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Jewel Quest: Expeditions (DS)

Jewel Quest: Expeditions (DS)
alaScore 75

4 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the single player gameplay, whereas many are negative about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Jewel Quest: Expeditions (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

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Jewel Quest: Expeditions


Budget-price, 180 levels, Incredibly addictive

PC version is free, Similar to other puzzlers, Irrelevant story

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Jewel Quest: Expeditions


Leaping into the handheld market, Mystic Games and iWin are offering Nintendo DS owners a chance to play another rendition of their popular puzzler, Jewel Quest. Jewel Quest: Expeditions incorporates an Indiana Jones style theme into familiar...

OverallWhile the single player game is moderately entertaining and quite challenging, the repetition in the late stages of the game is a bit much. Thankfully, the multiplayer wi-fi is an excellent diversion when the single player game grows stale. The...

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Jewel Quest Expedition (2007) on Nintendo DS


But what doesn't work is the game's story. Between each puzzle you unfold the adventures of this exploration dude as he works through the jungles of Africa. It's all a bunch of "who cares?" and it completely disrupts the flow of the puzzle experience....

Ditch the story and you've got a good, solid variation on Bejeweled.


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Jewel Quest: Expeditions


Can this Bejeweled wannabe offer a fun experience?

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Lacking a little sparkle


Solidly constructed and as compelling as ever, Jewel Quest on the DS suffers from the wealth of high-quality alternatives on the platform and a somewhat superfluous story

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jewel quest expeditions


i found this game brilliant,so addictive i couldnt it down,even my family played it right down to my 2 year old that wanted to try.was 1 of them games i didnt wana send back.

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Maybe a little hard?


I am a big fan of these type of games! Will play them for hours (much to my husbands annoyance!). This game was ok. But there were parts that I found to be quite frustrating, mainly with the part hidden gems! Not easily able to figure out which one was...