Summary: Love these types of games but to play on a DSI - way too small of an area for someone older. I have these for the computer, and just fine, but trying to find the objects on a DSI has been so challenging that I would not recommend it for anyone with glasses or with not the best eye sight.
Summary: Both games are timed which I don't like. I play games to relax, not race. Jewel Quest is okay, a mix of seek and find, jewel quest and a weird gold tile game that exhausts a lot of my limited time. Mysteryville is dumb. The storyline is dumb, the characters are dumb and its short.
Summary: It's a seek and find game - that's all it is. I must be missing something because I got to the end of it twice. Surely there is more to it than this. I did not like the flashlight feature or the silhouette puzzles. Really simple and not in a good way.
Summary: The mystery is why the prominent words in the title are "Jewel Quest"; because that's a minor portion of that half of this duo. The Jewel Quest part is more seek/find of mass smatterings of objects with differing combinations to find.
Summary: Initially this game is good. Keeps the memory going and the different areas are fun. However, it doesn't take long to complete it and if you have a very good memory such as mine then it becomes boring very quickly. The best sections are the puzzle sections.