Taipei is a classic computer mahjong authorship by Dave Norris, in the first half of the 1990s, according to sources, the former one of the most popular "office" games in the West (because it was included in the "pack" from Microsoft).
The point is simple - to look for tiles on the screen with the same images and "free" corners, and then click on them; the latter will lead to the disappearance of these and "release" of new fragments. The goal, of course, is to clear all space. A feature of Taipei is the risk of losing if you accidentally "activate" a pair of tiles with specific different images.
Talking about the schedule and making a verdict is not required: mahjong - it is mahjong.