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Platform:PC Format: Retail JewelAge: 8 & UpPlatform: WindowsLuck and skill and joyous thrillsProduct InformationStrategize and set your sights on clearing the orange pegs, then sit back andcheer yourself to Peggle greatness. And just when you think you’vemastered Peggle, there’s more challenging fun in store!Product FeaturesTake Your Best Shot Clear the orange pegs from 55 spectacular levels! Through snowbanks, outer space, tulip fields and more, you will need both luck and skill to become a Peggle Master.Master Magic Powers Hone your skills with the help of 10 whimsical teachers. Learn their marvelous Magic Powers to make shots you will want to replay for weeks!Rise to Peggle Greatness You’ve made it to Master…but you have only just begun. Raise the Fevermeter with 75 Grand Master challenges – or play friends in Duel Mode. Windows Requirements Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista Pentium II 700 MHz processor 256 MB of RAM 20 MB free Hard Drive space DirectX 7 or later 16-bit or 32-bit color Video Card DirectX certified Sound Card CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive

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  1. Amytris Faus

    I used to love pinball machines, the silver ball the flippers, the lights, the hidden traps and sudden bonuses, the sounds. Then the repair technicians became rarer, and the wonderful machines began to vanish. Where are they now? Here in ~PEGGLE~ I recapture some of that fascinating pastime. The graphics are real eye candy, the triumphant music when one wins is absurdly rewarding. On the surface It SEEMS to be a matter of random ‘luck’, then i get in some sort of ‘groove’ where skill appears to come into play. I often wonder if the seeming luck/skill is actually programmed into the game, making the outcomes SEEM ‘random’. One works through numerous levels of ascending difficulty, guided by various whimsical ‘peggle masters’. One of whom is an owl, who confers the teachings of ‘the zen ball’….a power one might win in a particular round. ”remember the zen ball is not infallible” he says, but rather it can teach the player that ”every ball can be a zen ball”. Hmmm…..I think that in playing this game I do learn something. I learn to notice a certain unrealized tension ,perhaps a bracing for failure.This is ‘not good’, not ‘zen’. Spending more time with it, choosing the option to play against a ‘master’, over and over, my ‘game’ improves. I assume that by watching hundreds of runs the subconscious is learning, so that slowly an instinct begins to emerge, a skill such as one could finally master in any field. Therefore ~PEGGLE~ is apparently a useful learning aid, rather than a simple pastime.Read more

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  2. Victor in PC

    I don’t play many games. And although Peggle is a simple game, I find it very addictive. I’m really annoyed with the current standard of obtaining games … sign up at some web site, install their software on my computer before I can even use the games I pay my money for, log into their web site to use my games, and so on. It’s like you don’t actually own the game and are being granted the privilege of playing it by saying pretty please & being bombarded with ads and junk email. With this Peggle CD, none of that B.S. was required. Thanks be to the seller. A+Read more

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  3. Jason

    My parents are addicted to Bejeweled, so I recently purchased Bejeweled 3 for them. In my quest to secure a copy of Bejeweled 3, this game.. Peggle kept showing up over and over. Curiosity got the best of me, and just looking at some gameplay footage I was sold! Peggle reminds me a bit like the famous game “Plinko” from ‘The Price is Right’ but instead of simple pegs you now have pinball bumpers and use a pinball. The game is a simple concept that provides countless hours of fun and will test your skills early. Basically all you do is aim your ball and fire! The ball will bounce on the pegs getting points, bouncing all over. Accumulate 25,000 pts in a single shot to earn a free ball. The goal of every stage is to eliminate all the “orange” pegs on the map. Removing your last orange peg will trigger a frenzy mode which lets you rack up tons of bonus points. Peggle contains 10 stages plus a “master” stage(ADVENTURE mode). Stages 1 thru 10 introduce you to the 10 “peggle” masters, each with their own unique magic ability, while stage 11 lets you pick your ability. If you complete all 11 stages you will unlock the CHALLENGE mode. In Challenge mode you have 75 levels each having a requirement placed upon it. Some are easy, some are hard. Most of them involve revisiting old levels from the “ADVENTURE” mode, but now with odd requirements (like score 300,000+ pts on stage 5-1, or starting with just a single ball beat Stage 2-4). There is no online element with the game, but if you select DUEL mode you can play against the computer or a second person (Local Versus mode basically). High Score charts are included with each level, with every level requiring you surpass 300,000 pts for a top score. OVERALL this is a very enjoyable game for all ages. The stages start easy and get harder and harder as you go, with each requiring a bit of luck + skill. This is just a very simple game that will keep you entertained for countless hours. The adventure mode can last you quite a few days, but then toss in 75 challenge maps and you’ll be busy for weeks. Another excellent game by Pop Cap. NOTE: If you enjoy Peggle, check out Peggle Nights… a nice addition to this title NOTE: There is a free trial of Peggle available at the official Pop Cap website for those who want to give the game a trial run before purchase ** I have included a link to the official Peggle page in the comment sectionRead more

