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What is The best Bejeweled Twist clone for Gnu/linux. I know about like Kdiamond and Geweled, but those games are don't have sound or good graphics. I know One good Bejeweled Clone for Gnu/Linux Hotei Jewels Relax but that wasn't a Bejeweled Twist clone. F.I.Y I only run thing natively in Gnu/Linux And I don't use Compatibility layers or emulations over they are buggy and they don't use the Gnu/linux file hierarchy.

Thank you.

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closed as primarily opinion-based by Braiam, Lucio, Jorge Castro, chaskes, Avinash Raj Jan 4 '14 at 3:47

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Bejeweled Twist worked just fine under Wine for me when I tested it.

I can't suggest any clones, because to my knowledge there are no Bejeweled Twist clones as yet on Linux. Bejeweled Twist is still a bit new, and so you need to give it some time before anyone attempts to clone it. There is also a risk of a clone being shut down, since Popcap is now run by EA (and EA doesn't like clones).

Your best bet is to give in and use Wine (as I said, it worked fine for me when I tested it).

Also, you said Gweled doesn't have sound, but it does, and so does Kdiamond IIRC.

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Bejeweled is available as an app for Google Chrome (which also runs on Chromium), as well as being available as completely platform-independent HTML5 content:

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