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Dec 2, 2009 | 4:53 AM EST
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Just need the mouse to play.

-To begin, buy some spells at the wizard shop.
-Go to the first battle with batlthazar.
-The game is a turn based strategy mix with a swap jewels game.
-when, it's your turn you can swap stones or make a spell.
-Swap adjacent stones to make a minimum set of 3 of the same type.
-each stones represent an element.
-Try to swap the correct combination to win the mana for your spells.
-The swords stones strike your enemy with a physical attack.
-If you make a set of 4 stones, you win a bonus turn.
-Kill your opponent to win gold and xp and proceed to next level,
kill all the opponents and become the stones master !

enjoy :)

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SkinkieSkinkie

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 2, 2009

I Like!

I like this game - having the classic"gem swap" play out turn-based makes it a totally different game that requires strategy and thought to win. Adding the spells gives the player advantage (especially if you do what I did and replay low levels to build up gold/spells before moving on). Definitely a game to take time over rather than just waste time playing.
One thing though. The instructions given didn't make sense to me until after I'd played a level, which makes me wonder if perhaps a tutorial game might work better?
Other than that, thumbs up :-)


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texantrumpetertexantrumpeter

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 2, 2009

I like the Game.

I love the game, I play this all the time on Wii. Well not this exactly, but it is exactly like Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords. Overall very good game, Thanks.



KayBornKayBorn

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 3, 2009

Need More

Overall it was a good game, It involved strategy, timing, trickery, and just a little luck. I didnt like how limited the spell leveling selection was, the problem was I has the spells and I mean all of them maxed out before by midway through the game, and some of the spells to me were useless like the chain lighting spell and the physical attack buff spell, and the mastery spells didnt seem to do much either even when maxed out, I guess what I am saying is if you are going to make a Magic theme/based matching game at least make the spells plentiful in choice and usefulness
But in the end it was fun addictive and wasnt that hard so good job


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AbaddonX9AbaddonX9

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 2, 2009

Fun

I beat every master. It was really fun and addicting. Its a good way to pass the time and brings more excitement to the traditional bejewled games.


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ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 21, 2010

I like it!

I'm not the biggest fan of RPG's, so I wasn't looking forward to this. It turned out to be something completely new and very fun! I had absolutely no idea it was going to turn into one of those games where you have to get rid of the blocks. Having another person (the computer) change it as well to get points is something I have never seen before! My only complaint is that it's hard to keep up and I swear they're taking multiple turns before I do. I also love the music and the great graphics.


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