Summary: For Jewel Quest fans it is great, of course. It is a little tedious with all the pipe fitting that has to occur to keep going. It is too shorrt for the money that I paid. I was finished in less than a week.
Summary: The play was not very fun.....disappointing. Not like Jewel Quest 2. I think the IWIN company has issues perhaps imbeddd with the games you have to reload the game everytime and CTRL ALT DEL to get out of it....no thanks!! I'm done.
Summary: I have loved all the other Jewel Quest games. I found this one to be extremely simple and boring. It simply repeats the same thing over and over. Because all the other games changed a great deal at every level I kept playing thinking at some point it would get better but that never happens.
Summary: I finally learned to do the Trial before purchasing these games. Despite careful reading of Reviews, description, pics of game, etc., they sometimes are not what I thought. Such is the case with Jewel Quest Mysteries 2.
Summary: I thoroughly enjoyed this on my Nintendo DS system but I had expected the graphics to be much better on the full PC version of this game. I have to say I was very disappointed. Overall it was a fun game with the combination of Seek and find game with the traditional jewel quest match game as the...
Summary: My eyes are hurting. The HO scence are awful. Tiny objects are not my idea of fun. I only played this for the jewel boards which I really like, but I couldn't finish this game because I started to hate it. It would have been nice if you could choose only to play the boards or follow the adventure.
Summary: The hidden object scenes are much better than on previous ones, but the jewel boards are still timed, and the longer you play, of course the harder they get, and to me it isn't much fun redoing board after board because of running out of time for one last jewel to clear.