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Jewel Quest III

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Rupert and Emma’s daughter, Natalie, has been infected with mysterious spores while playing with a jewel board! Rupert and Emma have set off on an adventure to find the fabled Golden Jewel Board, an artifact only rumored to exist, and a cure for their daughter in Jewel Quest III. Use your Match 3 talents to progress through each level, unravel cryptic messages, and discover the identity of someone who claims to hold the cure!

  • Gripping gameplay
  • Fantastic graphics
  • Find a cure for Natalie!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.4
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 67 MB
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Jewel Quest III 4 5 1 1
The JQ M3 with the most variety Pros: variety of game play styles, unique obstacles, great storyline, Easter eggs Cons: timed only, confusion/frustration factor, one way game Rupert and Emma Pack's odyssey in Jewel Quest III is to find a cure for their daughter Natalie, who is suddenly struck blind when she accidentally opens a secret compartment on a jewel board. This quest will take them all over the world and have them discover many secrets. The storyline is excellent and is displayed on pages of a journal which flip each time you complete a board. The gameplay is the swap M3 featured in all of this series, with one stage featuring M3 "battles" between you and the computer for the most points on a board. This was my least favorite part of the game, but I've also not played any other M3s with that concept. Many of the obstacles seen in later JQ games such as the white pearls, monkeys with traps, silver coins with locked spaces, delicate jewels, and aggressive timer with time adding clock pieces, make their first appearance here. The graphics and soundtrack are nice and the game ran smoothly for me. The game is divided up into three types of "quests": Silver, Gold, and Hidden. The Silver and Hidden quests must be fully completed for a world region before the Gold quest in that region will unlock. Here's where it gets confusing: It's very easy to miss a board someplace (and then not be able to make progress) since the game allows you to skip around between several available world regions at any time. You also have to find the Easter eggs (secret tricks) in order to unlock the Hidden quest for each world region, which requires very careful reading and thinking about the clues given in the journal if you don't want to surf the internet for a walkthrough. The Gold quests are the expert mode version of the regions and must be completed to get the game ending. These have the infamous JQ difficulty level and will take a good strategy to beat. If you finish all the Gold quests, a bonus stage unlocks in which you play "super hard" boards, but these are actually not much more daunting than the Gold quests. The Tournament mode from JQII is back but I did not try it out in this installment. One thing which I found to be a serious detraction is that JQIII is a one way path. Once the Gold quests are unlocked, there's no way to go back and play the easier Silver or Hidden boards. I've also seen it reported elsewhere that finishing the game completely may cause the game to freeze if the same player profile is used again, but did not experience this issue. If you don't have a Mac, the PC version is available at other portals. Solving this one will definitely help you on the later JQ games. December 5, 2011
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