Jewel Quest Mysteries - The Seventh Gate
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  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 800 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
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Jewel Quest Mysteries - The Seventh Gate 

Explore the ancient ruins of Greece to put an end to a horrid struggle in Jewel Quest Mysteries - The Seventh Gate, an all-new seek-and-find adventure.

Emma is on her way to surprise her husband and daughter who are not expecting her for another two weeks. When she arrives however, they are not around. A few clues lead her to believe that they became unwilling participants in a power struggle for Greece's ancient secrets. Now, Emma must search far and wide to find her missing family, all under the threat of an impending volcanic eruption.

Venture with Emma Did they go willingly or were they kidnapped? If so, by whom? Locate dazzling items via beautiful static and scrolling scenes, play the famed jewel boards of ancient Greece in exciting Match 3 contests, and unravel this mystery before it's too late.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Jewel Quest Mysteries - The Seventh Gate today!

  • Join Emma on a search for her missing family in this Hidden Object quest.
  • Travel down a mysterious path adorned by ancient Greek remnants.
  • Find shards of the famed jewel boards and play exciting Match 3 contests.
  • Enjoy additional mini-games including scrolling screens.
  • Can Emma save her family before the volcano erupts?
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Reviews of Jewel Quest Mysteries - The Seventh Gate
 | Added on: August 18, 2011
 
I have all the Jewel Quest games, and I have yet to be disappointed. When ever a new game comes out, I jump on it, sometimes I will not even try trials. I am hoping they come out with another Jewel Quest Solitaire, my favorites as far as card games go. Maybe soon!
 | Added on: August 11, 2011
 
With each new Jewel Quest Mystery they get more clever with hiding the objects. So if I'm a little tired and don't have much concentration I don't play. I wait until I am more rested. And even then sometimes it is hard to find the objects. If I have to replay a level it is a little easier. All in all, a very challenging game.
 | Added on: July 23, 2011
 
I have played almost all of Jewel Quest games in the past and loved them all but this one needs to be revamped. The HO are so small to the point of being distorted. I wish they had offered an untimed option. When you have objects this small it waste alot of time trying to find them.
 | Added on: July 23, 2011
 
Games OK ,it's like most hidden games. Once you see what the items look like their not that hard to fine on the different screens.
 | Added on: July 18, 2011
 
This is not only a great HOG, it also incorporates some great puzzles, as well as some match 3 challenges! There's plenty to do on every screen site: find the HOs, collect jewels (you use them to buy special powers), pick up coins (you get extra hints with every 3), pieces of a map, and tiver tokens! Most screens have inventory items that you will use the (or later) to reveal hidden HOs. Hints: refer to the diary before accepting a challenge; the map shows sites to be visited, BUT you can enter the sites in any order. Also, you can move from site to site before completing a site - so, you can find coins for that imprtant extra clue, collect more jewels, etc, then go back and finish a screen. Lots to do, very involved, challenging (but clicky at times - you get a time penalty for clicking frenzy), and very involved. Enjoy!!
 | Added on: July 18, 2011
 
I love everything about this game. The graphics are very good, you have to earn your hints by finding the same little icon as the other games, The mini games are fun. If you run out of time for a chapter you do have to start over. I stayed up 1/2 the night playing this game, something I do not often do
 | Added on: April 2, 2012
 
This one is too tough for me. The items are EXTREMELY well hidden and not enough time is given per level. I'm playing each level multiple times because time runs out. Looks like I'll be leaving this one for younger eyes! LOL I've loved the others in this series, but if newer ones are as difficult as this one, I'm done with them. VERY DISAPPOINTED!
 | Added on: August 5, 2011
 
I have played most of the Jewel Quest games and I found this one to be the most boring, most simple and least challenging. I had completed the whole game in about 7 hours. I am very disappointed
 | Added on: August 1, 2011
 
