Summary: Bejeweled Twist removes the barriers of traditional match-3 games. Instead of swapping adjacent jewels to make a set, players rotate an entire 2x2 block of gems clockwise in an effort to create a line of three or more gems of the same type.
Excerpt: Those whacky developers at Popcap Games have released another frustratingly addictive and equally entertaining puzzle game. Bejeweled Twist is dubbed a casual game which means it can be played by all types of people and not just gamers and this latest incarnation is no exception to the rule.
Excerpt: Bejeweled Twist is precisely what its title implies: a twist on the classic Bejeweled formula. This doesn't sound particularly ambitious until you stop to think about it. Bejewled has been experienced by millions of people throughout the world.
Excerpt: Expectations in video games vary in many ways. Some gamers have expectations of great sound, music and graphics. Others expect something more emotional and look for games that make them angry, compassionate and joyful. Yet few gamers expect a game to …
Excerpt: Two things immediately come to mind as I begin this review. First of all, yes, I am in fact aware that I’m just now reviewing a game that came out last year. I’m chalking this one up in the ‘better late than never’ category.
Conclusion: Despite the silly roulette wheel thing, it's still addictive. I've played it for hours. The other night I was sitting opposite someone and I realised instead of listening to what they were saying, I was wondering what would happen if I rotated their facial features clockwise.