Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star

Track down an incredible jewel in Jewel Quest – The Sleepless Star! Help Percy Park on an epic quest through two continents! Percy discovers that the jewel has been stolen from a Native American village by an unscrupulous jewel collector! Progress through a beautifully illustrated and fully voice-acted story that includes collectible power-ups and quest options filled with your favorite Match 3 gameplay.

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Jewel Quest The Sleepless Star Gameplay


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As you complete more and more of Weather Lord given board, comic book panels pop up along the side to show a progression of events — like the characters climbing up a cliff or exploring a cavern. Moreover, the task to change all the tiles into the golden ones remains the same. Fifth Jewel Quest match-3 boasts fresh setting and new boards. There are several artifacts that can pad the timer, and a handful of boards are now untimed. In this thrilling match 3 fun the developers seemed to guess our "secret" strategy — whenever we open a new board we Start the challenging journey with the new game of the famous series - Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star. Each artifact yields Allora and The Broken Portal bonuses during play, such as additional seconds on the timer or extra points. Great presentation. When the lower part is ready the upper one is also nearly complete. So, don't expect an easy life even in the very beginning. The atmosphere of the game Jewel Quest: Gems Quest Sleepless Star is covered with the thick fog of mystery as you are searching for the precious and powerful artifact called The Sleepless Star. You begin with a familiar type of the board but as you continue playing you unlock new types of them! For instance, "secret entrance" means your playing field is partially opened and you have to match the tiles near to the edge to unlock it completely. When Percy and Yellow Feather are being chased by wild dogs, for example, you have to build fires to keep the dogs at bay by playing a sequences of Light Fire boards. The two things we took issue with in our review — time Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star in boards with a limited number of moves, and time limits that seemed just a tad too severe overall — have been addressed. Gameplay makes sense in context of story.

The goal is to match three or more jewels to clear them from the board and turn the tiles below to gold. Gameplay-wise, The Sleepless Star is as solid as ever with some subtle improvements over Heritage. The atmosphere of the game Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star is covered with the thick fog of mystery as you are searching for the precious and powerful artifact called The Sleepless Star. Like its predecessors, it offers weeks and weeks of gameplay for those who want to achieve everything there is to unlock. What impressed me most, though, is how the board types and even sometimes the shapes of the boards themselves in a given level tie into the story. Percy teams up with a young Algonquin woman named Yellow Feather to hunt down the thieves and get the jewel back. In this thrilling match 3 fun the developers seemed to guess our "secret" strategy — whenever we open a new board we start matching the tiles at the bottom of it. There are several artifacts that can pad the timer, and a handful of boards are now untimed. As you complete more and more of a given board, comic book panels pop up along the side to show a progression of events — like the characters climbing up a cliff or exploring a cavern. Each artifact yields different bonuses during play, such as additional seconds on the timer or extra points. Artifacts are a new addition to The Sleepless Star that are earned as you play. As soon as you get a new skill — you immediately enjoy the next type of the board. New board types work well. The American frontier setting adds some freshness to the series too, and the interesting story and top-notch presentation make you want to stick around to see what happens next. And suddenly, the stone has been stolen from under his very nose.

The American frontier setting adds some freshness to the series too, and the interesting story and top-notch presentation make you want to stick around to see what happens next. The two things we took issue with in our review — time limits in boards with a limited number of moves, and time limits that seemed just a tad too severe overall — have been addressed. These 16 totems are more than just trophies to admire in a virtual trophy case — you can equip Jwel artifact and take it with you into your next jewel board match. Each artifact yields different bonuses during play, such as additional seconds on the timer or extra points. When Percy and Yellow Feather are being chased by wild dogs, for Thf, you have to build fires to keep the dogs at bay by playing a sequences of Light Fire boards. Gameplay-wise, The Sleepless Star is as solid as ever with some subtle improvements over Heritage. Great presentation. Gameplay makes sense in context of story. While Heritage organized Qkest: into sections dangling from a family tree, Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star Sleepless Star returns to the more or less linear approach of winding your way across a map one level at a Slfepless. Together Adelantado Trilogy: Book One the brave and beautiful Yellow Feather — the girl Sleeplless the tribe — they start the investigation full of dangers and obstacles.


