Summary: I like the game fine enough but am a little frustrated that one of the icons don't work as it is supposed to (a helper icon). It might help me to win the game without it working I 'm having difficulty. I did win the Cradle of Athena so I know it can be done but like I said without the full game in proper working condition it's hard.
Summary: Jewel Master Egypt is yet another entry into the (very) crowded genre of Match-3 puzzlers. If you've ever played Bejeweled, probably the most canonical game of this type, you know how it works. Swap gems/tiles/etc. to create chains of 3 or more, then watch additional tiles tumble into the missing places. And repeat. I always found Bejeweled itself to be fairly mediocre, but JM Egypt adds a good many twists that make it a lot more engaging.
Excerpt: I love to play games which let me take over and create my own little world and this game Cradle of Egypt sort of makes you do this but not in the way most would think. The game is about Egypt being empty and just random sand and you need to try and put some sort of surroundings there such as buildings, animals and food resources and you do this by playing the featured game. I find it hard to explain how this game works so I will do my best.
Summary: Unsurprisingly this game is similar to Cradle of Rome - so much so that if you already have Rome, you do not need to spend money on this. That said it is an enjoyable puzzle game with some minor improvements on its predecessor.