Good game premise and style, but poorly conceived programming
Jeremy K., Amazon
10 January 2013
Summary: I bought this game primarily for my wife, as she really enjoys these types of games, and this takes a good running start right out of the box. However once you get fairly well into the game, the faulty programming concept shows up. In my opinion, for a game of this type to be successful, and draw players into the re-play mode, it must offer incentive, not infinite frustration.
Summary: I thought this game was going to be fun to play, but....I cant get past the 20th level. Even with relaxed mode, it has a timer, so u cant take your time on it..:( After playing it for about a week..I gave up & put it back in the box.
Summary: I like match three games but this is so similar to Cradle of Rome that I'm kind of disappointed that I spent the money on it. Nobody's fault but my own. Grandkids are enjoying playing it but not sure I'll go through the whole game.
Summary: I gave Jewel Master a 2 because I cannot find any interesting to do. This game as a lot fans (5s), however I am not one of them. I must be playing it wrong. You can only move tile near a set of two, you do not build sets, to gain riches. You find area where two tiles of same type are shown and swap ones next to those two to make 3, if a space in between 2 and 2 you can get 5 by again swapping if the game has not place a similar tile near the two you will not be able to...
Be prepared to waste a few hours if you pick this up!
buru buru piggu, Amazon
3 January 2010
Summary: Jewel Master: Egypt is a fun and highly addictive tile matching game and I've now wasted many hours playing it over the last few weeks. If you've played any jewel matching game like Bejeweled or Columns, you'll be right at home here. The board is filled with different symbol tiles (gold coin, blue rings, figs, flower, logs of wood, etc).