Trek through Africa in the return of the Ultimate Gem Matching Adventure. It’s 1944, and Rupert Pack returns. Join him as he hunts his way across the wild African safari, explores the lost Zimbabwe ruins, and surveys the majestic Victoria Falls on one of the worlds richest continents. Skilfully evade the menacing Sebastian Grenard while unearthing precious gems to ultimately escape with the grand jewel board.
Get swept away by the heart pounding soundtrack as you're immersed in realistic and authentic African settings. Discover an amazing new element of fun with the Exclusive "Duelling Jewels" Tournament Play: Pit your jewel matching skills against others around the world! Play against other players, or be matched with a computer opponent! Embark on a thrilling journey in a story filled with adventure, love, and betrayal that changes with every replay!
Jewel Quest II is one of those games that I picked up on a whim somewhere because it was relatively cheap. I thought that it would be the ideal game to pass the time when I didn't feel like playing one of the bigger titles. What started out as a replacement for Windows Solitaire turned into an addiction as I couldn't stop playing this game. If you are looking for a fun little game that will have you hooked faster than a Facebook title then try out Jewel Quest II. If you value your free time then I suggest you give this a wide berth!
I'm normally a run-n-gun blow 'em up kind of gamer, but I do love the occasional puzzle game as well. They help you keep your hand to eye coordination and observational skills sharp. The Jewel Quest series is no different. In fact, when this came out, I bought it for my mother and myself and we both enjoy playing it a lot! The best part of it is that there is actually a story to it as well as the puzzles! Challenge your mind, go on a Quest!
Jewel Quest 2 is an improvement over the previous game. The jewel swapping mini-game from the last game is the full feature in this game. The levels are interesting and varied and come in different shapes and sizes. As you progress, you will also encounter different gems, such as buried gems that cannot be moved. There are also a good variety of backgrounds which add to the atmospheric appeal, such as a ship deck and African Safari. The graphics engine is quite good with cool looking effects when you create lines of gems. The audio effects are also quite good, with nice ambient effects and catchy music.
One of the best match-3 games ever! This is a huge improvement over the first game. Basically, you combine gems again and again until you solve everything. But there is a lot more to it. The game looks fantastic and the music is sweet. Unlike the first game where it was dull. This game does not get dull. It gets HARDER! But hard to the point where you don't rage quit! You'll want to keep playing because it never really punishes you for losing. Lots of great fun.
This game is a lot like the popcap game Bejeweled but instead, you have to match tiles until the entire game-board turns to gold (the spaces where a match occurs turns gold). Just like Bejeweled there is a timer, but in Jewel Quest II, the game board also changes into more complicated shapes to increase the difficulty of the game. Overall, its a pretty addicting games. I would definitely recommend this game if you like casual games.
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