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- Dozens of puzzles with additional side quests will keep fans playing for hours
- Subtle variation of puzzle grid sizes for thought-provoking gameplay, level after level
- Time limits add to the challenge while keeping this match 3 game focused
- Fun adventure theme with a storyline that moves the game forward with quantifiable progress
- Optimized for all computers, including ones with modest specifications
- Game board is not malleable during chain reactions, removing what could have been a great gameplay mechanic
- No option to click and drag relics
- Only one gameplay mode puts a cap on replay value
Jewel Quest Fast Facts
- Jewel Quest was released July 14, 2004
- The game was published and developed by iWin, Inc.
- The original game was released for PC, Mac, and Xbox 360
- In 2011, Jewel Quest was also released for the iPhone and iPad
- Jewel Quest is the first in a series of match-3 puzzle games which also includes Jewel Quest 2 (2007); Jewel Quest 3 (2008); Jewel Quest: Heritage (2009); Jewel Quest: the Sleepless Star (2010); and Jewel Quest: the Sapphire Dragon (2011)
- Jewel Quest spawned numerous spin-off series, including hidden object and playing card style games
- The game is set in the Mayan culture
- The game consists of 180 levels, progressing from very simple to extremely challenging
- iWin has published countless other casual / puzzle genre games, most notably the Build-a-lot series, Coconut Queen, Cradle of Rome and Mah Jong Quest
- iWin also distributes an entire catalogue of casual games
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