Take your best shot with energizing arcade fun! Aim, shoot, clear the orange pegs, then sit back and cheer as 10 whimsical teachers guide you to Peggle greatness. Conquer 55 fanciful levels with 10 mystical Magic Powers, racking up bonus points and shots you'll smile about for weeks.
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Very Positive (671 reviews) - 93% of the 671 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Feb 27, 2007

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Marc Saltzman of Gannet News Service says:

"Do yourself a favor and give "Peggle" a chance -- it might not grab you by the lapels at first, but give it a few minutes and you won't be able to pry yourself away from the computer."
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About This Game

Take your best shot with energizing arcade fun! Aim, shoot, clear the orange pegs, then sit back and cheer as 10 whimsical teachers guide you to Peggle greatness. Conquer 55 fanciful levels with 10 mystical Magic Powers, racking up bonus points and shots you'll smile about for weeks. Face off against your friends in Duel Mode, or tackle 75 extra-tricky challenges. It's luck and skill and joyous thrills, and amidst all this fevered action only one question remains: Can you become a Peggle Master?

  • Wield 10 miraculous Magic Powers!
  • Master 55 levels of bouncy delight!
  • Conquer 75 Master challenges!
  • Play friends or the computer in Duel Mode!
  • Revel in breathtaking artwork and music!
  • Replay and save your best shots!

System Requirements

Mac OS X

    Minimum Requirements: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista, 256 MB RAM, 500MHz or faster, DirectX: 7.0

    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.66
    • Memory: 512 MB of RAM
    • Other Requirements:
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 18
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87 of 98 people (89%) found this review helpful
55 people found this review funny
6,103.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 24, 2015
I like this game. I've played it a lot.

I had it for about 7 years before I had it on steam.
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36 of 44 people (82%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 10, 2014
Its like plinko on shrooms.
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27 of 29 people (93%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 9, 2013
This is entirely addictive. 4 hours flies past like nothing. Can't sleep. Must Peggle.
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30 of 35 people (86%) found this review helpful
18 people found this review funny
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 28, 2015
Graphics: 10/10
Gameplay: 10/10
Character Design: 10/10
Writing: 10/10
Story: 10/10

One of the greatest masterpieces of the century so far.
This is no joke, my friends.

check out my sick gameplay
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22 of 22 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 5, 2014
This one is the perfect game to kill time when you have 5-10 minutes free. I really like the concept of this game, it's fast, simple, yet extremely fun. You can try hard or just chill and play, launch it and then relax, your moves takes only a click. Good job Popcat.
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17 of 17 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2013
Peggle is a fun casual game. It's very straightforward. Aim for the orange pegs. Hit the green ones to get various power ups that change every few levels. The power ups are all very different and keep things interesting. Some are not as useful as others like the lobster claw flippers. Each power up makes you think differently about how to approach a level.

As straightforward as the gameplay is, Peggle isn't simple. You only have 10 moves to clear all the orange pegs and it's difficult to predict just where your ball may bounce at times. Most of the time the results are what you aim for, but sometimes the judging an angle slightly wrong can turn into a wasted ball. Other times, you might just get a layout that works against you. While the design is always the same, the placement of orange pegs varies. But that's the challenge of Peggle.

There are 55 levels in the game, so plenty to play through. You can always replay levels of your choice later outside of story mode to try your hand at clearing the entire playing field of all blocks.

I wouldn't really consider Peggle a largely re-playable game. I played through story mode twice on a non-Steam version of the game, and playing through again on Steam didn't really hold my interest. But I would definitely consider this a great game for at least one or two playthroughs that is worth it's price point.

The only negative aspect of this game is the resolution, which is low and doesn't stretch to fit widescreen monitors.
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19 of 22 people (86%) found this review helpful
12.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 12, 2014
Wow!, what a colorful and addicting game this is. When I first played Peggle several years ago it took me back to the old arcade games I used to play when I was a kid, standing on the pier spending all of my money on those machines. That game was called Pachinko, (where you send a metal ball bearing spinning around a series of peg like mazes, trying to get your ball to drop into various cup like recepticles on the board) and it is still all the rage over in Japan where whole arcades are devoted to the game.

Peggle has become one of my favorite 'short term' arcade games of the last decade barring Ricochet Infinity and Gish. What I mean by short term, is the ability to play for just a few moments in between other games, or when on a coffee break from more important things. With Peggle, you have to attempt to knock out all the orange pegs from various arrays of blue and orange pegs (55 levels in the adventure mode) using a ball launcher/cannon that fires a ball from the top of the game board. You get 10 balls to clear the board of the orange pegs. If you can clear the whole board of both orange and blue pegs plus any special pegs, you get extra bonus points. There's a bucket like object that is constantly on the move at the bottom of the board. If your ball falls into this you get your ball back which in turn makes it easier to complete the round. There's also more points gained depending where your ball finally comes to rest, with a jackpot score of 50K from the central well, 25K from the two adjacent wells and 5K from the outer wells. The first time you fail to hit any pegs you will get your ball back, but this only happens once on each board. Each new board includes two green pegs that give you one of several special powers when you clear them away. These can help you clear the orange pegs away easier, for example you may get a double ball that enables yopu to clear away a lot more pegs, especially if you get it early on in the level (as more pegs get in the way), or extend the length of the ball catcher to give you a greater chance of catching the ball and getting it returned to the ball launcher or a marker that shows you where your ball will bounce. Some of the powers come into effect immediately (like the double ball which only lasts for that turn) or on the next turm that last for the next three turns; (the latter power is very useful for aiming your ball for maximum effect). Each of these specials continues through several levels before changing to a new power, that are introduced via Peggle Masters. There's also a purple peg that when hit gives you bonus points. Each time you flick a new ball, the purple peg changes position. Scoring over 250 000 on one board gains you an extra ball as well.

