GrumpyGranny2 - "I love all the jewel quest games. I love the sounds and the intrigue of the games."speedyiwin - "Ahhh... the classic game of Jewel Quest. Love this game. One of the first and best match-3 games on iWin."munchie2009 - "I love all Jewel Quest games. If you like match three games this is your type of game!"slowpoke3 - "I like all the jewel quest games. I've stayed up for hours playing it and look forward to playing other games."sueneal - "I Am AM addicted 2 all of jewel quest,i luv them all, what can i say"Earz3 - "I love it. very addictive and fun. Its exciting to pass a level and see what the next one has in store for you"mystikals - "I could see me literally sitting here playing this one all day. The levels get harder as you get up there higher, but you are able to do them. Try this one for a lot of fun."bbeasley - "I loved it so much i had to take a week off work. Enjoyed the game and all the other downloadable games too, 5 stars all the way"ppineapple - "This original series from iWin, Jewel Quest, was the start and the fame of iWin. The graphics were really simple and adventurous. The gameplay was simple, but challenging."murpat41 - "Jewel quest has me hooked i love all the jewel games for any one looking for a easy but not so easy game then jewel quest is for them"sidney321 - "Jewel Quest has to be the most beatuiful match 3 game ever created. The sounds of the game, to the wind blowing to an animal cry at the end and during of each level is marvelous, and the graphics are simply beatuiful to the jewels itself to the gorgeous realistic backrounds. The exciting story kept me going and I could play for hours without realizing it..."prcouncilb - "I really enjoyed the game had quiet the challenge it was super fun and entertaining"fuzzybu13 - "I love it, can't get away from it, and I've tried, its exciting and love that it changes all the time."patchqueen - "Good jewel quest action for months. Challenging grids. It will make you want more."michbrian133 - "I really liked this game. It kept me entertained for hours and hours while visiting family for a week. Lots of different styles made for enjoyable play time." Find out more about the series origins on Wikipedia
Emma and Rupert return to Africa where they are met by Aunt Roberta, a loony lady with a crazy cache of lore and a hatbox full of playing cards.She will lead our unlikely duo from marketplaces to museums in a brand new card-matching, jewel-swapping, mystery-solving adventure! New jewels,coins, and special moves on the jewel board await you in 114 all new layouts set against rich, vibrant backgrounds.Play your cards wisely, or your journey could soon end. Intrigue waits around every corner!
Join Professor Pack on the ultimate jewel matching adventure across the world's richest continent.The dangers of the safari, The history of the Zimbabwe ruins and the majesty of Victoria Falls await your discovery,filled with puzzles of skill and twists, while surrounded by gorgeous dynamic backdrops and animation.Get swept away by the heart pounding soundtrack as you're immersed in realistic and authentic African settings.
Explore the ancient ruins of Mayan civilization while discovering hidden treasures and priceless artifacts.In this unique new take on the classic-style matching game, you must rearrange valuable relics to turn sand tiles into gold.When all of the tiles in a puzzle board are golden, you win! As you venture deeper into the jungle,you will encounter increasingly difficult puzzles containing secret twists, cursed items, and buried artifacts.Earn the respect of your fellow archaeologists and collect oodles of treasure and jewels!
Jewel Match 3 has admirable ambitions of adding wrinkles to the match-three formula, but unfortunately they all backfire, leaving the experience feeling muddled. It's competent enough, but beyond that there's not much good we can say. Those looking for a match-three title to have on the go are unlikely to appreciate the mandatory intrusions of other activities squelching the pace, and those who might enjoy them probably wouldn't be downloading a match-three game in the first place. With all the positives and negatives considered, this is that rare jewel that isn't worth stopping to pick up.
