Game screenshot on the FCEUX emulator.
This game is common on pirate multi-game Famicom cartridges and systems; for example, it is built into the Power Player Super Joy III and subsequently onto the Pelican VG Pocket under the name Jewels, but with modified graphics.
In 1991, a sequel called Magic Jewelry II appeared. Its game mechanics are the same as those of the first game, except it has added some features, such as a two-player mode, a changing theme (jewelry, fruits, dice, Mahjong tiles, colored squares and playing cards) and other features. This game was less known than its prequel due to its first appearance in a 150-in-1 multi-game cartridge.
- Stage 1: «All Kinds of Everything», by Dana.
- Stage 2: «Huānlè Zhōngguó Jié (欢乐中国节)» (Happy Chinese Festival).
- Stage 3: «Lóng de Chuánrén (龙的传人)» (Descendants of the Dragon), by Fei Yu-ching.
- Stage 4: --UNKNOWN--
- Stage 5: «Jägerchor» (Hunters' Chorus), by Carl Maria von Weber.
- Stage 6: «Moonlight on the Colorado», by Dick Robertson.
- Stage 7: «Greensleeves».
- Stage 8: «Speak Softly Love», by Andy Williams.
Note 1: The same songs was also used on its sequel, Magic Jewelry II.
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