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Bejeweled 3 is as great as any other Bejeweled game, but if you still play another iteration regularly it might not seem new enough. Still, if you have $20 to spare, you’ll get a lot of fun out of it, blissfully color-matching for hours. Don’t say we didn’t warn you (over and over).
Bejeweled 3 doesn't do anything particularly earth shattering and it doesn't re-invent the wheel—but it doesn't have to. The new modes are on the whole just fantastic. They all operate under the same rules and controls of the simple game, but require separate strategies and change in degrees of difficulty. I suspect that the key to PopCaps’ success with this series lies within its high replay value. If this is the case, Bejeweled 3's new modes, sights, and sounds is certain to bring many converts over to the church of Bejeweled.