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Jewel Picker


For: Mobile

Stealing your time

Product: Jewel Picker | Developer: Interactive Exchange Company | Format: Mobile | Genre: Arcade | Players: 1 | Format: J2ME | File size: 618kb | Reviewed on: K800i other handsets | Version: Europe
 
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Jewel Picker casts you in the shoes of Jack the jewel thief, who's been gifted with the snazzy Ultra-unique Slingshot-driven Jewel-attracting U-magnet.

Despite its rather awful name, this magnet is how you go about thieving jewels from a floating grid in the sky, and thus attaining the real jewels you need to finish the level before time runs out.

Codebreaker

It all sounds simple enough, and it generally is as each level is exactly the same as the one before, but Jewel Picker does have an odd level-progression system.

Instead of completing a level and moving onto the next seamlessly, you've got to remember a code that's revealed upon completion of the last level.

It's a rather strange approach, and one that really makes no sense to me, but it does give you something else to concentrate on while you're randomly firing off that magnet.
 
Jewel Picker
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Vaughn Highfield | 8 June 2013
A fun way to kill some time at first, but ultimately there's little to be seen here and few reasons to come back for more
 
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