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Family Mahjong (ファミリーマージャン ?) is a mahjong game developed by Nihon Bussan (developer of many Mahjong arcade games) for the Famicom and published by Namco under their Family label of Famicom software. It is the second of a trio of third party Mahjong games developed for the Nintendo Famicom within two months during 1987 including Mahjong Kazoku by Irem and Ide Yosuke Meijin no Jissen Mahjong by Capcom. It provides three levels of lessons to teach a new Mahjong player how to play, and it contains digitally recorded voices that call out the various moves of the game throughout play.