Fifth Jewel Quest match-3 boasts fresh setting and new boards. These 16 totems are more than just trophies to admire in a virtual trophy case — you can equip an artifact and take it with you into your next jewel board match. Moreover, the task to change all the tiles into the golden ones remains the same. The board is complete when all the tiles are turned to gold before the allotted time limit runs out. Like its predecessors, it offers weeks and weeks of gameplay for those who want to achieve everything there is to unlock. New board types work well. When Percy and Yellow Feather are being chased by wild dogs, for example, you have to build fires to keep the dogs at bay by playing a sequences of Light Fire boards. Gameplay-wise, The Sleepless Star is as solid as ever with some subtle improvements over Heritage. The scientist found himself in the rainforest has devoted the whole life searching for the treasure. Together with the brave and beautiful Yellow Feather — the girl from the tribe — they start the investigation full of dangers and obstacles. Artifacts are a new addition to The Sleepless Star that are earned as you play. The two things we took issue with in our review — time limits in boards with a limited number of moves, and time limits that seemed just a tad too severe overall — have been addressed. What impressed me most, though, is how the board types and even sometimes the shapes of the boards themselves in a given level tie into the story.

Fifth Jewel Quest match-3 boasts fresh setting and new boards. For instance, "secret entrance" means your playing field is partially opened and you have to match the tiles near to the edge to unlock it completely. In this thrilling match 3 fun the developers seemed to guess our "secret" strategy — whenever we open a new board we Start the challenging journey with the new game of the famous series - Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star. Together with the brave and beautiful Yellow Feather — the girl from the tribe — they start the investigation full of dangers and obstacles. As soon as you get a new skill — you immediately enjoy the next type of the board. Moreover, the task to change all the tiles into the golden ones remains the same. You begin with a familiar type of the board but as you continue playing you unlock new types of them! While Heritage organized levels into sections dangling from a family tree, The Sleepless Star returns to the more or less linear approach of winding your way across a map one level at a time. As you complete more and more of a given board, comic book panels pop up along the side to show a progression of events — like the characters climbing up a cliff or exploring a cavern. The board is complete when all the tiles are turned to gold before the allotted time limit runs out. Their journey takes them through six chapters of gameplay with more than jewel boards to play. Like all Jewel Quest games before it, the fifth game in this gem-swapping series is extremely challenging and at times frustrating, but that makes it all the more satisfying when you finally do clear a board or get that elusive 5-star ranking. When the lower part is ready the upper one is also nearly complete. The Sleepless Star features the same core gameplay as its predecessors. Gameplay makes sense in context of story.

Their journey takes them through six chapters of gameplay with more than jewel boards to play. Like all Jewel Quest games before it, the fifth game in this gem-swapping series is extremely challenging and at times frustrating, but that makes it all the more satisfying when you finally do clear a board or get that elusive 5-star ranking. The story itself is much more exciting and action-packed than Heritage, and wonderfully presented with comic book-style illustrations and competent voice-over dialog. Fifth Jewel Quest match-3 boasts fresh setting and new boards. What impressed me most, though, is how the board types and even sometimes the shapes of the boards themselves in a given level tie into the story. The American frontier setting adds some freshness to the series too, and the interesting story and top-notch presentation make you want to stick around to see what happens next. The goal is to match three or more jewels to clear them from the board and turn the tiles below to gold. In this thrilling match 3 fun the developers seemed to guess our "secret" strategy — whenever we open a new board we Start the challenging journey with the new game of the famous series - Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star. Like its predecessors, it offers weeks and weeks of gameplay for those who want to achieve everything there is to unlock. The board is complete when all the tiles are turned to gold before the allotted time limit runs out. Moreover, the task to change all the tiles into the golden ones remains the same. Each artifact yields different bonuses during play, such as additional seconds on the timer or extra points.

