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Peggle for iPhone hits App Store

updated 11:50 am EDT, Wed May 13, 2009

Peggle for iPhone released

Overcoming a small but significant delay, PopCap has at last launched the iPhone version of Peggle, its well-known puzzle game. Players fire a metal ball from the top of the screen, with the goal of knocking out as many blocks as possible before it reaches the bottom. Special bonuses are awarded for unique combos and trick shots.

The iPhone game includes 55 regular levels and 40 Grand Master challenges, which can be chosen individually through the Quick Play or Challenge modes. Gamers can additionally play against others in the Duel mode, and record unusual shots for later playback. Separating the port is a new Extreme Precision wheel, meant increased accuracy, and a series of new style bonuses, such as Off the Wall and Double Long Shot. A Trophy Room now displays unusual achievements in the game.

Peggle is a $5 download from the App Store, and requires iPhone 2.1 firmware.




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  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    um

    How can a delay be 'small' but 'significant'? Esp. since the cause of the delay was never mentioned.

  1. jdonahoe

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    I'm not happy!

    I bought this for the ipod and loved it, but the version wouldn't work on the iPhone/iTouch. It looks like I have to buy it again. Damn you Peggle!!

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