Mad scientist Dr Grilus is on a mission; he's discovered thai videogames contain energy crystals and. because he's a couple of plumbers short of a Mario franchise, Grilus and his trusty if somewhat clumsy assistant want to harness that power to take over the world. Releasing energy from these game crystals is a matter of arranging them into groups of three or more and this can only be achieved by swapping a single crystal with its neighbour; as groups are cancelled out and vanish, the crystals above them drop and more appear, filling any gaps left.
The graphics are attractively drawn, with both the surrounds and tile sets using the CPC's bright and colourful palette strikingly; the 'heroes'tile set, made up of game characters such as Mario. Tiki the Kiwi and Sonic, looks particularly good. Bejewefed clones are commonplace, but BeTiled! has been implemented well and. along with two playing modes, some nice presentation and multiple tile sets, it sports a sensible way of handling situations where no mows are remaining making it more enjoyable than most other variations.
NOTE : 88%
REVIEWED BY JASON KELK