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The Quest Trio: Jewels, Cards and Tiles

The Quest Trio: Jewels, Cards and Tiles (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Activision
AKA: The Quest Trio (EU)

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The Quest Trio: Jewels, Cards and Tiles review

Reviewed January 08, 2010

Benjamin Woodhouse says: "The puzzles themselves are the driving force behind The Quest Trio. All feature minor variations from the expected, and they roll out dozens of configurations to keep you busy. Just when you think you've figured out the system, a new little wrinkle arises. Can you resist falling to the same obsessions as some of those heroes? With games this addictive, good luck."
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