Quick Review: Jewel Breaker for BlackBerry smartphones

By Ryan Blundell on 15 Sep 2011 01:31 pm EDT
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Jewel Breaker

For some, games are a necessity on their BlackBerry smartphones. They’re great time killers and they make you look extremely busy (unless someone is looking over your shoulder). Toysoft Development Inc recently brought their version of one of my favourite types of games to the mobile platform; Jewel Breaker. More than likely, you’ve probably seen a game like this before; a screen full of different coloured gems and you have to side-swap them in order to make a vertical or horizontal line of 3 or more. They disappear and more fall from above to fill in the gaps. I personally enjoy this type of game, as its mindless fun, and allows me to grab as many gems as I want without having to run away from a Jewellery store security guard.

Jewel Breaker has three game modes to choose from; Standard, Timed and Infinite. You cannot switch between games modes once one has been selected – you have to exit the game and start again. The colours and graphics used for the game are quite vivid, although there were a couple of small glitches found. At times, a gem would be replaced by a black square or the white border used to indicate a selected gem, which would appear on several gems simultaneously. On my Bold 9900, I would only see these when playing the game using the trackpad; touch screen play was flawless. Speaking of BlackBerry models, the game can be played on the BlackBerry Curve 9350/9360/9370, Bold 9700/9780/9900/9930, Torch 9800/9810/9850/9860, Tour and Storm 1 and 2. I should also warn youjojij that the sound effects are loud by default, so you had better use that volume rocker to turn that down so to not disturb your classmates or colleagues. If you’d like to pick up Jewel Breaker, you can buy it for $0.99 from BlackBerry App World.

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8 comments

UnknownError507

Im interested to buy this game, to help the DEV. but how it is comparing to others it has lag? it drain battery fast??

I was a Bejewel addict back in the days and to be honest i would like to have this game on my phone.

Smiley88

The game does not drain battery and it should run as any other app. If you want to conserve battery then turn off the volume.

TomCanuck

Would like a game along these lines, but too many bad experiances with Toysoft. :(

diffused

...But I cannot purchase anything trough app world (error 10000). If any knows of where else it can be had I would appreciate it. I will hunt around myself.

fghard

I have the original bejeweled in my torch 9800 and it works fine; This is cheaper I guess but it seems a little bit laggier than the original, and also the touchscreen doesnt feel as responsive. Its a good game with a great price, but I would still get the other one. I would love devs to come up with different games or emulate games that we dont have on Blackberry OS, As angry farm did. Sorry for my english.

fghard

Still im buying it, the only way to get good apps/games is to support devs

elphie28

It's an ok game. Yes, it is a little laggy, but I use it to relax for a few minutes so it works for me