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Bejeweled 3

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Three in a row

The third part of the popular series of games in the genre three in a row, Bejeweled 3 was developed by the PopCap Games studio in 2010. The game was the fifth in the series, but the third one that received a number in the name. Originally released only on PC and Mac, but later it was ported to both consoles and mobile devices running Android, iOS, Java ME and Windows Phone. The developers called the game “the biggest Bejeweled experience available to date.” The game is available for free at partner sites.

What to do?

The goal of the game has not changed compared to the previous parts: the player must match three identical in color gem, which, if all is correct, they disappear. Rows of gems are constantly moving, and the game adds the random new gems on top screen. Thus, the player can launch a chain reaction and earn many points at once.

What’s new?

In the new part of Bejeweled, four new game modes appeared as well as new sound effects and improved graphics. However, this is true not for all versions of the game: so in the Java ME version, players have only four game modes available due to hardware limitations. There is Zen mode also in the game - a new one. There, players can customize the audio and visual components of the game and create their own meditative experience. There is no plot in the game, but you can earn 65 badges to prove the ultimate player’s skill.

Release date
Electronic Arts
PopCap Games
PopCap Games, Inc., PopCap Games
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
  • Processor: Intel Core Duo 1.66GHz or better processor
  • Memory: 1+GB of RAM
  • Graphics: 128+MB of video memory (256+MB recommended)
  • Hard Drive: 320+MB of free hard drive space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP2/Vista/7
  • Processor: 1.2+GHz processor
  • Memory: 1+GB of RAM
  • Graphics: 128+MB of video memory (256+MB recommended)
  • DirectX®: 9.0c or higher
  • Hard Drive: 320+MB of free hard drive space
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0c or higher sound
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All that Glitters
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Bejeweled 3 reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Moin Folks, today I'm going to break ne Lance for Bejeweled 3. It costs me just under €550 normal and In the Sale half?! I'm not quite sure, but so about the Spin. And do you certainly have more of it (not just in terms of Playing Time) than many a £50 Title ... After my first classic Game, I had already unlocked 11 of the Steam achievements, which was quite funny to see how all the Successes plundered. I had come to Level 12 and had something over 600k Points ... But I want to talk about the Game ...:D In fact, I have only played this one Game so far (just before I decided to write this Review) and there are a total of 7 others besides this already addictive Classic mode; 4 You have to unlock by reaching level 5 in the other 4 Modes (including the classic one), which should not be a Problem with classic Mode at least. But Watch out: Once you don't have a free Turn left in the classic Mode (and no Rubik's Cube), the Game is over. I really just wanted to touch it briefly to see what it's like and now I hung over a ne Hour. Man, I actually want to gamble Far Cry 4. :D Music also makes you feel Like in the Game and makes you forget the Time. Set an Alarm Clock before I play this Game, provided you still have something to do on the rest of The day!!! Glass-clear Purchase recommendation; Acute (perhaps chronic) risk Of Addiction!!! It doesn't have a Meta-score rating in the 80s for nothing! Will perhaps add to this Review once I have tested the other modes. (Unlocked by Level 5 in Classic Mode: "Poker")
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One of the great Classics among the Casual Games goes into the third Round with this Part and offers more Game than ever before. But the rounded principle remains: With The Click of a mouse or Holding and pulling, two adjacent ones are exchanged on a square Playing field full of Jewels. If you achieve at least a Series of three similar adjacent Jewels, these disappear and the above ones move back and the Gaps are filled from above. If one Manages to combine More than three jue worlds by Cleverly placing gaps and Triggering chain reaction more than three Jue worlds, it leads to special Stones, which either cross-shaped break down an entire horizontal and vertical Row or you blow the neighboring Stones out of the Way. As you have said, there are different Game Modes and this Time it really goes to the Full, which on the Jag after Trophies it is necessary to pass different Challenges. As an Example, you have to remove a certain Number of red and blue Jewels. No Problem in itself, except that you should keep both in Balance, otherwise a Scale moves one way or the other And the Game is lost when a Boundary has been crossed. In another Mode, the Jewels to be dismantling rise as Butterflies. When they Reach the top Edge, they go to the Net of a Spider. What needs to be prevented. Poker can even be piled, with more Points for high-quality Combinations. The Result of each Train is counted and you quickly realize that it is not so easy to mine the same Color four Times. These were just a few Examples to show how diverse This Bejeweled version is. Although I still like to play the fleet "Twist," this third Part has already taken up a lot of my Playing Time and it is suitable for a longer session in between. Technically, the Game is also at a good low Level, just as is customary for this Genre. On the one Hand, clear and tidy, but also garnished with many nice Effects. Also on the current Side, the Game comes with different musical Sub-paintings, depending on which mode you are playing. The "Twist" Music I like a little better, however, but that's not supposed to be a Criticism now. All in all, we have here probably the most varied "jewel turning game"-at least among the ones I know and these are already some.
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