Jungle Fever 2 Review (PlayStation 4)
Jewel Fever 2 is an addictive match-3-puzzle-game. you advance to the next level when you match the required number of jewels as it’s shown in the upper part of the screen.
- Nice colorful graphics.
- 123.1MB download size.
- 15 trophies.
- Works on Playstation 5.
- Match 3 puzzle game.
- Looks and gameplay are inspired by Bejeweled.
- A very easy set of trophies.
- Local leaderboard.
- Simple controls whereby you click an icon then press the direction.
- Levels are timed.
- Goal-clear the number of each gem to clear the level before the time expires.
- 3 modes-normal (clear gems), quick mode (60 secs), and infinite mode (no game overs).
- Cascade combo where gems drop and clear instantly.
- Statistics screen.
- The game board will automatically reshuffle if no more moves can be had.
- Level completion pop-up shows score and time left.
- Objectives menu-own in-game achievements.
- Instructions menu-shows controls.
- Excellent time waster.
- Music is horrible and luckily can be turned off.
- No special gems after matching 4 or 5 gems together.
- No online leaderboards.
- If you do t move there is no hint button or icon to help out.
- Luck based on a couple of combo trophies.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Simply put, Jewel Fever 2 is what you get when you copy Bejeweleds homework. They took the core gameplay but didn’t turn the page of the essay and missed out on all the things that made Bejeweled fun. In Jewel Fever 2 it’s a case of what’s missing and that’s a lot of things! First up you cannot earn special gems by doing big matches, no online leaderboards, and no voice narrative. I know they have to be different but this is not the way as it now makes the game less appealing outside of a quick trophy grab. But the music, ‘s generic and horrible, and within 30 seconds was turned off, sound effects barely survived the culling. Overall Jewel Fever 2, do it for the trophies!