If you enjoy playing “Bejeweled Blitz,” then you should know these “Bejeweled Blitz” tips. These “Bejeweled Blitz” tips will ensure that you do the best at this game that you possibly can, not only getting to a high level, but also getting a competitively high score.
- Play “Bejeweled Blitz" on a normal basis. One thing that you can’t get from any how to guide or tip guide is quick thinking; this comes with practice at “Bejeweled Blitz.” If you can just play for fifteen minutes every day, you will almost definitely get better because your mind will be used to playing and it will become quick and quicker at playing “Bejeweled Blitz” and being successful at it.
- Keep moving! In “Bejeweled Blitz,” the key is to not stop and think for any extended period of time. When playing “Bejeweled Blitz,” try moving as fast as you can and focus on getting sets of three and not necessarily strategizing. If you can keep moving the pieces around and scoring, you will score the most points because the four in rows will come automatically as you remove jewels and more jewels fall. Now with that said, don’t hesitate to get a bunch of jewels in a row in “Bejeweled Blitz” if you spot this kind of move.
- Don’t get caught up on the special jewels. In “Bejeweled Blitz,” when you get four jewels in a row, you get a special bomb jewel. If you get this jewel in a row with two or three other jewels of the same color, it will destroy all of the jewels around it and gain you a whole lot of points. Many people who play “Bejeweled Blitz” try and work these to where they will definitely use them, when it reality, there may be no foreseeable option to use them, and you may not use them at all. Just remember that all of your points are not in that one jewel and you are better off getting two other rows of three than spending ten seconds trying to use that special bomb jewel.
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