History Videogame / Bejeweled

21st May '16 7:08:53 PM Lemia
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* GottaCatchEmAll: Charms in ''Stars'', which you get from opening chests that randomly appear when you complete levels. The stars themselves also have an element of this, as collecting them fills in constellations that give you skygems, coins, and great power-ups.
21st May '16 6:43:53 PM Lemia
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** ''Stars'' implements a similar Facebook-linking and coin-paying system, although the coins don't ''directly'' purchase you in-game boosts but instead lets you speed up crafting of them or get extra moves in levels. Fortunately, unlike ''Candy Crush Saga'', you ''don't'' have to pester Facebook friends to unlock later levels.
21st May '16 6:27:11 PM Lemia
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** ''Stars'', being clearly inspired by ''VideoGame/CandyCrushSaga'', has many levels that dive headlong into this trope.



* PowerUp: ''Blitz'' has five different power-up "rare gems" plus a sixth one that changes depending on the current holiday season, which change the mode of play for a single game (usually you can get a "rare gem streak" where you can buy up to three in a row for a discount):
** Moonstone: You start with three Star Gems in the field.
** Cat's Eye: At the end of the game, a cat ("Snackers" on Facebook, "Anchovy" on the portables) comes in and zaps the field 14 times, blowing up gems each time.
** Phoenix Prism: You occasionally get a wild card gem. When put into a combo, it breaks all gems within a diagonal line of sight, as well as the combo itself. At the end of the game, one more diagonal break occurs through the center of the board before the Last Hurrah. You then get an extra point bonus (5,000 x multiplier), and a coin bonus of up to 100,000 coins.
** Blazing Steed: Flame Gems break twice as many gems as normal, and the game begins in Blazing Speed. At the end of the game, the bottom half of the board is cleared by eight Flame Gems.
** Kanga Ruby: Occasionally, a kangaroo named Bruce comes in and breaks extra gems. How often Bruce appears can be accelerated by breaking red gems. The board begins in one of four red gem-rich patterns, with some being particularly rich for creating Hypercubes. At the end, Bruce will break up the board, then you get a coin bonus of 100 coins for each red gem you broke in the game.
** Flower Power: The current limited edition gem. Breaking purple flower gems causes a flower to grow, breaking not only a pattern around the gem, but all of the gems under the matched flower gem. At the end of the game, the player is given a choice from one of nine different flowers; behind each flower is a coin bonus, ranging from 1,000 coins to ''100,000'' coins.

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* PowerUp: ''Blitz'' has five different power-up "rare gems" plus a sixth one that changes depending on the current holiday season, which change the mode of play for a single game (usually you can get a "rare gem streak" where you can buy up to three in a row for a discount):
** Moonstone: You
discount). Some of these power-up gems are: Moonstone (you start with three 3 Star Gems in on the field.
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field), Cat's Eye: At the end of the game, a Eye (a cat ("Snackers" on Facebook, "Anchovy" on the portables) comes in and zaps the field 14 times, blowing up gems each time.
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times at game's end), and Phoenix Prism: You occasionally get Prime (gives you a chance of getting a wild card gem. When put into a combo, it breaks all gems within a diagonal line of sight, as well as the combo itself. At the end of the game, one more diagonal break occurs through the center of the board before the Last Hurrah. You then get an extra point bonus (5,000 x multiplier), and a coin bonus of up to 100,000 coins.
gem).
** Blazing Steed: ''Stars'' lets you craft your own power-ups with skygems you collect in levels. They include Flame Gems break twice as many gems as normal, and the game begins in Blazing Speed. At the end of the game, the bottom half of the board is cleared by eight Flame Gems.
** Kanga Ruby: Occasionally, a kangaroo named Bruce comes in and breaks extra gems. How often Bruce appears can be accelerated by breaking red gems. The board begins in one of four red gem-rich patterns,
Swappers that swap any gem with some being particularly rich for creating Hypercubes. At a flame counterpart, Scramblers that remix the end, Bruce will break up the entire board, then you get a coin bonus of 100 coins for each red gem you broke in the game.
** Flower Power: The current limited edition gem. Breaking purple flower gems causes a flower to grow, breaking not only a pattern around the
Hammers that smash any gem, but all of the gems under the matched flower gem. At the end of the game, the player is given a choice from one of nine different flowers; behind each flower is a coin bonus, ranging from 1,000 coins to ''100,000'' coins.and much more.


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** ''Stars'' brings them back in several levels. Sometimes you need to collect a certain number of them; other times they're just there to make completing the level's objective more difficult.
21st May '16 6:17:19 PM Lemia
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* ''Bejeweled Stars'': implements ''VideoGame/CandyCrushSaga''-like objective-based gameplay with crystals and gravels that need to be cleared and skygems that can be collected to craft power-ups.
21st Mar '16 12:31:29 PM ElliottB1
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* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: Both ''2'' and ''Twist'' have an "exploring space" theme to them. Then comes ''3'', with an "ancient world" theme.
9th Jan '16 5:22:01 PM ElliottB1
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18th Nov '15 6:57:51 PM RAMChYLD
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* PrettyButterflies: Bejeweled 3's ''Butterfly'' minigame, where the goal is to liberate the butterflies by matching the gems and making sure none of them reach the top of the playfield where an evil spider awaits to eat them.
6th Sep '15 5:09:12 AM Mhazard
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** Averted in ''Bejeweled Blitz'' (iOS Version)
6th Sep '15 5:03:41 AM Mhazard
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* MadBomber: Should you be a DangerouslyGenreSavvy and plan to craft as many exploding gems as possible, you can bombard the whole puzzle over and over again.
6th Sep '15 5:02:00 AM Mhazard
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* SoundtrackDissonance: For a game with so many explosions, the cheerful and calm music playing for the ''whole time'' is prone to this.
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