Bejeweled and Alchemy Go Gold
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MacPlay today announced that the Mac versions of PopCap’s popular puzzle games, Bejeweled and Alchemy have gone gold and have been released for manufacturing.
Here's more from the official press release:
Bejeweled, enjoyed over 17 million times online, is a fast paced gem-matching puzzle that will keep players coming back again and again. Players swap gems on the board to align at least 3 gems in a row, either horizontally or vertically, to collect points and make the collection disappear while more gems fall into place. In Alchemy, the player is a wizard who must transform the ordinary into the invaluable in this addictive, brain-tickling puzzle. The ancient art of alchemy involves the transformation of worthless metals into glittering gold. Throughout history, most have failed, but stories have materialized of mystical wizards who discovered the secrets of this ancient art.Both games will ship as a bundle to retail with an MSRP of $19.99 and are available for purchase at the MacPlay store.
“The great thing about Bejeweled and Alchemy is that even if you have the Palm™ version, you will still want to own Bejeweled and Alchemy for your Mac. The games are so addictive you will want a copy for every machine you own,” said Henry Price, Director of Sales and Marketing at MacPlay.
The Macintosh version is even more fun than the online version with loads of new features, new sound effects and music, completely new game modes and spectacular high-resolution graphics.
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