It is an adaptation of the "classical" version of the four-player game of mahjong, with one human player and three computer-controlled opponents. It includes a simple set of rule and scoring options.
As a shareware game, unregistered use of the game disables customizable scoring values, cheats, saving/loading, and Special Hands (for the player only).
The game later received a retail release by eGames in 1998 as MahJongg Game of Four Winds (sometimes known as Berrie Bloem's MahJongg Game of Four Winds). This version includes additional tilesets and backgrounds.