I like this game because the search is for whole items, not parts and pieces of an item (well there is a little of that for the gem game boards). Adding additional searches for jems and coins which allow/help with the games-within-the-game is OK. I have yet to be able to finish the complete game which means there is a challenge to it (I can't seem to get past one of the sub games well into the "map"). Replaying the game makes you look for different things which is good and keeps it interesting play after play.
 | Added on: January 5, 2013
 
I love JQM games and was excited to get this one. Never been so frustrated with a game before. The screens are very dark, making it difficult to see what's in them. I had to turn my monitor brightness way up to play the game. The jewel boards move so slow that in the later boards I cannot finish them, and I always master these games quickly. Not this time. I don't know if it is incompatible with Windows Vista but it takes forever to load a screen. Most of the specials for the jewel boards are useless. The blaster and row cleaner are the best ones to use. There aren't as many areas to search as I expected. You keep going back to the same ones again and again. My kids can't play it at all. The objects are too hard to find for them and many are unfamiliar objects, things they've never heard of or seen. All in all, I wish I hadn't bought it.
 | Added on: July 18, 2011
 
This one is not the type of game you play for fun in my opinion. It was a bit to much work for me to find the last few ideams. The coins were also hard to find. Graphics were ok, but far from the best I have seem. It is a talkie and a reader. You are the new girlfriend and your boyfriend has gone missing, cuz you are 2 weeks early. I say, "Go away and come back in 2 weeks" maybe they will have found themselves.
 | Added on: August 5, 2011
 
just the type of hidden objects game i like, with finding objects reasonably difficult , puzzles to solve and collecting things, jewels
 | Added on: August 8, 2011
 
I have enjoyed the Jewel Quest series of HOGs for years now. This edition is really only 4.5 stars, but you can't give 1/2 stars at GH! All the scenes are quite dark especially at the top of the screen; even using a hint, I could not really see the object. The subgames are easy; the 2 pipe games, my suggestion is to start at the end and work back. I enjoyed the jewel switching boards very much. Just remember to answer "no" if you want to keep playing the board because the game gives you the option to give up and continue with the HOG. I have played the game 3 times through, I would have perhaps wanted it to be a little longer, but I have enjoyed playing all 3 times! Positive aspects is that the objects do change each time you play, so you're always looking for new items. The game is timed, which I like; being timed makes you keep going. Untimed HOGs tend to float around too much and you never really finish. Is it worth a game ticket? If you have enjoyed the Jewel Quest series, yes, spend the ticket. If you are new to HOGs or to Jewel Quest, I might pass on this edition of Jewel Quest and go for one of the earlier installments. I hope they keep making the series!
 | Added on: August 22, 2011
 
LOVED THIS GAME. THE ONLY THING IS IT IS QUICK TO COMPLETE. I WAS REALLY LOOKING FOR MORE OF THE GAME AND IT SEEMED THE CHALLENGE WAS MET TOO FAST. WANTED MORE TO CONTINUE TO PLAY...
 | Added on: April 13, 2012
 
I like this game because it keeps me on my toes looking for everything!
 | Added on: July 28, 2011
 
I was very excited to see a new Jewel Quest Mysteries HOG as I've very much enjoyed the previous games in the series; however, I was unfortunately disappointed. Some of the locations lived up to the artistry I expected, but others were too dark to clearly explore without difficulty. As such, I ran out of time twice and had to restart. That in itself was kind of annoying, but I still couldn't find the objects I missed during my 2nd attempts without the use of hints. On a positive note, I played the game in its entirety in two sessions; it kept my attention.
 | Added on: July 29, 2011
 
This is a good game with more than one thing to do.
 | Added on: August 11, 2011
 
Makes you think first, observe definately, and you need to be very observant
 | Added on: September 26, 2011
 
Though I'm still on the first part, the items are harder to find the game is most enjoyable. My wife finished the game within a week with a score of 375000. she started again to try for higher points.
 | Added on: August 4, 2011
 
i love that Emma takes you on her journey to different place looking for items-while looking for her family!
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