Jewel Match

  • 150 levels.
  • 2 difficulty settings.
  • Mesmerizing gameplay.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 21

Review for game Jewel Match

This mesmerizing game will make you a hammer-wielding, jewel-smashing enthusiast before you know it! Align the colorful, dazzling jewels and break them out of their sturdy gold boxes. The 150 levels and two difficulty settings will keep you coming back for even more matching-madness. You'll have a hard time breaking this habit!

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

September 3, 2006

Game Rank

193 points

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A very good M3 game.
February 26, 2012

Jewel Match was a fun game with good graphics and increasing difficulty. The different levels are actually different enough to prevent boredom. There are power ups that you may get as you play. The different jewels are different enough to keep you from confusing which are which. A generally enjoyable game.

Easily habit forming
May 6, 2012

I really enjoyed this game. Instructions were well done and made it easy to pass from one level to the next. Can't wait to play it again. It's going to be addictive.

Fun, Fun, FUN
March 12, 2012

i ENJOYED THIS GAME AS MUCH As another match three

Great fun filled game
December 22, 2011

Ihad so much fun wish there were more games like this

Just love it!
June 5, 2012

A very zen game for me. As each level goe by, the challenge greatens, and you get prouder and prouder of yourself.It's relaxing music, and tinkling of glass as you find matches makes this game a much recommended one from me.

One I keep coming back to
July 29, 2012

I own the Mac version of this game and it's a pity it can't be supported in Lion or later operating systems. I have deliberately kept an earlier operating system, just so I can go on playing this game. I absolutely love it! I even like the music and I turn the sound down (or even off) with most games. I come back to this game time after time and find it really relaxing and enjoyable. The game has been around quite a while but I actually prefer it to the later Jewel Match games which have a storyline or set of tasks to perform. A real old favourite.

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