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Jewel Quest II

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$ 9.99 USD

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Africa, 1944. Join Professor Pack on the ultimate jewel matching adventure across the world's richest continent. Rearrange precious relics to turn tiles into gold as you advance through relentlessly challenging puzzles. The wilds of the safari, the history of the Zimbabwe ruins, and the majesty of Victoria Falls await your discovery. Filled with puzzles of skill, treasure, and twists, Jewel Quest 2 is the adventure you've been waiting for.

  • 180 puzzles and boards.
  • 9 new jewels and power-ups.
  • 5 skill levels to master.
  • Play Jewel Quest
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 36 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Jewel Quest II 4.2 5 15 15
The variety of board styles is great 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. January 14, 2012
A broken heart turns into a man at sea. A scholar and gentleman has lost his heart to a girl named Emma, who has chosen an heir instead of him. In dismay, and too old to join the Navy, he becomes indentured on a mariner going to Africa. He is scorned by his sea mates, except for one named Hani who tells him tales - but only at the completion of each gem board level - so the story continues between each level. I found the story confusing, as it starts out as noted above, but then relates how grateful he is for the Captain''s leniency in letting him leave the ship early. But, then, discounts how he is fearful of asking the Captain just that....hm. Also, the story is shown on pieces of a map but then jumps to a page in a journal then back again...another hm. Otherwise, it's a typical match 3 game. There are no bonuses for making 4 or more matches. But, periodically, coins will show up on the board. Match 3 to get a "special", which is basically a bonus that allows you to destroy one file on the game board. Collect as many of those "specials" as you can because they will come in handy when time is running out and you have a corner or difficult space you can't clear. If not for the confusing storyline, I probably would have given this game 5 stars. But, I rate story lines high on my list. Especially in a good match 3 game. I will encourage everyone to try it before you buy it. Maybe the inconsistencies won't bother you as much as they did me. Happy Gaming! July 15, 2014
Not bad, but know they do better in the future This is the second game in the Jewel Quest series, which includes Quest and Tournament modes. Overall, I found this game a bit monotonous as you are playing the same boards over and over again, with slight deviations [eg monkeys, gold coins, etc]. To actually move around the board feels clunky. Instead of just sliding around the board, you actually have to click twice to move anything - got on my nerves after a while. Once you reach 99 specials and 20 lives, unfortunately that's where you stay, although your total points do go up. I found that out on Level 2. I've finished this game now, however I don't think I will play it again. However, I have played the later Jewel Quest games numerous times. This is a very easy game to play and therefore would be perfect for a new or intermediate player who wants to get the experience. I have played all the other Jewel Quest games and know that they do get a lot better than this - in both story line and graphics. June 30, 2013
hate to dble click I like this game. I just dont like to have to double click to move a gem. Most frustrating. Fix that...I just might buy the game. November 6, 2012
Too slow, too monotonous, too everything! This is the second game in the Jewel Quest series, which includes Quest and Tournament modes. Overall, I found this game a bit monotonous as you are playing the same boards over and over again, with slight variations. To actually move around the board feels clunky. Instead of just sliding around the board, you actually have to click twice to move anything - very slow too! In the initial trial period I don't think I was aware of the fact that it is a timed game. I really don't care for timed games and this one is an example of why: the work required is greater than the time allowed unless you can move at the speed of light. May 22, 2014
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