9 thoughts on “Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star

  1. Like all Jewel Quest games before it, the fifth game in this gem-swapping series is extremely challenging and at times frustrating, but that makes it all the more satisfying when you finally do clear a board or get that elusive 5-star ranking. The Sleepless Star features the same core gameplay as its predecessors. And suddenly, the stone has been stolen from under his very nose. The American frontier setting adds some freshness to the series too, and the interesting story and top-notch presentation make you want to stick around to see what happens next. As you complete more and more of a given board, comic book panels pop up along the side to show a progression of events — like the characters climbing up a cliff or exploring a cavern.

  2. When the lower part is ready the upper one is also nearly complete. Each artifact yields different bonuses during play, such as additional seconds on the timer or extra points. The goal is to match three or more jewels to clear them from the board and turn the tiles below to gold. Great presentation. For instance, "secret entrance" means your playing field is partially opened and you have to match the tiles near to the edge to unlock it completely.

  3. Like its predecessors, it offers weeks and weeks of gameplay for those who want to achieve everything there is to unlock. Percy teams up with a young Algonquin woman named Yellow Feather to hunt down the thieves and get the jewel back. As you complete more and more of a given board, comic book panels pop up along the side to show a progression of events — like the characters climbing up a cliff or exploring a cavern. So, don't expect an easy life even in the very beginning. While Heritage organized levels into sections dangling from a family tree, The Sleepless Star returns to the more or less linear approach of winding your way across a map one level at a time.

  4. As soon as you get a new skill — you immediately enjoy the next type of the board. Fifth Jewel Quest match-3 boasts fresh setting and new boards. The atmosphere of the game Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star is covered with the thick fog of mystery as you are searching for the precious and powerful artifact called The Sleepless Star. The story itself is much more exciting and action-packed than Heritage, and wonderfully presented with comic book-style illustrations and competent voice-over dialog.

  5. The two things we took issue with in our review — time limits in boards with a limited number of moves, and time limits that seemed just a tad too severe overall — have been addressed. Each artifact yields different bonuses during play, such as additional seconds on the timer or extra points. In this thrilling match 3 fun the developers seemed to guess our "secret" strategy — whenever we open a new board we start matching the tiles at the bottom of it.

  6. For instance, "secret entrance" means your playing field is partially opened and you have to match the tiles near to the edge to unlock it completely. There are several artifacts that can pad the timer, and a handful of boards are now untimed. While Heritage organized levels into sections dangling from a family tree, The Sleepless Star returns to the more or less linear approach of winding your way across a map one level at a time.

  7. Gameplay-wise, The Sleepless Star is as solid as ever with some subtle improvements over Heritage. Gameplay makes sense in context of story. The Bad Core gameplay still the same the fifth time around. As you complete more and more of a given board, comic book panels pop up along the side to show a progression of events — like the characters climbing up a cliff or exploring a cavern.

  8. Moreover, the task to change all the tiles into the golden ones remains the same. The two things we took issue with in our review — time limits in boards with a limited number of moves, and time limits that seemed just a tad too severe overall — have been addressed. And suddenly, the stone has been stolen from under his very nose. There are several artifacts that can pad the timer, and a handful of boards are now untimed. Each artifact yields different bonuses during play, such as additional seconds on the timer or extra points.

  9. When Percy and Yellow Feather are being chased by wild dogs, for example, you have to build fires to keep the dogs at bay by playing a sequences of Light Fire boards. For instance, "secret entrance" means your playing field is partially opened and you have to match the tiles near to the edge to unlock it completely. Great presentation. Percy teams up with a young Algonquin woman named Yellow Feather to hunt down the thieves and get the jewel back. Gameplay makes sense in context of story.

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