Disney Princess: Magical Jewels for Nintendo DS invites girls to play as their favorite Disney Princesses in an enchanted adventure. Girls explore the game at their own pace and skill level to recover the Magical Jewels and restore the magical power of a kingdom. In a magic-filled romp through locations familiar to young girls, players experience the excitement of interacting with the environments through the Nintendo DS touch screen to solve puzzles and tasks that help each Princess on her adventure. A tiered design provides an accessible play experience for the younger player, yet also provides layers of challenges for older players. Multiplayer modes allow the player to have a friend join the fun.
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Play as one of your favorite Disney Princesses as you adventure through fun-filled enchanted locations
Recover the stolen Magical Jewels and restore the magical power of the kingdom in a new Disney Princess story
Collect a variety of in-game items throughout the levels to unlock each Princess's golden dress
Use the DS stylus to draw in missing areas of the kingdom (i.e. bridges, steps etc.)
Challenge a friend in wireless multiplayer mini games
Disney Princess Magical Jewels is rated
3.2 out of
Rated 5 out of
My childhoodThis game was my actual childhood and I loved it and was trying to find it for a while I loved it when I was younger
Date published: 2020-05-11
Rated 4 out of
Good for younger kidsMy 7 year old daughter loved this game, simple gameplay that works well for kids.
Date published: 2020-03-30
Rated 3 out of
Slightly boring ( Warning! Spoilers!)Before I bought this game I read reviews that it is for young girls. Well they were right about that. The game is colorful and I like the special wallpapers and dresses you can earn by helping each princess find 12 special items in each stage (ex. for Belle they are roses), but it gets repetitive pretty fast. Find jewel, chase ice witch, rinse and repeat until all jewels are found and Spryte saves the day. The princesses' voices are cute, however, and there is a cute plot for each princess story. Not bad, but definitely not for any gamer who wants a challenge and not to repeat themselves.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 3 out of
MEDIOCREit makes you stressed out but it can make you play for many months and it could give you an urge to keep going
Date published: 2013-05-12
Rated 3 out of
Good for Young girls new to gamesI wouldn't give it to my 10 year old neice, but my 4 year old would love it. This game is very cute, after all its Disney princesses. So I think the graphics are okay, as with the sound. Basically, an "evil woman" steals some jewels and you have to find them as the princesses. It is split into four sections (belle, cinderella, snow white, and aurora) and you use that princess to search her world. You are lead by a sort of fairy who knocks jewels down for the princess (as she can only move left or right) There is also no way for the princess to ever get hurt. The controls are very simple and use only the stylus. This is great for a very young girl who is new to gaming. I wouldn't recommend it for slightly older players because it is very repetitive and can get boring quick. There don't seem to be any mini side games, as in Tinkerbell.