Jewel Quest: Seven Seas

The famous jewel adventurers, Rupert and Emma are back... and unlike you have ever seen them before! After receiving a mysterious message, from their old friend Hani, that the Jewel Boards were in danger, the duo must work fast to save both the jewel boards as well as Hani. But can they do both? Will they have to choose between the treasured Jewel Boards and their friend? And who is putting everyone in danger? Dive into this exciting adventure by matching 3+ jewels as fast as you can. Jewel Quest: Seven Seas stays true to its roots - giving longtime Jewel Quest fans a "pure" jewel matching experience while delighting new players with jewel swapping tricks unique to this beloved series. Exciting new elements include new jewels to match, new tools and power-ups as well a never-before seen Collapse-style mode!


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So much so Quedt: fact that I keep forgetting to do my housework!!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Missiongirl from Like having an old friend back! You may have to Ring a specific amount of Bells that are strategically placed by directing the Ship's Wheel towards it, which means you Sevenn to make match 4's strategically. I hated this game, yet I could eSas stop playing Sveen When I want to actually have to think and plan ahead. I think that the developer's have done a good job making some new challenges in Seven Seas to what may seem on a typical match 3 with this one. There is about levels; some of Seve are difficult but it is challenging. The Ship's wheel can be guided in any direction to wipe out all jewels and turn the cells into gold. I'm in my 70's and this game gives my brain a real workout! I screamed, ate chocolate, stayed up way too late, but I kept going. Legends of Solitaire: The Lost Cards the terrific backgrounds and Jewel Quest: Seven Seas, and visit different Club Paradise to find the lost artifacts! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sbechirian from Great game I really like this match3. You know they are good when you lose all track of time while playing. It is just hard enough to be enjoyable. Great game that will keep you coming back for more.

The Ship's wheel can be guided in any direction to wipe out all jewels and turn the cells into gold. After I calmed down and really looked at the board and watched where things fall, one can have some control over where the "ships wheel" " or "coins" land. But will they have to choose between the treasured Jewel Boards and their friend? Some levels were easier than others and some were almost impossible. Hope this has been of some help for those of you who have not figured that out, as it took me till level 14 to spot it. The first levels are relatively easy and become more difficult with every level played. A match 3 game with Jewels. Difficult, is the nicest way to describe it in non "potty mouth" language. LOL, every one there was "stuck on level It's different from the typical Match 3. I've been playing it, and only it, for over 3 months and I'm on level 76 in expert mode. A little hint here, you need coins. It kept my interest to the point I could not stop playing it. But please keep making them and I will keep playing them! And I am so happy that I did, I am pretty happy with me!

I hope we don't have to wait a long time for the next Jewel Quest. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jeani2u from Level 93 and not counting! After passing Jewep hard levels, it can get easier so you always have hope! It play differently than other jewel quest games I have played, so Endless Fables: Shadow Within yourself some time to get use to it. Finishing this game has become and "obsession" at this point in time. But will they have to choose between the treasured Jewel Boards and their friend? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tessa from Quite challenging to get all 3 stars in every level At first I couldn't work out how to get all 3 stars, as it is not the Jwwel scores that count. Jewek actually start off with all 3 stars as indicated in the bottom right corner. I love it. Great combination of fun reasons to play Jewel Quest: Seven Seas to continue playing!


If you direct the Ship's Wheel towards a Gold Coin, you receive a Midas Touch bonus which can be used to take out a jewel of your choice. More Customer Reviews Not so very far in this game and part of its beauty is that it has a long way to go so I will be with it a long time. I would recommend this game, just know it is hard and frustrating, I guess that is part of its 'charm'. Ok, so this one lacked a little imagination but it is what it is. Date published: So much so in fact that I keep forgetting to do my housework!!! One new idea can make the game. She really enjoys this twist on it. It kept my interest to the point I could not stop playing it. I think that the developer's have done a good job making some new challenges in Seven Seas to what may seem on a typical match 3 with this one. Great game that will keep you coming back for more. There is about levels; some of them are difficult but it is challenging. Just when I got into the groove, the Void Spaces were introduced that sucks and jewel you feed it into oblivion, AND counts as a move! I found this one to be just as challenging and interesting as the others. I've been playing it, and only it, for over 3 months and I'm on level 76 in expert mode.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ap from Jewel Quest-Seven Seas I have played this all the way through. I would recommend this game, just know it is hard and frustrating, I guess that is part of its 'charm'. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bnwin from Yippee! Great combination of fun reasons to play and to continue playing! The graphics, storyline, music are incidental, nothing fantastic, but the challenge is over the top! It is a great game if you are up for a challenge. I got stuck on "Level 28" and after playing it many times and being ready to blow up my pc, I went to the group to find help. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Missiongirl from Like having an old friend back! Finishing this game has become and "obsession" at this point in time. I hated this game, yet I could not stop playing it! The boards became trickier and the goals became nail biting clever, so kudo's Jewel Quest, for keeping my interest throughout the demo so much so that I have to have this game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jeani2u from Level 93 and not counting!

