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Check out our Tips & Tricks for Jewel Quest 2.
Two buried jewels of the same color next to each other can both form part of the same match, which will cause them to break at the same time.
There are two ways to deal with unidentified buried jewels: either try to match various relics with it until you figure out its identity by trial and error, or match three coins to get a special move and use the special move to bust it open. The latter is often less of a hassle.
Besides busting open buried jewels, the other good use for special moves is to turn hard-to-reach corners gold.
Do not squander special moves! You’ll need them in later levels when you start to encounter abundances of unidentified buried jewels and oddly-shaped boards.
If you’re close to running out of time, sometimes it’s better to just lose a life and try the level over again than to use up all your hard-earned special moves out of desperation.
Your first goal in Tournament Mode should be to turn the entire board gold, which causes the game to introduce a bonus mode and start dropping silver coins. Match these silver coins for big points.Sebastian’s Levels
- If you’re stuck for moves, wait a few seconds and relics will animate to show a possible match.
To get rid of the monkey heads, simply drop them down the board by creating matches underneath them and when they reach the bottom they’ll disappear.
Do not match the monkey heads! You will lose points.
- In the levels during Sebastian’s story, you have to cover the board twice. The first time it turns silver, and the second time gold.