Nog's Gem Quest

  • Original Gameplay
  • Cute Characters
  • Endless Replay Ability!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 8.1
  • Hard driver (MB) : 189

Review for game: Nog's Gem Quest

After finally coming of age, the quirky but lovable Nog has been sent on an epic quest in search of gems. Help him prove to the skeptical Elders that he has what it takes to be a true gem collector! Search across 5 dynamic worlds for over 25 types of valuable gems. Find Amulets to cash in for bonus prize spins, and find your buddy Yolk to play fun mini-games! Upgrade power-ups and purchase new Space Pods to increase your skills and set even higher scores. Enjoy an innovative twist of hidden object, match 3, and fast-paced arcade action in this exciting new gameplay experience!


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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

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Nog's Gem Quest
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Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

Game Description:

Nog has been sent on an epic quest in search of gems. Help him prove to the skeptical Elders that he has what it takes to be a true gem collector!

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What a nice surprise!

I thought it was a children's game, but the level of challenge and the time to collect the gems are so exciting that I had a great time. It's a different kind of match 3: you actually collect one gem at a time, but if you collect 3 equals, you earn more points. You will collect gems, fuel, amulets, x-ray, etc on a farm, ie., between plants, animals and vegetables and put in the mouth of Nog. Time is very short, but if you find fuel, it increases. To move to the 2nd world, "Field", you have to have 250 gems. But the hard part is, if you buy (has a store) more fuel or something else, and takes longer to get the required gems. It has 5 worlds, several kinds of gems and much to buy, like 5 power ups, 5 pods, 5 power pods, besides having to have lots of gems to move to the next level. The graphics are very good, crisp and colorful. The sound is a little tiring, but you can turn off at options. At last, a game that surprised me and I liked it so much that I bought.

Surprisingly challenging

I decided to try this game as a fluff game, something to pass the time. An hour later, when the demo time was up, I realized that I had to get this. I'm a fan of hidden object, and this sharpens your skills without having to play a full adventure game. The only caveat is that it can get repetitive, but I've been playing it for about 4 hours in the last two days, so any game could get repetitive in that amount of time. It's quite addictive!

Fun, Challenging & Different

No brains needed but a good eye & quick hand. I like it because it's different. If you're tired of the same old HO, Adventure, Time Mgmt, Match3, etc. this is a great change of pace. Sort of combines elements of all types of games into something totally new. Hard to describe but lots of fun. Try it. You might like it.

It's a quirky quest

I am enjoying this game as it is a new twist on the old match 3 formula. Working against the timer increases the challenge. A variety of bonuses to buy. And there are the bonus games of catching gems that Yolk (?name) drops from the sky, and the "spin the wheel" bonus. Only problem...have over 250 gems (and 7 amulets) but still stuck in the "farm" screen. A few more instructions might have helped to clarify the needed goals to progress through the game.

Very Interesting...

It took almost the whole hour to figure out what I was really doing, but after that, it was fun and challenging. Two thumbs up for great graphics. Kinda weird/quirky/funky. I am always thrilled to see something different from the overdose we receive of hidden object games. Only real problem for me is that you do the same thing over and over which becomes boring even if challenging.

I'm addicted!

Can't ... stop ... playing. Also, it looks super cool.


The jest of the game it to feed Nog as many gems as you can. After a quick tutorial (not much to learn) You go to the farm and stroll through the vegtable garden to look for obviously hidden gems, click and drag the gems and various other items like fuel and xray vision into his mouth. That's it. Would make a good phone game but way to slooow.

An exercise in vertigo

I have to count myself with fellow gamers that find this game uninteresting. Seeming like a throwback to the 64-bit games of early Atari or N-64. I didn't find a cohesive story that the game play was following. The graphics of the intro and tutorial pages were, again, hearkening back to the days of 64-bit games and not in feeling with the current level of detail that games now can explore. The music grated on the nerves (at least for me). While it certainly was challenging, I didn't find the game play engaging enough to warrant even finishing the trial.


Poor game... you stay in the same place collecting gems... ugly scenes... ugly game... ugly "hero"... ugly gems... I played for 15 minutes trying to find something interesting, but it seems to me that the drawer didn?t have anything to do and started to risk "things" trying to make it a game. I don?t recommend it. Not really a game.

A waste of time

This seems to be a children's game. There is no storyline to the game. It seems to me all you do is stay on the same scene and pick up gems. I do not recommend this game.

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