Jewel Quest Heritage Platinum Edition
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 2000 / Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 900 MHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Jewel Quest Heritage Platinum Edition 

Hit the trail of discovery with Rupert once again in Jewel Quest - Heritage Deluxe, the sensational new chapter in the award-winning gem-swapping series! Join Rupert on an exciting quest through the shrines and castles of old Europe to unravel this puzzling family mystery filled with long-buried family secrets.

  • join Rupert in a thrilling new 3-in-a-row quest
  • trace his family origins to discover true ownership of the Golden Jewel Board
  • play over 175 Boards including new types like Swap and Limited Jewels
  • unlock the all-new Expert mode
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Reviews of Jewel Quest Heritage Platinum Edition
 | Added on: April 13, 2010
This is by far to date the best and most challenging match 3 game I've ever played and I'll even go a little further and say that this is a game that would be worth $19.99 and there's not too many games I'd say that about even though there's been quite a few I've enjoyed playing on here as there is A LOT of game play as I'm nowhere near done with this. Between last night and tonight I've played for about 8 HOURS so far. This is something that you won't finish quick and it's also very addictive. As mentioned on some you do have to plan your moves carefully. So if you want a great match 3 game with lots of game play and challenge well this is definitely it in my opinion.
 | Added on: March 3, 2010
Im enjoying the game BUT I am stuck on 1 pack. Its the Indian lady and am lost on how to get the locks undone? It had said at the begining of the game but after playing it once and losing the level the instructions dont come back and now I am totally stuck there? Is there somewhere to find out differant situations in the game???
 | Added on: February 24, 2010
good game, but did not have a long enough period of play,(only allowed 30 minutes) that is a rip-off. not going to waste any money on this game, might buy with funticket but not sure, couldn't really get into the game in 30 minutes.
 | Added on: January 1, 2012
You can't go wrong with the Jewel Quest games. This has all the elements that you want including trapping monkeys, melting blocks and a few new ones I've not seen in the franchise before including catching gems in trays and clearing the board by matching one element only! Goes on forever, which is good but then again, it could be weeks before you get to play any other games as it's so addictive. You get to learn the ancestory of our hero which is an interesting journey.
 | Added on: February 22, 2010
Good game but only 30 minute trial and can't use a credit? Not sure if I'll get it
 | Added on: May 17, 2010
I like the Match 3 games. Jewel Quest is one of my top favorites.
 | Added on: March 22, 2010
This game is fantastic. It has such a variety of features, aside from the standard match. There is the story line, which builds the characters through puzzle pieces. There are pearls, monkeys, keys and much more. Once you get through easy, medium, demanding and hard, there is an expert level. I have only just started that level, and it seems to be a repitition of the others using less time to complete. A great aspect is that if you are stuck not being able to complete a level (play 3 times before time or equivalent is offered) the game offers additional time at the cost of bonus points, so that you don't become frustrated and quit. I'm not telling how many times I used that feature. Suffice it to say, I wore it out. What a great game!
 | Added on: December 19, 2011
My tite says it all. Trust me and don't stop playing too fast. It gets really fun as time goes on. Once you hit minute 61 you just have to buy it.
 | Added on: September 8, 2011
I have liked most of the jewel quests in the past with a couple of exceptions but they do seem to be getting better all the time. I love the way you have so many different types of play. Not just a standard match 3 over and over again. Certain levels get me determined as I just miss out making it, but that's what makes it so interesting. Must admit though, I hate those monkeys. LOL. Would recommend this game highly to anyone that enjoys a challenge without losing their cool over it. I still haven';t completed the whole game yet even though I play a few levels at least everyday. Excellent game...Im sure you will enjoy it.
 | Added on: February 18, 2010
Wow!!!!! Did they make this game fun to play or what!!!!! It's starts as all the previous Jewel Quests games do with a easy to understand tutorials and hints. There are three different modes. - MATCH 3 MODE. You match all the jewels in three's and fill in all boxes on the boards with gold. Complete and move on. - SWAPS MODE. You receive around 50 swaps to complete the level. One added feature is you can move jewels without matching three. Plan your moves careful or you may run out of moves. -LIMITED JEWELS MODE. This is the most difficult mode. It requires pre-planning on how you want to make your next move. Plan on do re-try's until you create a plan. The gameplay is addictive and wants you to play one more game, then one more, and one more and so on. Be sure to get up and stretch and make sure you take time to order in food. You will get hooked. I have logged 20 hours of gameplay so far and have only completed 18% of the levels. Have fun.
 | Added on: February 26, 2010
I loved the first three Jewel Quest games and I love this one also. It's filled with a lot of levels and challenges. Had a lot of fun playing it. I would recommend to anyone who likes match 3 games.
 | Added on: May 20, 2010
I really love this game! It is so challenging. I can't wait to get home to play. I stay up late playing this game. Out of all the games I have purchased, this is my favorite. It's really great!
 | Added on: March 31, 2012
I used to take a smoke break, now I take a Jewel Quest break and not only am I healthier, I only had to buy it once! LOL... Great game! I like it that sooner or later the game gets sick of you puttering around and offers you extra minutes! iWin makes my favorite games and I couldn't be more pleased with the game, the author and, of course, GameHouse.
 | Added on: August 5, 2010
i have really enjoyed all the Jewel Quest games, and this one's no exception. Match 3 games are one of my favorites, and the story is exciting-Indiana Jones exciting!! the music is perfect for the game-adventurous sounding, and it doesn't get annoying, tho it plays over and over. matching jewels to obtain pieces of a puzzle is challenging. the different modes-limited swaps/limited jewels/along with the regular match three concept makes this a game that doesn't get monotonous. seeing the family tree come to life is neat, and reading the bios on the different family members is cool-i loved that the tutorial was when u play as the child. good job guys!!!! another Jewel Quest game to buy!!!!!
 | Added on: September 9, 2010
very addictive,I enjoy the times i get stuck ,but I always come back to it!!I like it also because its taking me awhile to complete-if I ever get there!
 | Added on: April 28, 2011
Found this very challenging great thinking game. Makes you think and go back for more.
 | Added on: September 27, 2010
I've played all of the JQ series, and I find this one was a little disappointing. I'm not saying it's a bad game, it's just that I couldn't get into it as much as the previous ones. I keep trying, though! It seems I play one board, come back after a few days, play another board, come back after a few days, etc. It's not generating enough excitement for me to want to continue like a rabid raccoon (like other games do!)
 | Added on: August 30, 2010
i have been very challenged by this game. It is getting very difficult. I am stuck at one point now. I hope that I can soon get by it.
 | Added on: October 4, 2010
This is a nicely done game. You are playing match 3 puzzles in an attempt to restore your family tree. Each person represents a series of puzzles with a particular style. As you complete each timed level, you are given bonus points at the end and a puzzle piece. The puzzle pieces complete the pictures of the people within your family tree. So far the difficulty hasn't been too bad, though I did have to redo one level again. The game is well made but I would imagine it will become quite challenging with time due to the timer.
 | Added on: August 26, 2010
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