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Keep them coming! The only games I dislike are "time management" which bore me to tears. To make things interesting, you may have to turn all tile cells gold, and complete these goals within a limited amount of time or a limited amount of moves, which at least gives you time to plan your moves. You may have to Ring a specific amount of Bells that are strategically placed by directing the Ship's Wheel towards it, which means you have to make match 4's strategically. Enjoy the terrific backgrounds and music, and visit different places to find the lost artifacts! Ok, so this one lacked a little imagination but it is what it is. When I want to actually have to think and plan ahead. One of the features that turned me off in the beginning was that the tiles and jewels were huge, but after a few levels that didn't seem to bother me as much because I was busy trying to complete the level goals, which ain't easy folks. Great combination of fun reasons to play and to continue playing! I found this one to be just as challenging and interesting as the others. Most of my replays have been because there was one square I couldn't turn to gold! Some of the boards are very tricky and you may have to play them numerous times to advance but that's what makes it interesting. After receiving a mysterious message from their old friend Hani saying that the Jewel Boards were in danger, the duo must work fast to save both the boards as well as Hani. Let's see more like this! Beautiful, fast-paced Match 3 games are always a lot of fun.

14 thoughts on “Jewel Quest: Seven Seas

  1. I found this one to be just as challenging and interesting as the others. It kept my interest to the point I could not stop playing it. Some of the boards are very tricky and you may have to play them numerous times to advance but that's what makes it interesting. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tessa from Quite challenging to get all 3 stars in every level At first I couldn't work out how to get all 3 stars, as it is not the high scores that count. I think that the developer's have done a good job making some new challenges in Seven Seas to what may seem on a typical match 3 with this one.

  2. You know they are good when you lose all track of time while playing. It is just hard enough to be enjoyable. Some levels were easier than others and some were almost impossible. To make things interesting, you may have to turn all tile cells gold, and complete these goals within a limited amount of time or a limited amount of moves, which at least gives you time to plan your moves. A match 3 game with Jewels.

  3. And who is putting everyone in danger? Keep them coming! I found myself saying ,one more try and the next thing I knew two hours flew by. A match 3 game with Jewels.

  4. Jewel Quest: Seven Seas stays true to its roots, giving longtime Jewel Quest fans a pure jewel-matching experience while delighting new players with jewel-swapping tricks unique to this beloved series. I hope we don't have to wait a long time for the next Jewel Quest. Ok, so this one lacked a little imagination but it is what it is.

  5. And who is putting everyone in danger? It's here and not disappointing. Hope this has been of some help for those of you who have not figured that out, as it took me till level 14 to spot it. I got stuck on "Level 28" and after playing it many times and being ready to blow up my pc, I went to the group to find help.

  6. And determination, I was not going to quit until I finished all levels. Most of my replays have been because there was one square I couldn't turn to gold! More Customer Reviews Not so very far in this game and part of its beauty is that it has a long way to go so I will be with it a long time. I got stuck on "Level 28" and after playing it many times and being ready to blow up my pc, I went to the group to find help.

  7. I find this the most challenging game, you have to use your brain to keep progressing. Dive into this exciting adventure by matching jewels as fast as you can. It took about a week to get through the whole game. Enjoy the terrific backgrounds and music, and visit different places to find the lost artifacts! It is fast and keeps you thinking.

  8. This game was not going to whip me! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bnwin from Yippee! I think they need to look at some of their previous games and take some of the best bits from them to spice it up abit. They are the best of the match 3 games.

  9. If you direct the Ship's Wheel towards a Gold Coin, you receive a Midas Touch bonus which can be used to take out a jewel of your choice. I think that the developer's have done a good job making some new challenges in Seven Seas to what may seem on a typical match 3 with this one. Most of my replays have been because there was one square I couldn't turn to gold! Ok, so this one lacked a little imagination but it is what it is.

  10. I got stuck on "Level 28" and after playing it many times and being ready to blow up my pc, I went to the group to find help. Depending on the level, you lose stars if you are not quick enough, so watch when you start to lose one and you will see what your target is in each level. Most of my replays have been because there was one square I couldn't turn to gold! Great game that will keep you coming back for more. They can keep me occupied for hours on end.

  11. It is just hard enough to be enjoyable. It makes it more interesting. This all happens within the demo and I can't wait to find out what's next in this very clever and entertaining Match 3 game, enjoy!

  12. A match 3 game with Jewels. Finishing this game has become and "obsession" at this point in time. It's different from the typical Match 3. I think they need to look at some of their previous games and take some of the best bits from them to spice it up abit.

  13. And determination, I was not going to quit until I finished all levels. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bnwin from Yippee! You actually start off with all 3 stars as indicated in the bottom right corner. You may have to Ring a specific amount of Bells that are strategically placed by directing the Ship's Wheel towards it, which means you have to make match 4's strategically. You know they are good when you lose all track of time while playing.

  14. Some levels will need to be played many times just to get through them. I screamed, ate chocolate, stayed up way too late, but I kept going. I've been playing it, and only it, for over 3 months and I'm on level 76 in expert mode. Ok, so this one lacked a little imagination but it is what it is. To make things interesting, you may have to turn all tile cells gold, and complete these goals within a limited amount of time or a limited amount of moves, which at least gives you time to plan your moves.

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