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Want to be a Peggle Master? Take your best shot! Shoot and clear the orange pegs to achieve Extreme Fever as 10 outlandish teachers help you rise to Peggle greatness. Conquer 55 levels and wield 10 Magic Powers in Adventure mode... and the fun is just getting started!
Put your skills to the ultimate test with 75 challenges as you rack up bonus points and style shots you'll smile about for weeks. Face off against friends or the computer in Duel mode. It's an epic blend of luck and skill that msnbc.com calls one of the "Top 5 most addictive video games of all time!"
- Winner of over a dozen awards, including Action & Arcade Game of the Year (Zeeby Awards, 2008) and Editor's Choice - PC Casual Game of the Year (1Up.com, 2008)
- Master 55 levels and 10 Magic Powers!
- Conquer 75 Grand Master challenges!
- Play friends or the computer in Duel Mode!
- Save and replay your hottest shots!
- Revel in breathtaking artwork and music!
Addictive gameplayShaide | May 31, 2015 | See all Shaide's reviews »
I picked this game up mainly for my girlfriend, because she's into casual games with cutesy graphics...Plus this had a unicorn. She enjoyed it and played for a few hours, but then that night I was bored of my installed games, so decided to muck around in pegle, and became hooked. I have I am sure, spent more time on peggle than she has. The gameplay is simple. Bricks and pegs outline parts of pictures in the background and you, with your pinballs, must hit and destroy all the orange ones. See? Simple right? Yet, I can't stop playing!
Relaxing SimplicityCrimsonWizard | Sept. 21, 2014 | See all CrimsonWizard's reviews »
Once upon a time, before wars between the living dead and flora, Popcap Games made this charming little game that is relatively simple. Your goal is to eliminate all the green pegs on the board by shooting out balls, all while using power-ups and combos to rack up higher scores along the way. Despite the complexity implied there, Peggle does a good job of easing you into it all, starting you off with simple level designs and power-ups to get you used to the game before steadily increasing the difficulty. You never feel frustrated though, even if you need to restart a level as the game keeps a nice, swift pace throughout. It has quite a bit to offer as well, with 100 levels that introduce you to all the power-ups and many level designs and their quirks, before allowing you to play around with the more involved challenges. The game works for short bursts, but with the amount of content you can easily play for an hour or so as well, and have a good time as well. It's like an arcade game thanks to the hi-score system, but cuts out most of the things that would eat your quarters back in the day. It's not really intense, but it's a good game to unwind to and I highly recommend it.
It's PeggleRcoder97 | July 3, 2014 | See all Rcoder97's reviews »
This is Peggle, a puzzle game from PopCap. In Peggle, you shoot balls at pegs trying to eliminate all oranges while getting the highest score and not run out of balls. This game is pretty straightforward and doesn't need explanation, this is good and bad. Since there's not much to it, playing gets boring after awhile. It's fun for the occasional sit down but not much more. It's only $5 so I don't see why not.
Don't Judge a Book by it's cover...juxtaposed_j | Feb. 27, 2014 | See all juxtaposed_j's reviews »
Having always heard about this game, 'Peggle' from PopCap Games I always had a snobbish, elitist gamer view that it was a 'game' for casual players who don't know nothing about 'real' games and play on their Ipad or smartphone on the bus or train. After having played it with a bunch of friends I changed my mind- it is a fun, addictive and competitive game! The concept is simple- score the highest amount of points that is similar to pachinko and pinball.