According to TouchArcade, the iOS version of the hit casual game will pack 60 adventure levels and 70 challenge stages, as well as the expected power-ups and bonuses featured in the original. While no mention of a Blitz-like component was made, we'd be surprised if PopCap didn't include it eventually given that Bejeweled Blitz is present and accounted for on iPhone.
EA also unveiled World Series of Poker (WSOP) for iPhone and iPad, revealing that the publisher has scored the rights to the WSOP name. The game looks like the stable of poker games already available on smartphones and Facebook, though there's not much room to innovate in the poker games world to begin with. WSOP for iOS will be free to play, but will offer virtual items up for sale.
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