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A really addictive puzzle game which will have you coming back for more.
As simple yet oddly attractive as its namesake, Diamond Quest is the perfect casual mobile affair.
At first glance, Diamond Quest will remind you of Bejeweled. At second, it seems like a hybrid of Bejeweled and I-play's Jewel Quest -- especially in Flip Mania mode, where you have to remove jewels while lighting up squares on the grid behind them. Diamond Quest offers a handful of play modes, such as Reveal Letters, in which you uncover the letters of Paris' name to earn cash. Puzzle mode is a little more insidious, as you can only clear the screen with one series of moves. Gem Collector challenges you to clear away a specific number of certain gems, like emerald cubes and pink hearts.
There are a number of unlockables that you can continue to obtain through playing challenges, but once the story mode is complete, you’re unlikely to play further. It is, for all intents and purposes, a basic puzzle game and a vehicle for Paris Hilton.
So if you enjoy Paris Hilton in the least (and I don't mean her performance in that little video that's been making the rounds), Diamond Quest might just be up your alley. It's an adequate if unoriginal puzzler that will help you pass the time. However, let's face it, there are better puzzle games out there, and without hints of someone's overpampered lifestyle or ridiculously fluffy dog. Gameloft's own Lumines comes to mind. Now there's a game with style, integrity, and smarts. You know, the kind of stuff Paris could've used at E3.