Destructoid: At many times these past few weeks you could have found me in a dark room, with my face lit only by a computer screen's light. My face would be half smiling, and my eyes would be half open, stuck in a blissful state. In my glasses you'd see the reflection of colorful gems cascading down the lenses and onto my cheeks like shiny candy tears of joy. I've been playing Bejeweled 3.
The magic of match-three gameplay returns in the newest version of America's favorite time sink. There has always been something almost therapeutic in swapping two colorful gems on a board to match three, and then watching them clear to make way for more swapping possibilities. That crack-like core gameplay is still present in Bejeweled 3, but now the game has many more tricks up its sleeves to make fully sure that never reach 100 percent productivity at work again.
Don't be surprised if I stop writing this review to go back and play Bejeweled 3.