Excerpt: I have enjoyed The Cradle of Rome on the Nintendo DS for some months now. Jewel Master Egypt is a hand held video game in the same mold. One interesting difference is after clearing all the colored blocks, the player must bring a little bug from the top of the screen down to the bottom. All of this in a set amount of time.
Habit-forming match-three jewel-swapper with history theme.
Common Sense Media
3 March 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Jewel Master: Egypt is a simple jewel-swapping puzzle game, and that it has absolutely nothing in the way of violence, sexuality, or bad language. Players simply match jewels in lines of three or more on a puzzle board, earning resources with which they can purchase vital elements of ancient Egyptian civilization.
Summary: Jewel Master: Egypt is pretty much just Jewel Master: Cradle of Rome 1,300 miles southeast. (We have come full circle!) For those for whom that means nothing: it’s Bejeweled with a objective and a time limit. It is a great game? No. It’s not even a good game. And yet, it is more addictive than nicotine infused potato chips.
Summary: Welcome to the country of the Pyramids and the Sphinx, the cradle of civilization! Match 3 sources of wood, gold and more to create Egypt. Proceed on a time trip back to the origins of old Egypt, and witness the origin of one of the most fascinating cultures in the history of Humanity!
Summary: Tutti, o quasi, conoscono Bejeweled e sanno che è possibile giocarci gratis in innumerevoli modi. Allora perché pagare per giocarne l'ennesima versione? Beh, ma qui potete diventare addirittura Faraone!
Summary: Bejeweled-Klon hin oder her. Wer kein vergleichbares Spiel für den DS hat und gern eine Runde zwischendurch rätsen will, ist hier perfekt beraten. Der Siedlungsaufbau macht Laune, die Karriere ist unterhaltsam und die Präsentation ist detaillert. Besonders gut gefallen hat mir der Bau der Monumental-Bauwerke, was die manchmal nervende Sound-Kullisse wieder wett macht.