Popcap's Crown Jewel
"Bejeweled Twist" is a ton of fun. It takes the easy but addictive gameplay from the other Bejeweled games and mixes it up with colorful, mostly 3D graphics and a new way to match gems--by twisting. Instead of moving gems one at a time, you rotate a batch of four gems clockwise to match three or more. It's a simple gimmick that anyone can get used to, but when added to the game's other factors (speed bonus, chain bonus, challenge bonus, level progress, ect.), there's a lot of depth and strategy involved. There's four modes to keep you occupied: Classic, Blitz, Challenge and Zen. In Classic mode, your goal is to obtain points my making matches and progressing through the levels while disposing of bomb pieces (no time limit here, but making speedy matches can help). Blitz is your standard timed mode: You get five minutes to rack up as many points as possible on a single board while--like in Classic--dealing with bombs that drop in randomly. Challenge pits you against your choice of various tasks, some of which will really take some thinking. Zen is a relaxing, untimed mode where there are no bomb pieces or challenges...you can just make matches at your leisure and get used to the game engine. The music of "Bejeweled Twist" is quite good in it's own right; the swirling synthesizer melodies fit the spacey backdrops perfectly. Whether you're a casual gamer that just likes to play around, or a hardcore gamer looking for an outlet to break the monotony of big-budget titles, I'm confident you'll find something to like about "Bejeweled Twist". As far as puzzle games go, it's a winner.
I Would Recomend This Game To Casual Gamers Only. This Game Is So Awsome That Hardcore Gamers Would Not Like It That Much. Hardcore Gamers Out There Don't Buy This Game Or Rent It You Might Throw Up Because You Don't Like It.