Jewel Quest Mysteries: The Oracle of Ur - Collector's Edition
Average Rating 38 player reviews ( 3.1 out of 5.0 )
Go back in time with Emma, Rupert, and Sebastian in a breathtaking and romantic adventure!
As an ancient folk tale goes, when the gods returned to the sky, they left behind nine mysterious jewel boards through which they could speak to us, lest we stray too far. Wars destroyed all but one jewel board - the Oracle of Ur.
All facts about this legendary object are lost in time until Rupert discovers a clue to the 4,000-year-old story and starts his quest for the most coveted jewel board of all. He enlists the help of his two best friends, Emma and Sebastian, in this exciting expedition. Can they succeed in retrieving the Oracle of Ur?
• Play as all three heroes in this new romantic adventure and travel to Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley, and Tibet.
• Look for hidden objects in many stunning locations, including archeological sites, museums, temples, and markets.
• Solve Rube Goldberg style puzzles where you restore ancient mechanisms, complete enchanting jewel boards, and fun mini-games.
Jewel Quest Mysteries: The Oracle of Ur Collector’s Edition is the much-awaited new adventure of the bestselling, award-winning Jewel Quest Mysteries series.
Collector's Edition Features:
• Over 20 extra puzzles
• 6 extra-challenging jewel boards
• Strategy Guide
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I've played all the Jewel Quest games, and I don't agree that this one is not up to the others. I've now finished the first chapter, and there have already been some tough mini-games. The Jewel Boards are getting harder also. It is a forgiving game, in that the HOG scenes are not terribly tough, and hints are available. There is a timer on some of the jewel boards, but you can buy extra time. Mini-games are infinitely resettable and skippable. To me, the mix of puzzles, match-3 boards with unusual features, and attractive HOG and "fix the mechanism" scenes hits the spot. I don't mind the somewhat excessive dialog, and the less than stellar story. Not the perfect game for the action addict, for sure, but a nice relaxing game for a more laid-back player, except for a few of those frustrating mini-games I never want to skip! See more See less
Very disappointing game. The HOG aspect was bad. It was interesting seeing how it all began, how Sebastian fell out with Rupert and became an enemy but not enough to pay 2,000 coins for. I'll wait for the SE and see how it turns out. See more See less
I'm a big fan of everything Jewel Quest, however, this one left me scratching my head. It was VERY short and extremely easy. Jewel quest has seemed to let me down more and more with each of its new releases. See more See less
I love the JQ games, especially 2 and 3 which are strictly match-3. This one has way too many hidden objects and puzzles that are difficult to figure out how to solve. Also the entire game seemed too short - expected more levels. Have to say, I was a bit disappointed. See more See less