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Navarre Encore Jewel Quest 3 JC (PC Games)

Navarre Encore Jewel Quest 3 JC (PC Games)


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Travel the world on an all-new adventure of jewel matching fun! Rupert and emma are on the verge of realizing their dream to settle down and open a museum. But everything changes when their daughter, natalie, is infected with mysterious spores while playing with a jewel board. Putting the museum's grand opening on hold, rupert sets out on a journey around the globe to find a cure for his little girl. Help rupert on his quest by arranging colorful game pieces into matching groups of three or more in 200 levels of perplexing puzzles. Who is sending rupert cryptic messages about a cure and what does it all have to do with the fabled... see more...

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Navarre Encore Jewel Quest 3 JC (PC Games)
Navarre Encore Jewel Quest 3 JC (PC Games)
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Brett H.
Laingsburg, MI
13 reviews
I recently started playing several computer games, and this one was recommended to me by a friend - she said it could be addicting, and I must say that she was right!

I have been playing Jewel Quest on and off for several months now, and it seems as if the levels will never end. I think this is a good thing, because once you solve a game, you usually don't play it again. Because of the sheer # of levels, this game can provide many, many hours of enjoyment (or frustration....)

One of the great features of this game is that you are never made to start all over again - You keep working on the same board until you conquer it. After you've attempted the same board several times without beating it, you are given the option to just skip that particular level, and move on. I personally never choose that option, but I like to know that the option is available if I get too frustrated with the difficulty of a particular section.

The goal of Jewel Quest is to match various items - you must match at least 3 of the same item in a row or colum. By doing this, you turn the "sand" tiles to "gold", and you must get the entire grid gold within a specific period of time. It may sound easy, but as you move along the levels, it actually gets quite difficult.

Overall, I would recommend this game to anyone who enjoys matching games where there is increasing levels of difficulty. My thought is that it's probably more appropriate for adults as opposed to children.
Pamela R.
66 reviews
Gamer Expert Level 1
I loved playing this for a couple days, and then I got bored. It's just like bejeweled. You can play it online too which is neat. I wouldn't pay the money for it if you will get bored easily.
Erica J.
Tomball, TX
178 reviews
It was fun for a little while, but it doesn't hold your interest for long periods. You'll likely get bored of it and only play when you want to kill time.
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