Match 3 Game easier 17 MB
Untimed Option PC & Mac Walkthrough not needed
Premise: You are attending a magical university, studying magical horticulture, and when letters from home stop coming and you return home to investigate, you find your city completely deserted and in ruins… and what are those strange, huge, black crystals? You approach the only remaining structure — the town fountain — and find magical gems sparkling within the water. Now you need magical seeds, which you will find during the Match 3 rounds. Your goals are to rescue the five encapsulated wizard leaders of the city, restore their memories by planting those magic seeds, and maintain the magic plants that give the wizards their memories back, so that they can tell you what happened to the city and how to restore it.
Hints: The jewels you gather via the Match 3 rounds will be used in the rebuilding, and to collect the jewels you will need as large a treasure chest as you can afford, so spend all your coins on treasure chest upgrades. ~ Creating matches below the items will enable them to fall down the grid and get released to you. ~ Explosive spells, hammers, and golden arrowheads will not damage any items or jewels; don’t be afraid to use them to get what you need. ~ During the Match 3 rounds, as you clear one board (called a “room”) you will unlock arrows that will point you to other boards/rooms; when all that remains in every room is sparkling jewels, you’ve won that round and earned all the jewels, coins, bottles, and seeds you’ve released.
More Hints: Match 4 or more jewels at one time and you create a multicolored gem which you can use as a wild card because it is every color. ~ Longer chains will create a gold arrowhead that will clear an entire row; save these and make them drop to where you need them, usually at the bottom. ~ If a board has squares that are covered with wood, your first priority is to uncover those squares. Make matches adjacent to the wood blocks to shatter them. When you’ve shattered as many blocks as you can, concentrate on other areas of the board to lower those items and also to remove the beige background tile behind every jewel. This will cause jewels to fall to bottom, where the wood blocks are, and soon you can rework the blocked areas. ~ Try to ignore the suggestions for matches that are constantly being offered to you, for they are simply the computer’s recognition of possible moves but not necessarily the most advantageous ones; stick with your own instincts, and refer to the suggestions only when you are totally stumped. ~ If every room is cleared of everything but jewels, and the arrows keep sending you from one cleared room to another, like you’re caught in a loop, click on Menu, go to the Main Menu, press Play, and that will fix it. ~ If it’s been a while since you’ve played and you feel lost, go to the hints in the main menu and review what does what.
My Review: I love jewels, crystals, all sparkly things, and so I’ve played every computer game I could find that featured jewels of any kind; and I have to say these are most beautiful jewels I’ve ever seen in a computer game. I play this game for hours without stopping, so enchanted by the beauty of those twinkling jewels that I have to remind myself to blink.
My Recommendation: Absolutely yes.
You can try it for free, here:
For PC: Jewel Match 3
For Mac: Jewel Match 3