Peggle Deluxe (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Popcap PC games
Description:Manufacturer: PopCap Games / Release Date: 2007
Newest Review: ... 10 points when you begin the level, each orange is worth 100, and each purple peg is worth 500 points. The position of blue ... more
Customer Peggle Deluxe (PC) Reviews (6)
by - written on 27/03/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Peggle is a fun and relatively long game available on the PC and PS3 through the Playstation Store. You are welcomed to the game by Bjorn Unicorn who is the headmaster of the Peggle Academy, he introduces you to his fellow 9 masters one by one as you work your way through the game. Each level displays a virtual pegboard, with orange, blue, green and purple pegs arranged in such a way, that they match an image behind them.You shoot a ball from the top of the screen using the mouse or analogue stick to aim where your ball will go. It then funnels it's way down, bouncing off pegs lighting them up as you go. You have 10 balls in total, with the ability to gain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Video game developers PopCap Games are to puzzle game enthusiasts what Elvis Presley was to music, what Tom Baker was to Doctor Who, what biscuits are to tea. That is to say they are seriously awesome. They are the minds behind such classics as Bejeweled, Bookworm, Feeding Frenzy and Zuma. With its super addictive qualities, Bejeweled alone makes them more powerful than twelve Decepticon US senators. Peggle is one of the weapons in their all-conquering arsenal. Let's hope it has mercy on us. Peggle is inspired by the Japanese game of 'pachinko'. The concept behind pachinko is similar to pinball, except the machines stand vertically and they have grids of pegs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
If you've ever whiled away hours and hours playing a game which has got you hooked as you try to beat your high score, then you will know eactly what it is like playing this game!!! The gameplay is so simple anybody can play, it is just a case of setting the direction a small ball is fired and attempt to hit the pegs to clear the level before you run out of balls. It's this simplicity which makes the game so addictive, there are no button combos to learn, no special moves to master, and as such when you just miss out on your highscore, you know that next time you might just be able to do it so you try again....and again and again and again until you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09, updated on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
When me and my friend came back from a long plane journey and were completely jet-lagged and lethargic and 4pm felt like breakfast time, She suggested we download Peggle and play it in bed. She described it as "this downloadable game that is so addictive". That was the first time I'd heard of that game and I was expecting to see some crude, exploitative Flash game that became infamous for all the wrong reasons... such is the nature of a lot of these sudden internet phenomena. Of course my prejudice was not justified in this case. Peggle is a downloadable game and quite a cheap one to buy if you like the trial, but the quality of production is the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/09 (Very useful, 118 readings)
Peggle is a downladable game for the PC, also the xbox 360, ipod and Nintendo ds. This game is made by the company PopCap Games. Peggle is a VERY addictive game where you have to destroy orange pegs with a small ball. The screen is filled with blue pegs (mainly blue) and the orange ones. To complete a stage you have to get rid of all the orange pegs with the allotted amount of balls given. It sounds very boring but it really isn't, and is a lot of fun. The ball launcher is situated at the top middle of the screen, and you have to aim your cannon to the pegs below. There is also a ball catcher at the bottom of the screen which slides ... Read the complete review
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