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Embark on a thrilling puzzle expedition to restore an ancient Mayan temple city. Gemsweeper is easy to learn, but it will certainly put your brain to work. Solve over 225 unique puzzles on your way to gold, gems and treasure hunting glory!
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Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: Embark on a thrilling puzzle expedition to restore an ancient Mayan temple city. Gemsweeper is easy to learn, but it will certainly put your brain to work. Starting as an inexperienced expedition rookie, you set out to become a world-known treasure hunter.
Gemsweeper combines fun puzzles, brilliant graphics and an engaging story into one unique, highly addictive game. Solve over 225 unique puzzles on your way to gold, gems and treasure hunting glory!
Shoot-'Em-Up Net Games No Match for Solitaire Middle-aged computer users who prefersolitaire and puzzles to violent shoot 'em ups will push onlinegaming to be a $2.2 billion industry in Europe and NorthAmerica by 2007, according to a report on Monday.