Excerpt: If you love simple happy go lucky puzzle based games, then you no doubt know the game developer PopCap Games. They have been making games just like I described for quite some time. With such well known hits as Bejeweled, Feeding Frenzy and Zuma, Xbox LIVE Arcade fans should know them well. Well they have a game that has caused quite the sensation on various platforms, and this game is known as Peggle.
Excerpt: If you missed out on the the ball-bouncing Peg-busting Peggle experience then your in luck!
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Excerpt: Peggle is the best selling gem from masters of casual gaming POPCAP . It can be best described as a combination of Pachinko and Pinball and like those two games most of the entertainment comes from the nail biting frantic randomness that determines much of the gameplay. In the primary game mode, Adventure, each stage gives you 10 balls and requires you to knock out all of the orange pegs before you run out of balls.
Conclusion: Looking at other puzzle and arcade games, this is by far one of the most simplest ones, but it makes your brain work. Because of this games pure, magic and innocent look, I just love it for what it is. Hit balls, make points. On top of that, there’s a huge amount of levels available. It's been years since I wrote this, and I can safely say; This isn't my proudest work, but I decided to post it regardless.
Excerpt: Simple to learn, hard to master. It’s a well-worn cliché, but couldn’t be more applicable in the case of Peggle. New to the Xbox LIVE Arcade, Peggle has been one of the most highly rated and popular casual games on the PC released in the last couple of years. The basic concept could hardly be easier to grasp.
Excerpt: For those whom may never have previously heard of " Peggle " the game started its life as a PC game which quickly became a cult favourite thanks to it’s simplistic nature and extremely addictive gameplay. Since it’s conception there has been a variety of different themed versions of the game and most recently a release on the Nintendo DS and the Xbox Live Arcade.