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Peggle Deluxe
Game Description:Wield mystifying Magic Powers, rack up huge bonus points and make shots you'll smile about for weeks. Amidst all this fevered action, only one question remains: Can you become a Peggle Master? From the makers of Bejeweled, Peggle combines elements of pinball, pachinko and pool to create a completely different kind of casual game. Players fire a silver ball from the top of the screen, relying on the laws of physics to propel the ball downwards while ricocheting off orange and blue 'pegs'. Using a mixture of luck and skill the goal is to clear all the orange pegs before running out of balls. A moving “bucket” at the bottom of the screen offers the chance of free balls, while green pegs give the player one of ten amazing power-ups to help them complete the level.
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  • Sessler's Soapbox: The iPhone - Not for Serious Gaming?

    By now you all probably know that everyone in our office can't wait to get the new iPhone 4. While some of you may disagree, you can't deny the place Apple products have taken in the world of gaming. Sure we all love Peggle and Plants vs. Zombies, but are these really games in the purest sense of the word? Such is the subject of this week's...

    Posted June 8, 2010

    Sessler's Soapbox: The iPhone - Not for Serious Gaming?
  • The MMO Report: Thursday, July 16th

    In this week's MMO Report, Casey tells you about Champions Online's PvP system, another EVE Online bank going under, and Star Wars: The Old Republic record breaking voice acting. But there are other reasons for you to watch this episode. In fact, this might be the greatest episode of The MMO Report so far. Enjoy. Recommend. Comment. Marvel. ...

    Posted July 16, 2009

    The MMO Report: Thursday, July 16th
  • PopCap Releasing World of Warcraft Themed Peggle...For Free!

    Peggle-mania has struck G4's offices, and, predictably, all productivity has ceased. Peggle-heads here are playing it on their work PCs, then driving home and playing Peggle on iPhones while they're on the highway. They arrive at their domiciles and fire up the Xbox for more Peggle. A trip to the bathroom demands Peggle for the DS. People play...

    Posted July 8, 2009

    PopCap Releasing World of Warcraft Themed Peggle...For Free!
  • Get All Valve Games On Steam For $99

    Valve, the developer responsible for Counterstrike and Half Life, is offering every game they've ever made, including the new Left 4 Dead, on their digital download service Steam for the cool price of $99. This package deal will get you both Half Life games and their episodic sequels, Counterstrike, Team Fortress 2 and Team Fortress Classic,...

    Posted November 14, 2008| 20 Comments

    Get All Valve Games On Steam For $99
  • Face Time: PopCap Games' Matt Johnston

    Posted: April 6, 2011

    2,176 Views | 02:30

  • Sessler's Soapbox: The iPhone - Not for Serious Gaming?

    Posted: June 8, 2010

    27,427 Views | 06:01

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, July 16th

    Posted: July 16, 2009

    15,013 Views | 07:25

  • Peggle, The Addicting Puzzle Game Review

    Posted: May 18, 2009

    3,032 Views | 01:06 | 1 Comment

  • X-Play Gaming Update 11.14.08

    Posted: November 14, 2008

    8,720 Views | 01:58 | 1 Comment


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