Jewel Master Atlantis 3D [ 3DS CIA ]

Jewel Master Atlantis 3D

Jewel Master Atlantis 3D

Jewel Master Atlantis 3D

For years now, Cerasus Media has been pumping out game after game in the Jewel Master series, and very little has changed in that time. Each instalment is usually playable and entertaining enough, but in most instances the gameplay formula and overall presentation have remained the same. And while the classic phrase “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” may apply in Cerasus Media’s case (after all, the series continues to sell well it would seem), it’s becoming harder to justify handing over our hard-earned cash for more or less exactly the same experience each time.

Jewel Master Atlantis 3D

Despite this, it seems that the development team has finally cottoned on to the fact that change might indeed be a good thing. That’s because Jewel Master Atlantis 3D the latest game in the popular Match-3 series  bucks the trend. The core tile-swapping experience hasn’t changed by any means, but lots of the issues that plagued previous entries have been remedied. It’s far from revolutionary, but overall the improvements make for a much more streamlined and enjoyable experience. In Jewel Master Atlantis 3D, the premise is fairly simple. The game starts off with a mermaid (or merman depending on who you choose) telling you that the once great mythical city of Atlantis was sunk by an evil god and that you must now help to rebuild it. Doing so requires quite a lot of resources, and the only way to amass these is to match up three or more corresponding tiles on a board. Yes, it may seem nonsensical, but such is the world of Jewel Master. The adventure is thankfully a much smoother experience than in previous titles. The city building elements have been scaled down, with the focus now being on completing so many levels, rather than just collecting resources. You do still need to get a certain amount of three different resources per level, but it’s only so that you can complete that particular level. Essentially, a real in-depth management sim-esque experience would have been the ideal direction to go in for this, but at least now this aspect of the game isn’t getting in the way of your enjoyment of the Match-3 puzzles.


Release Date : March 14, 2013
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Region : USA | FREE
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RAR File Size : 90MB




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