Summary: Great Game but I'm lazy, LOL. I got so excited with Bejeweled 3 that playing the Twist sounded fun. Then I found out I gotta "think" harder. Not for me. It's a great game for someone who wants to push their brains, but I'm a lazy player and I'll stick with my Bejeweled 3. The kids can mess with twist if they ever decide they like it.
Summary: Not what I expected and a little different from Bejeweled 1-2 or 3. I'm still getting the hang of it but it seems the twisting makes you miss out on some great moves. I like Bejeweled 3 better, you have more control to get the combinations you need.
Summary: Two out of three can be used. One of the games would not download. I was dissappointed. When I tried to download the 3rd one a warning came up that it may corupt my computer. I paid too much for my computer to let that happen. So, I didn't get all that I paid for. The download should have been simple like the other two, but it wasn't.
Summary: I cannot play the game on my computer. I cannot see the mouse controller to move the jewels around/play the game. I have another bejeweled game that I am able to play on my PC. I have plenty of memory, etc I'll try it on another computer to see if it works better.
Summary: I played the original version of this game. This new version is slick, with vibrant colors and graphics. It has several modes of play, and can keep you challenged with new tasks. I like it because I don't want to be "challenged" to the point of becoming frustrated playing the game. It's a happy-medium. There is also a "Zen" setting that allows you to play at your own pace, without timers, countdowns or any stress at all. Amazon has provided a vid. It's worth watching.