Jewellust

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Erin Bell, Common Sense Media
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Simple gem-swapping game has fun power-ups.

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Ease of play

The game is easy to learn and play, and the difficulty curve is extremely gradual with generous time limits and plenty of power-ups.

Violence & scariness
Sexy stuff

In spite of the name there's nothing provocative here. "Lust" is used in the context of a desire for treasure.

Language
Consumerism

The main menu contains a link to the developer's website, where other games are advertised.

Drinking, drugs & smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Jewellust is a match-three puzzle game that involves swapping three or more like-colored gems to clear them from the board in order to make special puzzle tiles fall to the bottom of the playfield. This app was reviewed on a Motorola Milestone handset.

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Is it any good?

JEWELLUST is a fun little gem-swapping game with an Egyptian theme that offers a Campaign mode with 30 levels plus a "see how long you can last" Survival mode. The basic gameplay is simple, but Jewellust offers a range of interesting power-ups that keep things lively, including one that freezes the entire board and lets players shift as many tiles as they like for a short time.

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