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Bejeweled Twist (DS)

Bejeweled Twist (DS)
alaScore 83

5 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Bejeweled Twist

 

This explosive puzzle game is sometimes too chaotic for its own good, but it's difficult to put down once you get sucked in.

Explodable gems mix up the action ; Challenge mode offers unique objectives for puzzle veterans ; Zen mode provides a relaxing complement to the chaotic Classic mode

Two-player mode requires two carts and suffers from lag ; No way to rotate your blocks counterclockwise

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Bejeweled Twist

 

Other publishers only wish their stumbles were this good.

Bejeweled Twist is a decent puzzler for the DS, despite remaining my least favorite entry in the Bejeweled series. It just doesn’t have the immediate pop of previous chapters. I think slowing it down and adding bad luck kills were mistakes. But even...

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IGN: Bejeweled Twist

 

Bejeweled Twist is a solid puzzler that just lacks the immediate “gotcha” factor of past entries or other PopCap gems. I just never got hooked on Bejeweled Twist and this DSi version did nothing to sway my opinion. However, this 500-point edition is a...

A cheap way to see if the new Bejeweled is your bag.

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Bejeweled Twist [DSiWare]

 

As the title implies, this version of PopCap's popular match-three puzzle game gets a bit of twist. Instead of swapping two jewels in an attempt to create matches of three or more, gamers must now rotate a cube of four jewels. Other than the altered match

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Bejeweled Twist

 

This explosive puzzle game is sometimes too chaotic for its own good, but it's difficult to put down once you get sucked in.

Explodable gems mix up the action ; Challenge mode offers unique objectives for puzzle veterans ; Zen mode provides a relaxing complement to the chaotic Classic mode

Two-player mode requires two carts and suffers from lag ; No way to rotate your blocks counterclockwise