Bejeweled 3 (NA)
Third party DRM: OriginPlease note that the free third-party service, Origin, must be used to activate this title.
The biggest, brightest Bejeweled ever!
Discover all-new ways to play the world’s #1 puzzle game. Find your perfect match with 8 breathtaking game modes that meet all your moods — ease into Classic Bejeweled for cascades of fun, journey through 40 challenging Quest puzzles, charge into the electrifying Lightning for non-stop action, and tailor your experience in Zen for a revolutionary new way to relax.
Enjoy the amazing sights and sounds and engage in endless gem-matching fun, and earn flashy achievement badges as you soar to dazzling new heights!
- 8 ways to play:
With so many new ways to play, you’ll find a perfect match for every mood!
- Classic mode:
Play the most popular puzzle game of the century, with powerful new gems and new ultra-smooth gameplay
- Quest mode:
Journey through 40 magical puzzles in this multifaceted Bejeweled challenge!
- Zen mode:
Tailor your experience with sights, sounds and binaural beats to create your own relaxing retreat
- Lightning mode:
Charge up with a challenging timed game of heart-pounding, gem-blasting fun!
- Secret modes:
Unlock 4 all-new games as you play
Earn up to 65 badges to prove your multifaceted skills
- High-definition graphics:
Amazing sights and sounds — Bejeweled is more sparkling than ever before!
- Ultra-smooth action:
Make multiple matches while new gems fall into place
Just Bejeweledharpiegirl | July 1, 2014 | See all harpiegirl's reviews »
Yup, this is definitely Bejeweled.
This game has quite a few new features over the old versions. However, I find that the badges don't really add any of the motivation that achievements usually add. That aside, the graphics are super crisp, I run the game at 1360 x 768 resolution (although a larger version, my monitor is quite large and likes to be weird with the resolution) which can sometimes (okay, often) mess with games, just fine without any weird stretching issues.
If you have a weird monitor like me and like bejeweled, this is definitely worth a purchase, however I can't say it's worth the full $20 seeing as you can play a similar version online for free in the meantime and well, it's just Bejeweled; wait for a sale.You definitely get what you expected out of the purchase though, which is a lot better than most can say about a game.
Fun!Simao20 | Oct. 12, 2013 | See all Simao20's reviews »
Who hasn't played a Bejeweled game? One of the better puzzle and matching games around. Some new game modes for added longevity makes the game better. It is basic in premise but addicting and fun. You match as many as possible with the higher the matches the more points you get and you keep going until you can't anymore. Its a good casual arcade game that can be played by just about anyone which is great for people who just don't play games much that can play and kill a lot of times. Its certainly worth recommending to parents and friends who will get a kick out of a challenge and are new to games
IT'S BEJEWELED!ronburgundy | May 11, 2013 | See all ronburgundy's reviews »
Look, this is just bejewled all over again. Same game, same fun, same addiction. Some fun new modes, but it is still the same game you loved for years now. It's good for a laptop game, for something you can play while on the run, or just killing a little bit of time. Of course, the obvious downfall is origin, nobody likes it, it's intrusive, but if you like bejeweled, you can look past it for this iteration. For the price, it's worth it, and is an enjoyable, yet addictive game. So if you liked Bejeweled 1, or 2, then you will for sure enjoy the newest entry in the series, I mean, how much can they really change?
Match 3, the gamemugaro | March 10, 2013 | See all mugaro's reviews »
You've probably played some version of this on a web browser, smart phone or regular game. It's just a simple time waster, best played in windowed mode with the TV or itunes on. It can be addicting, but it's not something you're going to spend crazy amounts of time on. Some of the final achievements are really hard to get.
There's a lot of different variations of game modes, but they are ultimately the same thing of just "match 3 of the same color".
Amazingly addictive fun!PM_DMNKLR | Feb. 5, 2013 | See all PM_DMNKLR's reviews »
Jewel Quest, as a series, tends to hold true to being fun. JQ3 is no different in that respect. With some new added features and of course some enhanced visuals, prepare to get your bling on because these jewels are ready to rock! Odd that this particular version requires Origin to activate though, but admittedly Origin is definitely improving.
Great fun game, get it if you can afford it.