Improves and expands upon the game fifty million players know and love. Gorgeous in high-res. New soundtrack. Objective-based modes. Addictive.
Classic gemmatching fun, Most of the new modes are excellent, Bright visuals and sound effects, Quest mode provides a nice sense of progression.
Plenty of modes to fool around with, achievements to unlock, and butterysmooth gameplay
Steep requirements for a casual game. Addictive.
A high price for a safe sequel, No online leaderboards, Zen mode doesn't satisfy.
Not all of those new modes are well thought out; Zen mode smells like bunk
By Blogcritics on July 12, 2011
There are some games that people never seem to get tired of, and the Bejeweled series is apparently one of them. In the latest installment, Bejeweled 3 adds onto what its predecessors began: lots of mouse-clicking and matching. The infectious...100
By About.com on May 24, 2011
But while some social features and updated visuals would have been nice, Bejeweled 3 is still the best match-3 game on the market. The sheer wealth of game modes is incredible, as it the variety. This isn't just any match-3. There's something...90
By Realm of Gaming on May 20, 2011
Bejeweled 3 is the surprisingly addictive puzzle game by PopCap which was released in December of 2010. Players swap gems in order to make paths of like-colors disappear, thereby increasing the score and unlocking nifty graphics and special effects....80
By NZGamer on January 28, 2011
Theres something enormously satisfying about lining up and knocking things down in the name of entertainment: dominoes, tenpins, pedestrians Well, maybe not the pedestrians [i beg to differ - Ed.], but you get the idea. Nearly a decade ago,...80
By GamePlanet on January 13, 2011
Productivity at an all-time high? Not any...80
By Diehard GameFAN on December 16, 2010
Bejeweled 3 takes the basic 3-match gameplay that defined its predecessors and adds yet another series of twists to stay as fresh and addicting as ever. Players will have eight modes of play in total, four of which are available from the start. Each...-
By Strategy Informer on December 15, 2010
Looking over the last 10 years in ‘casual’ gaming, there is one title that has been repeatedly hailed as the pinnacle of mass appeal, Pop Cap’s Bejeweled. The concept is simple, match sets of 3 or more jewels in a square grid to score...85
By PC Advisor on December 14, 2010
Despite a hit-or-miss assortment of new and old modes, Bejeweled addicts are guaranteed to flock to this game in droves – and why not? Bejeweled 3 takes a few risks, and the result is essentially Bejeweled 2 plus a handful of both worthwhile and...80
By PC Mag on December 13, 2010
Bejeweled 3 brings a treasure chest of improvements and enhancements to its gem-smashing predecessor. Just in time for the holidays, it's priced to stuff some stockings....80
By Tech Olive on December 11, 2010
Undisputed kings of the casual gaming scene, PopCap Games entrust us with the third installment in what is arguably their most popular series yet, Bejeweled. Is there enough left to squeeze out of this tube of toothpaste? Or will we be left with an...90