Jewelry King

Jewelry King

 It is very easy to describe Jewelry King – this happens to be another classic matching game, except that this time you will be matching jewels.

The game is more than a classic representative of the matching game genre so it is very easy to describe and grasp it especially if you have played a matching game before. Here you won’t get anything new and the matching rules remain the same – match at least three or more gems of the same kind to eliminate them, get as many points as possible, earn golden stars and move to the next level. Some of the levels also feature a limited number of moves so be careful what you match and how!

Like we said Jewelry King does not offer anything new and we can say this about the graphics as well – they are 2D only. The sound effects are simple, just like in any other Android game, and that’s about it.

It is hard to judge Jewelry King – the game is not bad but it is just like any other matching game so chances are it will not keep you playing it, especially if you have tried such games before. Yet if this is your first matching game, try it – Jewelry King will bring you fun.

Jewelry King is here on Google Play.

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