Summary: I purchased this and thought it be just a cutsey game but what a nice surprise! It has ALOT of levels, simple and also a little more challenging, fun to play and I love the timer. It pressures you to hurry before the timer runs out. Then you have the option of buying a little more time! If you like the gems, jewels puzzle classics, this is a must have.
Summary: Having done these games in reverse order, 3, 2 and then 1, it was quite enjoyable and the usual match three format. I did, however, get stuck on the last level, and have not yet resolved this. The game got increasingly difficult as it went along, but this is the usual thing with any game, so is to be expected.
Summary: I had the first Jewel Match game and completed it without much effort so I thought Jewel Match 2 would be more of a challenge. I think it is as I have reached a stage where I just cannot complete a level. It is just as addictive as the first game and I really enjoy playing it at the end of a stressful day. If you liked the first Jewel Match then you will enjoy this one.
Summary: Simple gameplay makes this an adiictive game; move jewels to make rows of three or more to remove them. Simple. In theory yes, in practice its a bit more tricky. Designed as a game for women, Jewel Quest is addictive fun. My wife had a copy on the PC and as I use the PC for work she wanted a verion for the DSi. Its almost identical in game play and graphics with the graphics spread across both screens.
Summary: A friend felt this was the closest DS game to Bejewelled Blitz. It doesn't really come close. In its own right it is a good game but does not have the action that 'Blitz' has. This game is based on clearing layers of jewels by matching 3. As you clear the gold layer the silver layer then has to be cleared and so on. I haven't yet fully worked out how to effectively use the 'hammers' but I am getting there. It is rather repetitious but it is quite addictive.