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  4. Jane Mashburn

    I loaded this on my PC and every time I try to play the game I get started well and it shuts down. After about 3 or 4 starts I get to play the game.Read more

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  5. F. S. Graves

    I had to buy this because my first version disappeared off the computer, good for hours & hours of play, super entertaining.Read more

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  6. Chris Reynolds

    This is an excellent casual title for all ages. I recently hooked my entire family on the game: a female college student, two middle-aged frequent casual gamers, and even my elderly grandfather who has limited mobility and computer proficiency. I can’t recommend this enough for the price. While the graphics and “characters” fall firmly on the silly side of the spectrum, the game mechanic is riveting — simple to grasp and challenging to master. This game could be marketed as a cure for depression; it’s impossible not to feel affirmed by the exceptionally — perhaps extravagantly — positive feedback the game constantly provides.Read more

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  7. Jookie

    I first became a Plants VS Zombies addict. So then I decided to try out another Pop Cap game which I had heard good things about. I don’t really like puzzle games but I figured I’d give Peggle a chance. As soon as I started playing it, I knew Pop Cap had hit another home run! This game is sooooooooooooooo much fun and soooooooooooooooo addicting. It’s art style is also a perfect match for the game. The combination of skill and luck is balanced perfectly. I love Peggle. Buy it. Oh, the only bad thing is, I hate making that Unicorn cry when I have to leave the game (wish I could give him a virtual hug and let him know I will be back soon!).Read more

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  8. Debra C.

    Fun game, fast shipping.Read more

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  9. Kat

    As advertised, fast deliveryRead more

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  10. Amytris Faus

    I used to love pinball machines, the silver ball the flippers, the lights, the hidden traps and sudden bonuses, the sounds. Then the repair technicians became rarer, and the wonderful machines began to vanish. Where are they now? Here in ~PEGGLE~ I recapture some of that fascinating pastime. The graphics are real eye candy, the triumphant music when one wins is absurdly rewarding. On the surface It SEEMS to be a matter of random ‘luck’, then i get in some sort of ‘groove’ where skill appears to come into play. I often wonder if the seeming luck/skill is actually programmed into the game, making the outcomes SEEM ‘random’. One works through numerous levels of ascending difficulty, guided by various whimsical ‘peggle masters’. One of whom is an owl, who confers the teachings of ‘the zen ball’….a power one might win in a particular round. ”remember the zen ball is not infallible” he says, but rather it can teach the player that ”every ball can be a zen ball”. Hmmm…..I think that in playing this game I do learn something. I learn to notice a certain unrealized tension ,perhaps a bracing for failure.This is ‘not good’, not ‘zen’. Spending more time with it, choosing the option to play against a ‘master’, over and over, my ‘game’ improves. I assume that by watching hundreds of runs the subconscious is learning, so that slowly an instinct begins to emerge, a skill such as one could finally master in any field. Therefore ~PEGGLE~ is apparently a useful learning aid, rather than a simple pastime.Read more