Ok not a Jewel game fan but the reviewer is wrong on a very important facet.1) You can play in relaxed mode. Same game without a timer.2) Joindots made this game. The buying to build your kingdoms is same format as Gardenscapes.3) I like the innovations of numerious boards how one board will have a key to unlock portions of other boards. There are about 3 to 4 boards a level and each level takes 10 to 15 minutes to beat.3) Granted its not pretty. The boards and jewels are plain but you can make out each type. If you want pretty jewel game buy Tree of Life.4) This is a challenging game. I like the jigsaw minigame. The picture find is not good, far too dark and gloomy. But you can just tap, tap, tap until all are found.I like this far more then Tree of Life and definately better then Jewel Adventures. As good as Puzzle Quest 1 or 2? Not even close.This is a challanging jewel game. Hint 5 in a row of jewels is your friend, it creates a symbol to delete an entire row including the key or coins or mana. Also if you put the fire spell over a key or coin it makes is vanish.Watering your plants help you get better spells.
However, what makes Chuzzle feel distinct from Bejeweled is its gameplay mechanics. While Bejeweled has players swap individual tiles, Chuzzle has players move rows and columns of chuzzles until match-threes occur. In turn, players must consider how moving one chuzzle affects the rest of the chuzzles in their respective row or column (depending on if they move it vertically or horizontally).
The object of Columns is to match three jewels vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. And if you could develop chains from these match threes, even better. However, what made Columns stand out is that you could not rotate the gems. On the contrary, you could only change the order of gems in the dropping three-gem column.
Unravel this creepy-crawly match-3 adventure and unveil haunted castles that will leave your spine tingling! Traverse vast levels at your own pace with one of 3 modes to fit your play style, and buy upgrades from the sinister shop to aid you in your travels. Play minigames including hidden object and mahjong to earn bonus money and unlock spooky decorations for each eerie scene!
Try this unique and fun match 3 puzzle game. Progress throughout the game and unlock different power ups. Complete various challenges to unlock skins for your gems.Find and tap groups of 3 or more gems of the same colour to clear them from the field. Earn score to progress through the mine. Clearing larger groups earns you more score. Reach power ups to unlock them for usage.
The Resident Evil 3 gem locations will be a high priority for anybody who already found either the red, blue or green gem already, or the Railway Clock back at the entrance to your subway car full of friends that they're used to unlock. And considering that finding all three gems in Resident Evil 3 (opens in new tab) opens up the chance to get a new shotgun stock attachment and hip pouch to increase your inventory size, we definitely recommend going to get all these little jewels yourself at the earliest opportunity. Here's where to find all three Resident Evil 3 Remake gems, with map references for perfect clarity.
The game required players to match three or more crystals of six different shapes and colors, intended to correspond to the main group of Sailor Guardians, in order to complete a level. Some of the levels had to be completed before the player ran out of moves, while some others did not have moves limit but had to be completed within a certain period of time. Some other levels crystals locked within pieces of ice, which required the player to match three nearby crystals in order to unlock it, bring artifacts from the series to the bottom of the screen, or to clear an image of Luna. Other levels served as mini-boss battles, in which the player must match a number of specific crystal to defeat enemies which resembled Queen Metaria.
First Cave: Once you get the Grain Family key from Dr. Hope you will be able to enter the first cave. You will find only three chests containing 1 blue jewel and 2 yellow jewels. Sadly this is not enough to unlock anything.
Second Cave: Once the bridge has been repaired (which happens on the 1st of Summer) you will be able to enter the next cave. There you will find 2 yellow jewels and 2 blue jewels. You should now have 4 yellow jewels, enough to unlock your first area.
First Unlock: Once your yellow jewels have activated (upon the next morning) they will unlock a sealed yellow door inside the 2nd cave.. There you will find one more trunk containing a blue jewel. Now you have enough to unlock another crop field.
Third Cave: In this cave system behind the fallen trees you will find red, purple, yellow and blue jewels, along with some new upgraded tools and some very useful Earth Power Sand. Again, you do not have enough jewels to unlock anything more, yet.
Fourth Cave: The next morning the door located behind the elevator transport thing on the entrance level will be unlocked, allowing you to enter the fourth cave. Here you will find many items; including another upgraded tool, 3 red, 2 orange, 2 purple, and 1 green jewels. You will also find the Angel Ribbon (Give it to Jessica, and she will give you a Red Jewel in return), money, and a Water Crest (for the Hermit).
Ninth Unlock: The four yellow jewels will unlock the door at the end of the underground lake area in the second cave (down the stairs before the exit). Here you will get Cool Pins (for Million). 2b1af7f3a8