Jewel Quest - The Sapphire Dragon Platinum Edition
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  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Jewel Quest - The Sapphire Dragon Platinum Edition 

Live the adventure of a lifetime with Jewel Quest - The Sapphire Dragon Deluxe, an all-new matching adventure. While piloting his Cessna in a Himalayan snowstorm, Raj crash-lands on a frozen mountain. This terrible mishap takes a stunning turn of events when it becomes a chance discovery of the Temple of Wishes, an ancient complex thought to be only a legend.

  • play a magnificent 3-in-a-row adventure that features danger, love, and mystery
  • travel from Nepal, to China and the Mediterranean to locate the fabled Sapphire Dragon
  • solve 200 new boards that include eight never-before-seen jewel modes
  • select from five differently capable characters and develop them as you play
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Reviews of Jewel Quest - The Sapphire Dragon Platinum Edition
 | Added on: March 1, 2012
 
I've been a JewelQuest fan for years but this games stinks. You have to play the game with a fictional partner and it keeps interupting gameplay with a ridiculous story line. There are some new challenges but you aren't allowed to just go in and play them even in relaxed mode. You have to schlog through the ridiculous story line to get there Really disappointing!!!.
 | Added on: April 12, 2012
 
I would have given it 5 stars, but the addition of several characters - which on the surface was a good, new feature - made even the hardest levels fairly easy to master.
 | Added on: February 2, 2012
 
While I'm not a big fan of the different characters (I really liked the critter power-ups in SS), I love that you can make swaps while tiles are still moving from previous swaps. Words cannot express how annoyed I'd be when I was running out of time, could see the move I needed to make to win a level only to run out of time because I couldn't do anything while tiles were still dropping. Gah! It made me crazy. So thank you, iWin. Thank you.
 | Added on: February 29, 2012
 
The game is a three in a row and an aventure. The graphics are good and it is a talkie. There are 5 people that are on this quest and you get to pick the one you want to be. It is a bit different than most match 3, so it makes it fun and interesting to play. The graphics are good as is the music.
 | Added on: January 27, 2012
 
THIS GAME WAS LIKE JEWEL QUEST SLEEPLESS STAR WITH SLIGHT VARIATIONS. I WAS HOPING FOR ANOTHER JEWEL QUEST HERITAGE THAT I PLAY ALL THE TIME. HOPE THE MAKERS TRY AGAIN SOON TO MAKE ONE MORE LIKE HERITAGE. DIDN'T MUCH LIKE THIS ONE.
 | Added on: December 10, 2012
 
I Like the adult humor involved within the story lines,and the RPG factor of character skills.An interesting story, and plenty of hints within (story) for best accomplishments. it's easy to find and replay locations on the map, it may frusrate very young kids, but 5 stars anyway!
 | Added on: February 13, 2012
 
I started out hating this game. I was playing the normal mode and couldn't achieve the 5 star rating on any board (picture unhappy face) - hmmm. So I went to advanced mode - Tadah! If this was explained, I blinked and missed it. I am not a fan of all of the story telling. You have a story of the kidnapped brother AND journals for each of the "companions" you use for each board. Read overload, especially if you are a Match 3 addict. On the plus side, you can skip any reading you want. Now for the good stuff. I loved the variety of boards and the many, many levels. Also, the characters did assist in conquering boards based on the "talents" they possessed. I found I used Trevor for boards that I wound up cornered (vine board and dodge board). Path climbing was Natalie and well, you will find your own character you prefer to "accompany" you through a particular round. Some of the boards were repeats from the previous games, and I still love them. Lots of color and scenery to absorb. All in all, I really wound up hooked - I received the 100 board award in the advanced mode, so that tells you I have to get a life! Hope you enjoy this new twist to the Jewel Quest series.
 | Added on: February 8, 2012
 
Still playing the game and enjoying it very much. I get easily bored with some match 3 games, but the Jewel Quests have always been the most challenging. I always look forward to the new twists, and was at first confused with the different characters, but after reading the strenghts and ways to use these with the different puzzles, I am even enjoying it more! I also like that you don't have to wait to make a new move. I gave four stars because I am not finished, but wanted to put in a good word as this game is fun to me and so far worth the wait.
 | Added on: February 20, 2012
 
