About the Product
- 180 unique jewel boards to solve
- Jewel matching stylus fun!
- 1-8 Player
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Top Customer Reviews
MY only complaint is that at $30 Jewel Quest is one of the more expensive games for the DS. In fact for an additional $5 you can buy Zelda.... which is more of a true game. Jewel Quest is more along the lines of a game you would buy for a cell phone. It is fun and is great at killing time - but it isn't too in depth.
- Fun puzzles can help kill significant time on flights.
- The DS stylus works very well for this game
- Lots of variety in the puzzles
- I like the use of the "Gold Coins" that allow you to complete one unmarked spot.
- A little expensive for the game's content - I think $20 is more appropriate but to each their own.
- The "story" is more annoying than anything.
As a whole - not bad - definitely worth buy if you ever see the game discounted on Amazon or on a discount shelf at a local store!
While the early puzzles are easy, difficulty soon ramps up. Partially obscured pieces appear, which require you to match them up with like-colored pieces in order to free them up. One more match takes them out completely. Later puzzles involve pieces that are totally obscured, and require a bit of guess work and one extra step to clear. Some puzzles even require you to turn each square silver, and then to gold in order to clear the board. Throw in hazards such as a monkey mask that undoes any spaces you've cleared if you match three of them, as well as progressively tough board layouts and new puzzle pieces that appear every so often as you progress, and you've got a game that will challenge any dedicated puzzle fan.
You have one helpful tool to aid you in your Quest, in the form of Lion coins. Make a match of three of these coins, and you'll have the ability to clear a single square. They can be used at any time, which means that if you play your cards right, you can stock-pile a few of these before you reach the more difficult puzzles, which makes things a bit easier. The game is still pretty difficult in later stages, but the inclusion of these "saves", so to speak, ensures that the difficulty never gets too out of hand.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After 3 tries, you're able to exchange a life to move on. The time limit is short enough so that you're not having to play it for too long.Published on January 18, 2014 by Chris Clay
I have one and thought my sister would love it just as much as I do so I purhased it for her and she loves it.Published on May 5, 2013 by Joann Bruder
I like it but I can't use the "L" function to use my extra lives. I must not have the right kind of DSi gamePublished on December 16, 2012 by Marie Duplantis
This is a good game and I like playing it, but it is bogged down by the story line, especially as the story line really has nothing to do with playing the game.Published on July 21, 2009 by Ski Gorski
I am completely addicted to this game. I play it all the time and want more. I am waiting for the sequel.Published on June 3, 2009 by D. Stropus