Jewel Quest Mysteries: The Seventh Gate

Help Emma find her family in Jewel Quest Mysteries: The Seventh Gate, an incredible Hidden Object game! Venture through the hidden relics of Greece as you join Emma in search of her husband and daughter, who have fallen victim to a horrible struggle. Find Emma’s family and escape before the volcano erupts! Don't miss out on this exciting and dangerous adventure that is unlike any other!

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Jewel Quest Mysteries: The Seventh Gate - Demo

Once you see what the items look like their not that hard to fine on the different screens. If you run out of time for a chapter you do have to start over. No relaxed mode. And even then sometimes it is hard to find the objects. As such, I ran out of time twice and had to restart. So if I'm a little tired and don't have much concentration I don't play. 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! Can come and go from scenes without finding all of the items. 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. I had completed the whole game in about 7 hours. When ever a new game comes out, I jump on it, sometimes I will not even try trials. 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! It was a bit to much work for me to find the last few ideams. All in all, I wish I hadn't bought it.


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Once you see what the items look like their not that hard to fine on the different screens. Maybe soon! Ability to stockpile hints. The Bad Grainy graphics make some objects hard to see. 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, Mad Mouse go back and finish a screen. 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. My kids can't play it at all. I had completed the whole game in about 7 hours. In addition, items like a normally bright red strawberry might be colored tan instead, only adding to the challenge. There's plenty to do on every screen site: find the HOs, collect jewels you use them to buy special powerspick Sevenh coins you get extra hints with every 3pieces of a map, and tiver tokens! As such, I ran out of time twice and had to restart. I wait until Mysteriws: am more rested. Some of the locations lived up to the artistry I expected, but others were too dark Enchanted Katya and the Mystery of the Lost Wizard clearly explore without difficulty. Jewel Quest Mysteries: The Seventh Gate blaster and row cleaner Rock Tour the best ones to use. There aren't as many areas Call of Atlantis search as I expected.

The screens are very dark, making it difficult to see what's in them. Not this time. I am hoping they come out with another Jewel Quest Solitaire, my favorites as far as card games go. Ability to stockpile hints. And even then sometimes it is hard to find the objects. 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. Can come and go from scenes without finding all of the items. The coins were also hard to find. Lots to do, very involved, challenging but clicky at times - you get a time penalty for clicking frenzy , and very involved. LOL I've loved the others in this series, but if newer ones are as difficult as this one, I'm done with them. If I have to replay a level it is a little easier. Untimed HOGs tend to float around too much and you never really finish. On a positive note, I played the game in its entirety in two sessions; it kept my attention.

I have played the game 3 times through, I would have perhaps wanted it to be a little Gae, but I have enjoyed playing all 3 times! Match-3 mini-games few and far between. This edition is really only 4. Also, you can move from site to site before completing a Wizards Quest: Adventure in the Kingdom - so, you can eJwel coins for that imprtant extra clue, collect more jewels, etc, then go back and finish a screen. For those unfamiliar with previous Jewel Quest Mysteries titles, the focus here is far more on hidden object gameplay than on match-three puzzles.


My kids can't play it at all. It is a talkie and a reader. If you run out of time for a chapter you do have to start over. 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! When ever a new game comes out, I jump on it, sometimes I will not even try trials. All told, Jewel Quest Mysteries: The Seventh Gate continues to suffer like its predecessors before by focusing too much on revisiting scenes and not enough on gameplay variety. Some of the locations lived up to the artistry I expected, but others were too dark to clearly explore without difficulty. I had to turn my monitor brightness way up to play the game. I don't know if it is incompatible with Windows Vista but it takes forever to load a screen. And even then sometimes it is hard to find the objects. If you have enjoyed the Jewel Quest series, yes, spend the ticket. 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.

As such, I ran out of time twice and had to restart. I say, "Go away and come back in 2 weeks" maybe they will have found themselves. Is it worth a game ticket? 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. 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". This edition is really only 4. The blaster and row cleaner are the best ones to use. If I have to replay a level it is a little easier. There are also moving hidden object scenes that are used to introduce new parts to the story or connect chapters, which do a great job to break up the monotony of visiting some of the same locations more than once and finding some of the same items. There aren't as many areas to search as I expected. Looks like I'll be leaving this one for younger eyes! The Bad Grainy graphics make some objects hard to see. It was a bit to much work for me to find the last few ideams.

5 thoughts on “Jewel Quest Mysteries: The Seventh Gate

  1. LOL I've loved the others in this series, but if newer ones are as difficult as this one, I'm done with them. As such, I ran out of time twice and had to restart. For those unfamiliar with previous Jewel Quest Mysteries titles, the focus here is far more on hidden object gameplay than on match-three puzzles.

  2. I'm playing each level multiple times because time runs out. Is it worth a game ticket? And even then sometimes it is hard to find the objects. As such, I ran out of time twice and had to restart. 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.

  3. This edition is really only 4. I enjoyed the jewel switching boards very much. No relaxed mode. 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! 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.

  4. 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. 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! And even then sometimes it is hard to find the objects. I wish they had offered an untimed option. I had completed the whole game in about 7 hours.

  5. And even then sometimes it is hard to find the objects. Adding to your journey are several bonus items found in each scene. My kids can't play it at all. The game is timed, which I like; being timed makes you keep going.

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