Fans of a hit blockbuster Jewel Quest can rejoice: iWin has released a sequel to a famous quest. Now the story is even more twisted: this time a fate has willed that Professor Pack adventured his life in South Africa. On his quest through the wild locations, he is challenged to match precious relics to turn tiles into gold. 5 difficulty levels, 180 matching puzzles, 9 new jewels and power-ups are waiting those who'll set out in search of treasures with Professor Pack.
Here is another joyfull piece of news for the hidden object genre fans. iWin has developed and published another game to the Jewel Quest series. Jewel Quest Mysteries 2: Trail of the Midnight transports you to Southeast Asia this time to solve another mystery. The title isn't lying to you - there really is another mystery for you to solve. Eva Witheby is now called by her uncle to the Southeast Asia for help. Be ready to go through a decent number of hidden object levels. All of them are spreaded over 20 locations. Those include India, China, Thailand and Australia. A number of locations in each of those will be clattered with all kinds of items.
The new title from the extremely popular Jewel Quest series breaks the tradition that earned the games their popularity, and offers you not match 3, but hidden object basic game play. But the story is no less engaging, as in the first parts, and the match 3 puzzles are still here, though presented like mini-games. On the whole I would say the game preserves the production value of the previous titles, it continues to please us with the graphics, music and story, while adding some diversity to the game play. But make sure your computers meets all the technical requirements before you download your copy of Jewel Quest Mysteries: Curse of the Emerald Tear!
iWin has presented us recently a sequel of the solitaire card hit - Jewel Quest Solitaire 2. The second version of the game won't be a disappointment for you for sure. The game represents a kind of a combination of mahjong and match game type. You are to match not tiles, but cards on the screen. There are lots of power-ups to help you along the way. The graphics and sounds are really good.
All the fans of the Jewel Quest series, today you have a great reason to be happy! Welcome the new installment of the series - Jewel Quest Solitaire III! This time you'll meet some new characters and move to Cambodia, but all the attractions of the previous games are preserved, like addictive and challenging game play (though there is a significant twist in it) and rich story. The visuals and sounds in Jewel Quest Solitaire III are of the high quality you could expect in such a game, in the great style inherent to the previous titles. Are you ready to plunge to your new adventure?
Those who love and wait and enjoy pure match-three games are going to appreciate this one. Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star is a fifth game in the series. Even thought the core gameplay didn't change too much, the game is still full everything you may need for a fast paced gem swapping. In this game you walk away a little bit from Rupert and his rival Sebastian. You go back into 1901 to join one of Rupert's ancestors. His name is Percy, and you might remember him from the previous game, Jewel Quest: Heritage. Percy is a scientist and he is in search of a powerful jewel called the Sleepless Star. You join not only him, but also a young Algonquin woman named Yellow Feather. Your task is to find the thieves and get the jewel back. All the searching is spread over six chapters and about 200 boards.
Joan Jade and the Gates of Xibalba is a new hidden object adventure game that supposes you to act as an archeologist named Joan, who travels around the world solving puzzles and finding hidden objects to rescue her missing children. Joan's children, John and Emily, volunteered to work at an excavation site and got lost in the jungle during a storm. So, their mother rushes to Youcatan as fast as it's only possible. However, the local police do not hurry to help her, so Joan decides to look for her children for herself. Her search takes her into the heart of a Latin American jungle where she must investigate an ancient temple.
This new hidden object game from Namco Networks will attract some
and will scare away others. Journalist Journey: The Eye of Odin
is full of challenging hidden object tasks, but it does lack some more
story telling and even the main character involvement. Most of the game is spent in hidden object levels. The items you are
searching for are hidden quite well. The hint system is based on
rechargeable hints, but don't rely on computer's help too much - it seems
that they take more time than usually to recharge.