Reviews and Problems with Downloadable Bejeweled 2 Deluxe + Download Protection
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Captures Your Interest
Sharon Beverly, Amazon
8 August 2014
Summary: Some of us can't seem to lose the fascination with games that we had as children. This one's just as much fun. Even better, when no one else is around to play with, you can indulge in 'free time' all by yourself. I like the large display of colorful graphics, the fast movement of the 'jewels' as they slide into place, and the challenges of creating ever better scores per game. For variety, it can be played in single games, endless ones, or timed.
Summary: I just don't understand the popularity of this game! It's so BORING! The game has nothing in it! There are no trophies to win, no artifacts to collect, no building to construct, NOTHING! I only played ten minutes and I was bored silly. If you want to play a 3-match game, I say choose one of the Jewel Quest series or Around the World on 80 Days.
Summary: Fun at first but...there's a bug imbeded in the program that will limit your scores after a certain length of ownership time, presumably to frustrate you into eventually buying another one of their sorry products. Bad move, development pinheads (and so typical nowadays). Don't buy any of their games unless you enjoy disappointment and frustration. They need to be punished for thinking they're so clever.
Summary: I'm a 62-year old granny. Other than sugar, this is my only addiction. Bejeweled is a great stress-buster and the graphics are gorgeous. The added bonus of "Peggle" was a real surprise. I'm not one who plays video or computer games, but I'm sure hooked on these two.