Bejeweled 2

About Bejeweled 2

Bejeweled 2The objective of the game is to swap one gem with an adjacent one to form a chain of three or more gems of the same color. When such a chain is created, the gems disappear, causing randomly generated gems to fall from the top to take the matched gems’ place. Sometimes, falling gems automatically line up, causing chain reactions. This is called a cascade. The player tries to match three to five of the same color gems together either horizontally or vertically. Every swap gives you score, which is stated at the bottom of the page in the score bar. A normal swap is three gems. Once swapped, three new gems come in.

Bonus and Jackpots

A match of four gems creates a power gem. Power gems explode gems so more score is added to the score bar. A match of five gems creates a hyper cube. When swapped, a hyper cube destroys any of the gems of the same color gem it was swapped with. In Bejeweled 2, several secret game modes can be unlocked. By reaching Level 18 in Classic Mode, a game mode called Twilight is unlocked. In this mode, the gravity changes with each move, alternating between gems falling from the top, and then from the bottom. It appears in the menu but not on the main screen. By reaching Level 9 in the Action Mode, a game mode called Hyper is unlocked. Hyper is like Action, but much faster paced, being four times faster. However, the cascade continues if a legal move is found within half-a-second of the previous cascade, even if the gems have settled.

By completing the puzzles of the planets in Puzzle Mode, the game mode Cognito is unlocked. Cognito is like Puzzle Mode, but with points and a separate high scores list, and using a hint causes you to get 0 points for the level. If Cognito is completed without using any clues for any puzzle, it will play the last puzzle endlessly. Overall Bejeweled 2 is a simple and highly addictive game. Everyone is sure to enjoy this fabulous game.