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Jewel Master: Egypt

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Habit-forming match-three jewel-swapper with history theme.

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Jewel Master: Egypt is a cut above most match-three jewel-swapping puzzle games, and not just because it provides a (very) basic education on ancient Egyptian culture and civilization. It keeps the action interesting by slowly introducing a wide variety of new game elements and goals. At first all we need do is clear tiles marked in blue, but as the game goes on it becomes more complicated. Some tiles locked in chains act as obstacles for tiles falling from above until cleared and other tiles needing to be cleared twice. Plus, the jewels you clear have various values and properties, making some more valuable than others at different times. You may need to clear more food-type jewels in order to earn enough food to purchase your next civilization upgrade, or clear jewels of an exact type in order to earn power-ups that let you do things like choose a single pesky tile to eliminate or clear all jewels of a given kind. If you have an affinity for match-three games but often find yourself tiring of them midway through, Jewel Master: Egypt might be just what the doctor ordered.

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