Jewel Quest Mysteries: Curse of the Emerald Tear
Great Game - Has everything
I love this game! I cannot stop playing it once I start. The artwork is aces in my book. If you like Jewel Quest, and you like hidden object games, then this game is for you. The best thing I liked is that there is no talking in it!
December 18, 2011
Emerald , emerald , Who has the tear ?
I really love these Jewel Quest games . Not hard , great mix of h.o & match 3 . Great game to relax to , As long as you find the coins, & jewels you can up grade so it stays relaxing . Thumb Up !!
December 31, 2011
What a stunner
Not my kind a game normally but that has now changed.
My son gave me this to play and it wasnt long before I was hooked. The artwork was fantastic and captivating. We did have trouble with some of the hidden object scenes where the items were hidden in small hard to find areas but overall this did not detract from the game.
The game boards if you took your time could be completed. This gave me a real boost when I only couldn't complete one. I class myself as a beginner in these Jewel boards.
Most highly recommend if you would love to lose yourself in a game or looking for a challenge. I started at 11pm and felt a bit tired so looked at my watch. ummmm 1.10am in the morning. LOL yep had me hooked all the way. Well be looking at others of this series. Thank you bigfish and developers for a very well put together game for a beginner and family.
August 25, 2012
I thought this was a fun game. Graphics were pretty good, also.
January 23, 2012
Excellent HO Match 3 game!
I loved this game. It is basically a HO game with many levels, and at each level there are a couple of jewel puzzles. You can play with regular time, or extended time as I chose. There is no untimed option. This game is complex enough to be very interesting. You have to find the hidden objects, but you're also looking for hidden jewels and coins in each scene. The coins will buy you extra hints, while the jewels will buy you upgrades. The best upgrade that I bought, even though it took several levels to save up enough jewels, was the flashing dots that show where the hidden jewels are in the scenes. Some are so well hidden that you can't find them any other way. Once you are able to find all the jewels, you can buy many other upgrades that make playing the game a little easier. Although I'm not a fan of timed games, most of the time I had plenty of time to finish each level. If you are really running out of time, you can skip the puzzles, although this means you lose all your hints and coins. This is the kind of game that you can come back to and play over and over again. It's fun and absorbing. Definitely recommended.
December 26, 2013
Jewel Quest Mysteries:Curse of the Emerald Tear
easy to follow..time went quickly..got easier the more you got into the game..
July 11, 2012
Good HIdden Object Average Match 3
This is not my favorite of the Jewel Quest games, but it is an ok play. The HO scenes are good the first time or two you go through them but you go through them several times to the point of where you know where nearly everything is & it loses some fun. When you find enough jewels you get to play a Match 3 board & those are fun. Overall I call it average
January 14, 2012
Jewel Quest Mysteries : Curse of the Emerald Tear
A Hidden Object game where you can't find anything ! You can't even play the puzzles which fortunately you can skip by losing all of your hint coins !
December 18, 2011
One of the worst from a theme standpoint
Just a HO Game with some overly simplistic puzzles that have no business in the game. Hidden objects such as ROBOTS in a Ancient Egyptian Theme are laughable and pathetic.
WORST EXAMPLE I'VE PLAYED YET
March 27, 2014