Jewel Quest
Jewel Quest
1.0

4.5

Jewel Quest free download for Mac

Jewel Quest

1.0
01 August 2006

Matching game with a Mayan civilization theme.

Overview

Jewel Quest is a game where you explore the ancient ruins of Mayan civilization while discovering hidden treasures and priceless artifacts. In this unique new take on the classic-style matching game, you must rearrange valuable relics to turn sand tiles into gold. As you venture deeper into the jungle, you will encounter increasingly difficult puzzles containing secret twists, cursed items, and buried artifacts.

Earn the respect of your fellow archaeologists and collect oodles of treasures and jewels. Your quest is complete when you have solved every puzzle, uncovered all the gold statues, and proven yourself a Chief Explorer.

  • Map your progress through 180 challenging puzzles
  • Encounter buried relics, cursed items, and mind-boggling boards
  • Immerse yourself in stunning graphics, captivating music, and the wild sounds of the jungle
  • Get special hints to help you with your battle against time

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2 Jewel Quest Reviews

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$ir-M-
18 August 2006

Most helpful

BEWARE OF THIS GAME! It's been 2 days, yet when I close my eyes, all I see are skulls, gems, and stone heads sliding around ... driving around town, I half-expect cars ahead of me to line up and disappear. You don't know what addiction is until you've played this eeeeevil game ... There's good reason it's so incredibly devious: it's the first game I've seen that marries the irresistible but essentially mindless pattern-matching of puyo-puyo to a larger, progressive strategy. The framing device for the sustained exposition happens to be the exploration of lost Mayan ruins. A rich, evocative atmosphere is created immediately by the cryptic comments in the explorer's diary, the disconcerting, cinematic music, and various jungle noises popping up at random times. The tension is gradually ratcheted up by the addition of extra pieces, more difficult boards, time limits, and special pieces that must be matched multiple times to be unlocked. Overall, it's a very high-quality production, with excellent graphics, sounds, and play mechanics. It WILL send all your free time straight to Xibalba!
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Version 1.0
Amemoryoncelost
29 January 2007
This is a fantastic game. Nothing else you need to know. My girlfriend had this game on her cell phone, so I thought I would download it for her when she is at my place. Well, I play it more than her. Well worth the money to upgrade...
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Version 1.0
$ir-M-
18 August 2006
BEWARE OF THIS GAME! It's been 2 days, yet when I close my eyes, all I see are skulls, gems, and stone heads sliding around ... driving around town, I half-expect cars ahead of me to line up and disappear. You don't know what addiction is until you've played this eeeeevil game ... There's good reason it's so incredibly devious: it's the first game I've seen that marries the irresistible but essentially mindless pattern-matching of puyo-puyo to a larger, progressive strategy. The framing device for the sustained exposition happens to be the exploration of lost Mayan ruins. A rich, evocative atmosphere is created immediately by the cryptic comments in the explorer's diary, the disconcerting, cinematic music, and various jungle noises popping up at random times. The tension is gradually ratcheted up by the addition of extra pieces, more difficult boards, time limits, and special pieces that must be matched multiple times to be unlocked. Overall, it's a very high-quality production, with excellent graphics, sounds, and play mechanics. It WILL send all your free time straight to Xibalba!
Like
Version 1.0