Bejewelled 2 (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Popcap PC games
Description:Manufacturer: PopCap / Genre: Puzzle / Take the classic game of gem-swapping to euphoric new heights! Adapted from its predecessor, Bejeweled 2 features four unique ways to play. Solve handcrafted brain teasers in puzzle mode while up against the clock or ... more
Bejewelled 2 (PC) ... kick back, relax, and enjoy endless mode. With awe-inspiring planetary backdrops, explosive new gems, and dazzling special effects, Bejeweled 2 is more wildly addictive than ever before!
Newest Review: ... like £5 due to some discount code I cashed in against it - and then you would have different modes of play, i.e. non-timed ... more
Customer Bejewelled 2 (PC) Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Bejewelled Blitz... a simple game which is Oh soooo addictive!!! Quite simply, the process of swapping different coloured gems to make a row of three, four or five sounds simple enough, but it gets to a point where you cannot stop!! I purchased this game quite a few years ago for the PC, and I remember paying something like £5 due to some discount code I cashed in against it - and then you would have different modes of play, i.e. non-timed (so until you ran out of moves), different levels (which would get harder as you progress and time would also run out), puzzles (about 20 different challenges) and another which I cannot remember - this is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
My introduction to Bejwelled 2 was the facebook application 'Bejewelled Blitz'. I discovered it during my exams and unfortunately fell victim to this addictive little game. Subsequently I bought Bejewelled 2 as an app on my iPod touch for £2.99, and this is basically the Bejewelled 2 listed here with the added Bejewelled Blitz. The premise is simple; you swap pairs of coloured jewels to make lines of three or more. Three in a row makes the jewels vanish, giving you points. Four in a row creates a special gem which, when combined with the correct colours, explodes and takes out its neighbours. Five in a row gives you a super gem which when swapped with any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/10, updated on 06/02/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
I'll just have one more game... No you won't. This game by PopCap is addictive! The aim of the game is to swap one gem by clicking on it with another, adjacent gem, in order to make a chain of the same jewels. You need to make a chain of three in order for the chain to disappear and earn points, and when this happens the gems at the top will drop down to fill the blank space, therefore allowing other gems to be placed into the game. More point are awarded for longer chains. Sometimes by making one chain, the other gems can drop down and if there are gems 'in the right place at the right time' this could lead to a cascade where very quickly lots of links ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
The game is a simple one; you have to link together jewels of the same type within the game grid as jewels fall from the top of the game screen. The game passes time well and can become a little addictive. This second version of the game includes puzzle mode whereby you have to remove all of the gems on a screen following a specific pattern to complete each level which adds some interest to the game. This game as a great time-waster to play but free online flash versions are available and personally I wouldn't pay the price for this PC version, there just is not enough entertainment and variety within the game for it to be worth the price. Although this is a good, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09 (Useful, 5 readings)
Bejeweled is one of those games that just gets a bit addictive. It's a simple concept where you have to link similar jewels in a falling grid. There is an element of strategy to avoid getting stuck but luck is possibly more important. A good fun timewaster that's not as intense as something like tetris but with more action than minesweeper. My major problem with this product is the price. The game is dressed up in a number of different ways but in the end it's a pretty simple and not worth paying the premium for something that could easily be implemented on flash online. But that's no comment on the gameplay of what is fundamentally an entertaining concept, if one that .. Read the complete review
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