Bejeweled is a puzzle game by PopCap Games, first developed for browsers in 2001. The objective of this game is to swap one gem with an adjacent gem to form a horizontal or vertical chain of three or more gems. Bonus points are given when more than three identical gems are formed or form two lines of identical gems in one swap. Gems disappear when chains are formed and gems fall from the top to fill in gaps.
Bejeweled 2 is a web-based game, sequel to Bejeweled, developed and published by PopCap Games. In 2004, Bejeweled 2 Deluxe was released. They both add extra game modes and features to the game. Bejeweled 2 features various secret gameplay modes that can be accessed by beating levels of Classic, Puzzle, Endless, and Action modes.
And what differences you can see in Bejeweled 3?
"The first thing you're going to notice about Bejeweled 3 is that it's a bit heftier than its predecessor. This isn't necessarily a bad thing; after all, fancy graphics and spiffy sounds take up space, but you'll need a somewhat up-to-date computer if you expect to run it."
"Every single aspect of the visuals has gotten a complete overhaul. Blocks, backgrounds, menu screens, animations: It's all been redone in extra crisp high definition. Assuming you have the screen for it, Bejeweled 3 supports a resolution of 1920x1200. That's a bit better than 1080p. To borrow a phrase from the announcer, it's quite excellent." Full Review.
The developers would like to release the version 2, version 3 or more versions of their games as the tech updating. However, how many differences you can find in the new versions? The high-definition graphics or more in-game characters? Anyway, the most important thing that a game developer must know is if you want to expand the user community , you should pay more attention to fundamentally upgrade the gameplay but not only the graphics.
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