Game "Jewel quest. Solitaire"

Game "Jewel quest. Solitaire"
Genre: Logical
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  • Release date:
    11 January 2008
  • Operating system:
    Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
  • Minimum requirements
  • CPU:
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  • Graphics card:
    256Mb, DirectX 9
Game screenshots

Game description

It has been some time since Professor Percy Peck returned from a trip to South America. The journey to find the Invisible City did not go unnoticed - his health declined, and the doctors were unable to identify the cause and suggest a suitable cure. But the professor is not a stranger himself - he knows exactly what can help him.

On the search for a healing drink Mayans professor can not go himself, but he is counting on your help. In turn, you have to help you have a deck of homemade cards and jewelry sketches. These are the keys that will guide you through the impenetrable jungle and lead you straight to the drink.

Each new level opens your eyes to an interesting unconventional solitaire. Most of the cards are not just face up, but also covered with open cards. All the cards covered in this way must be opened and collected in the base deck. Looking for her not have to, because it is in the bottom corner of the screen. You can only play with cards one position higher or lower than the one on the deck.

In many cases the cards won't be in one or two layers, but in several, so you'll have to be strategic. Jokers help out, as you're unlikely to win a solitaire game without them. With jokers you can remove cards of one position, start with any suitable position and even increase the number of decks.

Reward awaits the hero if he can lay out the cards by position, if you manage to play a row of cards of the same rank or suit, you get a gem. They will be useful not immediately - in the second round, when you need to put gold tiles on the field to form a line of three identical chips, at least.

As is clear from the conditions of the game, it is suitable for all fans of solitaire. The two main stages are divided into levels and share a common plot. The game has three categories of difficulty, and there is a simplified mode, so if you have no experience you shouldn't be afraid of solitaire - you can always adjust things so that the solitaire is sure to come together.