Bejeweled by Wild Tangent is their take on the beloved series of games, which was first developed by PopCap Games in 2001 intended for browsers. There have been 2 direct sequels of the series, of which the second, Bejeweled 2 Deluxe, is part of Wild Tangent’s series of flash games. The gameplay of Bejeweled, which is consistent among the sequels, involves lining up 3 or more identical gems in a row or column (horizontal or vertical, respectively); this is called a chain and the chain disappears. A gap appears, therefore, which will then be filled by falling gems from the top. The action of the chains sometimes causes up to 8 gems to disappear, netting the player more points, or a cascade effect, where multiple chains are set off by the falling gems when they form a chain with the adjacent gems.
Though Bejeweled can be tried for free, it requires a purchase, or alternatively as a free games pack for new desktop PCs or laptops. There had been some concern if it was spyware, and though a definitive answer is yet to be determined, it is usually harmless and what activity it does in the background is only for updating and advertising purposes.
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