Summary: Did not like this game from PopCap. It is not my cup of tea. I didn't spend much time fooling around with it because I don't think I got the purpose of it. It was cheap though. So didn't lose much. My grand children might like it.
Summary: I bought this game thinking that I also got Peggle Nights since it was advertised as "Bejeweled Twist with Peggle Nights". This is absolutely not true. I got the game Bejeweled Twist but have to buy Peggle Nights if I want to play it, beyond the trial period. This was definitely a big disappointment to me as I had thought I got both games. This has definitely gotten me to rethinking my satisfaction with the purchases I make at Amazon.com.
Summary: Was not impressed. I had been anticipating this release for some time and then was disappointing when it finally did come out. Worth playing to make your own decision, but there is little change in game play, and it seems a little to bulky for me to go in and just play a level or two in my spare time (which was the biggest plus to the original 2).
Summary: Okay, what is up with the completely out of context (and not very well designed) space theme going on here? Has PopCap never heard the rule 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it?' I don't find the new style of matching very compelling; it gets boring much more quickly than the previous style. But why the compulsion to add all the space junk? Ridiculous! I'll stick with the first 2 brilliant, relaxing editions and give this one a pass.