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  11. Victor in PC

    I don’t play many games. And although Peggle is a simple game, I find it very addictive. I’m really annoyed with the current standard of obtaining games … sign up at some web site, install their software on my computer before I can even use the games I pay my money for, log into their web site to use my games, and so on. It’s like you don’t actually own the game and are being granted the privilege of playing it by saying pretty please & being bombarded with ads and junk email. With this Peggle CD, none of that B.S. was required. Thanks be to the seller. A+Read more

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  12. Jason

    My parents are addicted to Bejeweled, so I recently purchased Bejeweled 3 for them. In my quest to secure a copy of Bejeweled 3, this game.. Peggle kept showing up over and over. Curiosity got the best of me, and just looking at some gameplay footage I was sold! Peggle reminds me a bit like the famous game “Plinko” from ‘The Price is Right’ but instead of simple pegs you now have pinball bumpers and use a pinball. The game is a simple concept that provides countless hours of fun and will test your skills early. Basically all you do is aim your ball and fire! The ball will bounce on the pegs getting points, bouncing all over. Accumulate 25,000 pts in a single shot to earn a free ball. The goal of every stage is to eliminate all the “orange” pegs on the map. Removing your last orange peg will trigger a frenzy mode which lets you rack up tons of bonus points. Peggle contains 10 stages plus a “master” stage(ADVENTURE mode). Stages 1 thru 10 introduce you to the 10 “peggle” masters, each with their own unique magic ability, while stage 11 lets you pick your ability. If you complete all 11 stages you will unlock the CHALLENGE mode. In Challenge mode you have 75 levels each having a requirement placed upon it. Some are easy, some are hard. Most of them involve revisiting old levels from the “ADVENTURE” mode, but now with odd requirements (like score 300,000+ pts on stage 5-1, or starting with just a single ball beat Stage 2-4). There is no online element with the game, but if you select DUEL mode you can play against the computer or a second person (Local Versus mode basically). High Score charts are included with each level, with every level requiring you surpass 300,000 pts for a top score. OVERALL this is a very enjoyable game for all ages. The stages start easy and get harder and harder as you go, with each requiring a bit of luck + skill. This is just a very simple game that will keep you entertained for countless hours. The adventure mode can last you quite a few days, but then toss in 75 challenge maps and you’ll be busy for weeks. Another excellent game by Pop Cap. NOTE: If you enjoy Peggle, check out Peggle Nights… a nice addition to this title NOTE: There is a free trial of Peggle available at the official Pop Cap website for those who want to give the game a trial run before purchase ** I have included a link to the official Peggle page in the comment sectionRead more

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  13. Jane Mashburn

    I loaded this on my PC and every time I try to play the game I get started well and it shuts down. After about 3 or 4 starts I get to play the game.Read more

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  14. F. S. Graves

    I had to buy this because my first version disappeared off the computer, good for hours & hours of play, super entertaining.Read more

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  15. Chris Reynolds

    This is an excellent casual title for all ages. I recently hooked my entire family on the game: a female college student, two middle-aged frequent casual gamers, and even my elderly grandfather who has limited mobility and computer proficiency. I can’t recommend this enough for the price. While the graphics and “characters” fall firmly on the silly side of the spectrum, the game mechanic is riveting — simple to grasp and challenging to master. This game could be marketed as a cure for depression; it’s impossible not to feel affirmed by the exceptionally — perhaps extravagantly — positive feedback the game constantly provides.Read more

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  16. Jookie

    I first became a Plants VS Zombies addict. So then I decided to try out another Pop Cap game which I had heard good things about. I don’t really like puzzle games but I figured I’d give Peggle a chance. As soon as I started playing it, I knew Pop Cap had hit another home run! This game is sooooooooooooooo much fun and soooooooooooooooo addicting. It’s art style is also a perfect match for the game. The combination of skill and luck is balanced perfectly. I love Peggle. Buy it. Oh, the only bad thing is, I hate making that Unicorn cry when I have to leave the game (wish I could give him a virtual hug and let him know I will be back soon!).Read more

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  17. Debra C.

    Fun game, fast shipping.Read more

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  18. Kat

    As advertised, fast deliveryRead more

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