Summary: It is the JewelQuest I remember: A hokey story and some challenging puzzles. It has a nice feature of different types of challenges on different levels. Once you unlock a puzzle type you can jump between the types. You don't have to do all puzzles of one type at one time.
Summary: I loved the games and bought them for my son and his family, because they would play them on my computer when they came over. So I figured I will buy them the CD and they can play them at home on their computer
Summary: I must be super slow. This game took me hours to play. The graphics were a lot better than their previous games. Good combo of Match 3 and HIdden object. Most of the graphics were very clear but why then would some object be so hidden and invisible?? The storyline was lite compared to some of the recent spooky games which I love. It was a nice switch to play something a litte lighter.
Summary: It was too short. It was tough in places but it all came together fine. I had one bit of trouble when it asked for a pergament I think it was. I hope I didn't spell it wrong. I had to google to find out what that was. The final two jewel boards were of course the hardest but if you save your power ups for those two and chose carefully you can do it. I really did enjoy it.
Summary: Jewel Quest Mysteries: Trail of the Midnight Heart is a tough, but fun game that combines hidden object and match-3 puzzles in a frenetic pace. The overall story is a real snoozer about your standard Indiana Jones quest. Fortunately, we can skip past it and get to the action. As far as the hidden object games are concerned, these are some of the toughest puzzles I've seen. Items become part of the drawing instead of being placed randomly within a picture.