Pretty Girls Tile Match Review – PlayStation 5

Indie publisher Eastasiasoft continues their line of Pretty Girls releases with the latest being Pretty Girls Tile Match from developer ZOO Corporation. Here is my review of the PlayStation 5 version.

Pretty Girls Tile Match has you playing mahjong solitaire this time around with another cast of anime girls on-screen. There are 120 stages within with random layouts to work your way through. When you jump in you can choose from a few difficulty modes with the differences being whether you have a time limit, the amount of time you have, and how many times you can use the help feature. It’s pretty standard stuff from what I’ve come to expect from these games at this point. In order to clear a level, you have to match three tiles of the same kind in order to wipe them off the board. You also have a hand that can hold up to seven tiles so you can move tiles to the hand in order to get to the ones you need to match. Moving and selecting the tiles can be a little slow using the DualSense but outside of that I didn’t have any complaints with the general gameplay.

Another hallmark of these games returns in this entry again with that being you earning points as you complete levels. These points can then be spent on outfits to put on the girls in the Dressing Room mode. This is where you go to just create a quick scene with your items and not something I usually spend much time with at all in these games. There are six girls in total this time around and they are pretty typical on the fan service side of things. Outside of that there isn’t much else to say about this one other than trophy hunters will find another list of 16 easy trophies to collect as they play.

Pretty Girls Tile Match is another solid entry in the long running line of games and should please anyone who has been following them thus far. It’s simple, fun tile matching with a lot of stages to run through and not much else.

*Pretty Girls Tile Match is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. PlayStation 5 version reviewed. Review copy provided by the publisher for this review.

Pretty Girls Tile Match





  • Simple, tile matching gameplay
  • Nice array of difficulty options


  • Playing with a controller feels a bit slow
  • Doesn't stand out much
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