Author: Taurus Media |
Size: 4.33 Mb |
Requires: Win All |
License: Freeware |
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It is a clone based off the popular "Bejeweled" internet game, but with a Halloween theme. For the most part it plays exactly the same. One difference is you can choose from three tilesets at any time. The sound effects change with the tiles too. Playing the game is quite simple. You click two adjacent tiles which swap positions. If there is a match of three or more tiles horizontally or vertically they disappear. The more you match the more points you score. The more points you get the faster the bomb fuse depletes. Deplete it completely for a big explosion, clearing a bunch of tiles for even more points. Additionally, you get lots of points for matches created from falling tiles.
As time goes on your score really starts to add up. You will notice the difficulty increase as new tiles are added. Initially you start with 5 different tiles. There are 10 in all, and a new one will be added after every milestone in your score. For example, at 25,000 points you get a new tile. The next milestone is 50,000, and so on. As the difficulty increases time becomes crucial. If you take too long to find matching tiles, the sand in the hourglass runs out and it's game over.
The game is designed to run in a windowed mode by default so that you can access other programs on your computer. For example, if you get tired of the game's music, turn it off and listen to your own. The window mode is fully resizable so you can make it any shape you want.
You will find BeGhouled to be an easy to pick-up-and-play game. The question is will you be able to put it down?