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Jewel Quest: The Sapphire Dragon

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After crash-landing on a frozen mountain Raj makes an incredible discovery in Jewel Quest 6: The Sapphire Dragon! Explore the Temple of Wishes, an ancient complex thought to be only a legend, and take on a gang of ruthless pirates. Solve action-packed Jewel Boards and challenge yourself with bonus levels as you explore the entire globe. Play as different characters with unique abilities and tackle new challenges in Jewel Quest 6: The Sapphire Dragon!

  • Action-packed Jewel Boards
  • Unique characters
  • Pursue ruthless pirates!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.7/OSX_10_6/OSX_10_5
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 190 MB
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Jewel Quest: The Sapphire Dragon 3.9 5 67 67
The Jewel Quest Next This game is very good, I love all the jewel quests games and would buy more of them when they come out. I would love to see more of these and add new twists to the boards. I like the length of the game, since it never gets boring. I would like to see the hidden object game incorporated into this game along with the jewel board and that would be a game I would buy also. Make more of these please. January 9, 2012
Worth your money I have played all the Jewel Quest games. Some better than others. This one ranks as one of the best. While it has a distinct offshoot, the character of Natalie is very much present to provide the continuity. The game is fun as it has a story line with a specific "driven goal" (rescue the brother) but the characters are all distinct, each have their flaws and strengths and are very human as you have young assertive characters and more mellow but "life experienced" characters. Plus there is the "hint" that someone among them is not who they seem, but it's very subtle. And you as the gamer gets to choose which one approaches which task. Each "earns" extra abilities but they are not overwhelming, especially as the boards are familiar to ones in the past. The boards are not easy especially as one goes along and there's no need for strategy guides or hopping from site to site to follow the story line. Although I enjoy HOG games that does get a bit tiresome. There are plenty of different boards, each of which require a different strategy which is much more fun than some of the predicatability lately of the puzzles in the HOG games.(Are we playing too many of these games? ) This game was a welcome relief, especially with the dimension of "real character" each contributing to the story. The journal entries were a great way to add additional fullness to the characters. Lots of fun and definitely worth the money. The music is quiet and appropriate. Doesn't add or take away but doesn't distract. Biggest flaw was that "increased abilities of players" was not clearly defined. Had to make mistakes to find out how they worked but didn't detract from the game , just required playing a board over to learn to be more efficient. Still lots of fun and relaxing Otherwise great game and worth the money. Also has good length. One can replay board to achieve higher scores or continue on to advance the story or a mixture of both. One could play this game in many ways given the number of characters and his/her relative strengths so I would rank this a great game for the money. Plus it's an easy one to come back to with breaks of time which is sometimes hard with some of the CE games which require you to remember past findings. Not so with this one. Thumbs up for those who like combos of match 3 and storyline. January 13, 2012
Match 3 game It has all the usual bits but this time you can choose a person to help you in your journey. keeps you busy. love it. must buy. January 9, 2012
Jewel Quest.The Sapphire Dragon I can play this all day and all night,some time my wife has to tell me to come to bed June 22, 2013
jewel quest none its a very good game I have been playing the on games. November 27, 2013
Typical Jewel Quest If you love the jewel quest games, you will love the length and the challenge of this one. I am a jewel quest fan from the original to the latest ones. Great fun and I always have mixed feelings, I want to win the game, but I hate to see it end. I replay all of the jewel quest games at one time or another. They are really hard to beat. The makers of these games, never cheat you on time or challenge. Worth every dime you pay. August 1, 2013
Definitely worth the money! I bought this game over a month ago, play it for a few hours almost daily, and I STILL haven't finished it! Play goes on and on! Definitely worth the money!! Love it! February 2, 2013
I play it over and over This is a great game. Nice and long, the boards seem to repeat, but they are always very challenging , for me any way. I love the characters. More like this one Please !!! Great Locations and a sense of humor . Fun ! June 20, 2012
Have to Admit, It's My Favorite! Since Jewel Quest: The Sapphire Dragon currenty holds the position of my favorite game, I thought I should write a review and explain why. Unlike any other Jewel Quest versions, The Sapphire Dragon has multiple characters, each with a different perspective and an advantage that is useful on varying Jewel Boards. I like being able to switch from character to character, matching the best special trait with each jewel board, but most of all, I like reading each character's diary and seeing the story develop as well as learning more Pack family history. If it were possible to rate the storyline six on a scale of five, I would have done so. Adding to the fun are some interesting and challenging Jewel Boards. All in all, I have played this one twice and will play it again, something that is unusual for me. April 3, 2012
Finally ? I never got past the demos of other Jewel Quest games because of the Match 3 mechanic. I hated having to wait for cascading matches to complete before making the next move. Finally, that has changed. And since I have not played this series, I am not tired of the story line or the board tasks, which I can imagine might be familiar for others. The story is quite contemporary, however. Rupert and Emma are nowhere in sight. So, I quite like this game. The match 3 boards present a lot of challenge as you progress through 193 levels. And even though you can now make continuous moves, there is strategy involved to finish the boards. It's also a nice change to have a story breaking up the play without having to build a city, keep citizens happy, water plants and the like. I like the idea of having to choose from 5 characters depending on their skills to best accomplish the board task at hand as an alternative to traditional power up awards. There are three modes of play; you can switch between normal, advanced, and relaxed (no timer). This game will occupy hours and hours and hours of time if you follow the story, each characters journal, strive for every achievement, and earn 5 stars for each board. Have fun on your Quest!! February 25, 2012
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