I really enjoyed this game. It is like the other Jewel Quest games I so like. I couldn't finish the last Jewel Quest game because the hidden objects were almost impossible to see. I like this format much better. However, the characters were quite annoying, and there was toooooo much dialogue.
 | Added on: January 27, 2012
 
I have enjoyed "Jewel Quest" games for years, and I u look foward to each new issue. This game was a disappointment for me. In my opinion merging an adventure game and a match three game did not work very well in this case! Their are too many cut scenes between each match three game, and having to pick a new character "buddy" between each match three board, just added another level of frustration. Having the adventure game and cut scenes seemed to make to already small match three game boards respond slow and jerky. Also I found the Tutorial board between each new map location another source of frustration. I played through 5 levels and gave up. If possible, I would have rated this game a -5 as it is this my top candidate for "worse Game of 2012"
 | Added on: January 27, 2012
 
i like the Jewel Quest games. this is one of their M3Gs. the graphics are comic book-like, but that's ok. i like the audible dialogue-there is quiet a lot to speaking, but u can click to move ahead w/out losing out on the story. the medical twist in this game is interesting-esp b/c i'm a ns. i played the normal mode for the trial hr. i like that u can play as the different characters. they each have different characteristics that help u win the levels. the diaries they keep are interesting, too. i like that there are several different boards. they r all M3, but require different goals-classic, expansion-as u match the board expands, pathway-as u match a pathway becomes available, there's a board that u have to collect a certain # of supplies. pretty cool. stops this game from being just another M3G. 4 me the language keeps this from being a kid friendly game. gr8 job...
 | Added on: March 17, 2012
 
I loved this game! It was great that you could pick different characters to help in your quest, I loved all the different types of boards. Can't wait for the next installment!
 | Added on: January 31, 2012
 
Play all of the JQ Solitaire, and one JQ sleepless star. Gave up on Sleepless Star half way through because I got so frustrated. Sticking with this one so far, but do find the story lines in between a bit frustrating and changing characters frustrating. Its not my idea of a great game, but will persevere and hope for the best. First time I have opted for a Premium game, so hope its worth it.
 | Added on: January 27, 2012
 
Lo and behold -- after too many JQ games to count, you can finally make consecutive matches without waiting for cascading matches to complete! Disliking the previous mechanic immensely, I have not played any of these games beyond a brief trial. I found this match 3 to be new in its approach and challenging. If you have played these games, I suppose the board play would seem familiar, but there are several different tasks a board might present, which adds interest to the game play, and the story line is engaging enough. The demo hour ended abruptly while I was still in tutorial mode (it's a long tutorial), and I was already close to being beaten by the timer a couple of times. There is a relaxed, normal and reduced time mode -- forgot to check if you can switch between them but I doubt it. During what appears to be a pretty long trek, you get to play as different members of an adventure team. After the tutorial is over, you get to pick a companion team member to play the boards with. I imagine that would add more interest and different tasks to completing the boards. Playing in timed mode, this game will get extremely difficult I think. There are achievements to earn along the way. As the characters earn points, they earn new skills, individual to each team member. This is a straight Match 3 -- no hidden object component as in some of the JQ series, but that is totally fine with me. The Adventure involves rescuing one of the team members who has been abducted by bad guys. The story is completely voice acted during cut scenes of their trek through mountainous Himalayan (?) terrain, and you follow each of the 5 (or 6?) team members accounts in individual journals. The story is current. The dialogue and writing are quite contemporary.
 | Added on: March 10, 2012
 
This is a wonderful game. The perfect combination of entertainment and brain work. There is a great variety of boards to play with very good instructions. Since I am not into story lines, I found this part tedious with a few too many SKIP, done or continue buttons, but this did not ruin my fun. This is one of the best games ever!
 | Added on: March 10, 2012
 
This game is slowed down by all the unnecessary stuff between the actual playing grids. It is so repetitive and frustratingly boring. It did nothing for me.
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