Summary: I love this game - I hate to admit it - I'm hooked! My husband (yes - I am much older than 13) bought me a DS and this game as a gift and I carry it with me everywhere! Love the different challenge levels - would recommend to anyone who loves strategy games!
Jewel Quest: Expeditions is a near-exact port of the PC version of Jewel Quest 2.
Cyberxion "Tanque Ray", Amazon
24 October 2008
Summary: If you haven't played the game, it's a variation of a basic puzzle game type, in which you slide pieces around on a board in order to make matches. You can only move a piece in one of the four cardinal directions, and once a match is made, the pieces disappear, and the spaces that the matched pieces previously occupied turn gold. Pieces will fall from the top to fill any empty spaces, which sometimes results in massive, screen-clearing chain-reactions.
Summary: its fun and keep play not fed up to end looklike indiana jones! I have other game Mah jong quest expeditions almost same them. I love both it. You buy that Mah jong quest expeditions is bit different also storyline. I will buy that final fantasy soon.
Excerpt: I actually have a jewel quest expeditions addiction I think. You can pick this game up for the ds for around £15 in the games shops or supermarkets if your lucky even cheaper as it has been out for time now. Once I start playing it I can't stop. It's basically a game where you have to match a minimum of 3 jewels in a row in order to clear the board. I use my stylus to select and swap the jewels to clear the board.
It is a must for all the puzzle addicts. (Jewel Quest Expeditions
18 November 2009
Excerpt: ewel quest - DS Game Jewel quest game brings a twist to the traditional match three in a row game. The basic game play is to swap adjacent jewels to match three in a row, horizontally or vertically; till every square on the board as been highlighted. The square is highlighted once a match has been made on the square.
Excerpt: My mum was playing this on the DS and raving about how good it was for a relatively simple concept. I was sceptical about my mum's taste and her passion for games that involve matching things and popping things. So I tried it to see what she was so addicted to. Unfortunately I have to confess that it is rather addictive.