Summary: I enjoy this game. As far as freemium games go, the business model of this game is fair. The heart system (commonly known as energy in other freemiums) replenishes quickly. Also, you don't have to pay for crystals you get them easily enough. Treasures of Montezuma Blitz makes great use of the Vita's rear touch pad, which is something you don't see very often in Vita games.
Summary: One of vitas hidden gems, Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is a time consuming addictive game that follows simple bejewelled style gameplay that can often get repetitive however the great features sometimes can be handy and weekly competitions add for great fun between your mates on your friends list
Summary: This is a Bejewled rip-off... Who gives a **** Its still fun and worth your time, especially when its free. Gives you some trophies which is wicked and really displays some interesting motion control usage. Fun, funky gameplay.
Summary: The gameplay is engaging, particularly with a one minute timer, and the animations and graphics are all very smooth and clear. I'd give this game a higher rating if it weren't for the limitations on number of plays and the scarcity of gems. Also the unnecessarily long startup time connecting to PSN seems unnecessary. But hey, it's a free game and a pretty addicting one at that.
Summary: Game play wise, it's good. Bejeweled with a social aspect and score chasing with friends. However, the constant demand to buy "jewels" just to play the basic game can get annoying. If you approach it knowing you'll only play one or two brief games a day it works just fine, since there is a once a day scratch off thing that usually nets you at least enough to play one game.
Summary: fun little bejewled clone. But it is a clone, not the original. Also the microtransactions are HORRIBLE! Leave these type of games where they belong...on the computer/smartphone. I really hope that developers would stop trying thing.
Summary: Although I'm giving it a 3 - it's not all that bad, it's terribly cynical, and it's the kind of game that can damage the Vita's reputation... but as long as you're not sucked in to actually paying for anything - it's actually not a bad distraction for 10 minutes a day... there are worse things you can do with your time! Nice power-ups, clever features, but horrendously restrictive... almost to the verge of unplayable unless you do unlock everything...