There's four different modes included with the PC version, Adventure mode with 55 levels spread over 10 stages, quick play, which allows you to play any board you've already unlocked, duel that allows you to play against either the computer or a friend (with the X-Box version you can play online against up to 4 players) and finally theres the challenge mode, which has 75 harder levels and is locked until you've completed the adventure mode.

There's two different versions of the game available on Steam, Peggle Deluxe and Peggle Nights, both of which are well worth buying if you like arcade games. Sadly there's no level editor, but Steam do have a free version Called Peggle Extreme that features levels dedicated to Half-Life 2, Portal and Team Fortress. There's only ten levels with one special (also known as Peggle Masters), and five Challenge levels, but it's enough to gives you an introduction to the game. It's more like a demo, but is different to the two commercial versions, so is worth getting if you like the game. I think they also made a second free themed version that's not available on steam, but I've forgotten what the theme was.

The beauty of this game for me is that it never gets boring. The levels are vibrant and enjoyable to play; each time I replay the adventure mode or replay levels via the quick play mode the game is never the same and it's great playing against friends or family, sadly it's only local play on the same computer and you share the 10 balls. If you play against the computer you can select one of four difficulty modes.

The game is only £4.99 on steam in the UK or $4.99 in the US (it's cheaper to get a freind in the US to buy it for you if you live in Europe). I oriignally paid $20 for each version via Reflexive Arcade when it was first released seven years ago.

You can see a video speed run of the whole game HERE (it's 2hr 14mins in length), which gives you the opportunity to skip ahead and check out all of the various levels available in the deluxe version or you can check out the free Peggle Extreme version HERE
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25 of 34 people (74%) found this review helpful
17 people found this review funny
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 25, 2015
My friend bought me this game as a joke.
I now have a shrine for our true lord Bjorn.
10/10 would shoot ball again
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14 of 15 people (93%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
121.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 13, 2014
I played this game to 100% completion in college. My laptop then died and lost all my local content. I replayed it to 100% completion again. I then bought it on Xbox 360 and completed just the story then. I then bought an Xbox One with the main purpose of playing Peggle 2.

Peggle Deluxe is very good.

It's nice to play Peggle anytime. You can play it as a quick break. You can play it while watching tv that doesn't require total focus (sports). You can play it while listening to podcasts.

Play Peggle. Join us.
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5.5 hrs
Posted: September 20
there is good new and bad news about this game. The bad new is, I dont know what to rate it out of. the GOOD new is, i know my purpose in life is

To play peggle.
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14.2 hrs
Posted: September 17
Product received for free
Addictive and a great way to pass the time.
Love the variety of characters and the music is quite nice to listen to.
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1.8 hrs
Posted: September 16
I absolutely love this game!

I played this along time ago when I was a kid, I didn't get to play it much
but when I got to i loved it.

I was so happy to see it was on steam along side alot of other great popcap

The gameplay is so satisfying especialy when you hit a whole bunch
of pegs in a row.

I never really got to play it like I wanted to when I was a kid but now I
finally can and I am super happy about it.

definitely worth the price of $4.99
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4.9 hrs
Posted: September 14
In today's age of GTX 1080s and i7-6700s, the only game with good physics is still somehow peggle. Never getting mad at the game, always at yourself for the dumb ricochets that should have hIT THAT FREAKING PEG!
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9.8 hrs
Posted: September 10
Great Addictive And Fun Arcade Game! Definetly Worth $4.99
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5.8 hrs
Posted: September 5
It's not everyday you come across a game where you leave it feeling like a part of you is missing yet strangley renewed. A game where you realize all the beautiful intriquities of life like the way a baby sparrow gets his food barfed into his mouth by his mum, or the rhythmic way a dog scurries on his ♥♥♥♥ when he has worms from eating to many dead rodents found in the parking lot of an Arbies restaurant. Not only has it improved my mental vigor, it has also refreshed my spiritual fountain, and so like the bubbling spring of knowlege i will flow on into the timeless void ever to contemplate the myterious charm of the god-sent game we know and love as...Peggle.
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Foxy Stoat
35.5 hrs
Posted: September 2
Peggle helped me get laid. 10/10
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11.7 hrs
Posted: August 26
Peggle is an asolute amazing PC game developed by PopCap. It just feels PopCap, PopCap games are just
amazing they have that WOW! part to them. I'm totally coming back to this game to 100% it. I've done a Let's Play of the game on my YouTube channel That Screaming Sheep. Overall I really really recommend Peggle it's an awesome game.

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Ad Williams
2.1 hrs
Posted: August 21
Disappointed that this does not have contoller support. Still, great game. Lots of fun.
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