Peggle Blast

Peggle Blast

By Electronic Arts

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2014-12-02
  • Current Version: 2.22.0
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 409.61 MB
  • Developer: Electronic Arts
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0
Score: 4
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From 12,549 Ratings

Description

Read on for important info below! APP STORE EDITORS’ CHOICE Take your best shot with a blend of luck, skill, and joyous thrills in Peggle™ Blast! Clear the orange pegs as you rack up bonus points, and hit style shots that’ll make you smile for weeks. Learn from Peggle Masters and harness their powers to score big in peg-popping challenges. From the makers of Bejeweled™ and Plants vs. Zombies™ comes the newest PopCap game, bursting with character, charm, and fun. Join the millions who adore the magic of Peggle. Aim for greatness! You may restrict in-app purchasing using your device settings. SIMPLE CONTROLS Bring the joy anywhere, anytime with easy-to-use controls and unpredictable gameplay. It’s an exuberant ball-and-peg blasting puzzler everyone can enjoy, but only the magical will master. SMILE-INDUCING TENSION Bounce your way to fun with every high stakes shot and mighty near miss. Pop orange pegs to reach the explosive joy of Extreme Fever. Compete against friends while you progress – and send them sparkling gifts! The action never gets stale thanks to peg-gooping gnomes, gem drops, time bombs, brilliant boosts, and triumphant rainbows. A FANTASTIC ADVENTURE Immerse yourself in an evolving, wondrous map full of glittering worlds, including Pearl the octopus’s sunken pirate ship and Madame Batrina’s cave opera hall. Win big and experience over-the-top reward moments, enhanced by a majestically dynamic soundtrack that sings with each shot. LEARN FROM MAGICAL MASTERS Meet mystical Peggle Masters and learn to use their extraordinary powers, like Bjorn the unicorn’s Super Guide, or Jimmy Lightning’s nuttarific multiball, to rack up legendary scores. Then test your skills with head-to-head matches against the Evil Master Fnord (Bjorn’s mischievous brother). Aim! Shoot! Score! Requires acceptance of EA’s Privacy & Cookie Policy and User Agreement. Contains advertisements for EA and its partners. Collects data though third party ad serving and analytics technology (See Privacy & Cookie Policy for details). Contains direct links to the Internet and social networking sites intended for an audience over 13. User Agreement: terms.ea.com Visit http://help.ea.com/en/# for assistance or inquiries. EA may retire online features after 30 days' notice posted on www.ea.com/1/service-updates. By installing this game, you consent to its installation and the installation of any game updates or upgrades released through your platform. You can turn off automatic updates through your device settings, but if you do not update your app, you may experience reduced functionality. Some updates and upgrades may change the way we record usage data and metrics, or change data stored on your device. Any changes will always be consistent with EA’s Privacy and Cookie Policy, available at privacy.ea.com. You can withdraw your consent at any time by removing or disabling this app, visiting help.ea.com for assistance, or by contacting us at ATTN: Privacy / Mobile Consent Withdrawal, Electronic Arts Inc., 209 Redwood Shores Pkwy, Redwood City, CA, USA.

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Reviews

  • Scam

    1
    By Incubusway
    Yes ! I would’ve paid one price for the game. But this was plain greed from EA. Good game enough to make me write a review tho.
  • Great game but too many ads

    3
    By Alouha
    You really shouldn’t have an ad after every attempt . Each ad is 30 seconds long. It makes me not want to play. It drains my phone battery on top of it all. I’ve been playing Peggle since it was first released.
  • Money hungry

    1
    By a grand slam
    I used to occasionally watch the ads on this game for a couple of free shots, well I did that a few times for one and still couldn’t beat it. Eventually I ended up 1 shot away, so I did the thing where I spend a dollar to get 3 extra shots. Should be worth it. It wasn’t. Since I spent money on the game it won’t let me do the ads anymore for free shots.
  • I will forever despise EA for ruining a classic

    1
    By Jkt84
    PopCap hit an absolute grand slam with the original Peggle. It’s one of my favorite games of al time, and it only cost me a dollar! As a highly replayable and mechanically sharp game, it easily kept me entertained for 50+ hours while giving me HUGE bang for my (literal) buck. I would have gladly paid $5 or more for it— unfortunately now I can’t play it at all. It’s been removed from the App Store to make way for the soulless, greedy cash cow that is Peggle Blast. This game embodies everything that I hate about the mobile games industry. The design is absolutely insidious, with cutesy graphics, a fun introduction, addicting and fair challenges— then suddenly they start systematically robbing you of hard-earned and well-deserved victories. The frustration comes from a series of increasingly infuriating cheap shots, like bombs that literally blow up your whole carefully laid plan out of nowhere. Peggle has always had an element of luck to it, and that was part of the fun. Now the cards are stacked against you, designed to milk a few more bucks out of the struggling masses for a temporary power up or a few extra attempts at clearing the board. Don’t give in, and if you are susceptible to impulsive decisions then don’t download Peggle blast. Vote with your wallet by keeping EA out of it— and believe me they are constantly grabbing for it in this depressing shadow of a once great game.
  • Unplayable after update

    1
    By Tellingnot
    Haven’t update the game in awhile- now, in addition to the IAP that are nearly required to beat the game, I’m served 2-3 ads after every level attempt. Ridiculous. I’d rather pay a buck and not have ads/these stupid purchases. Classic game ruined
  • Typical Greed Ruins a Classic

    1
    By cunderhill
    You can’t just buy the game outright. You can’t get the original Peggle, either. No, you are forced to watch ads, some of which are as long as forty-five seconds to a minute. Screw you, EA!
  • Fun but there’s issues with moving to the next level after beating it

    3
    By mabc s
    I like the game and I’ve been on level 130 for a few days now, earlier today I finally beat it. But it says I’m still on that level. Even though it has the two stars I earned floating above the multicolor dome with the level 131 dome still grey as if I need to beat the previous level. I screenshoted the screen of me beating the level that says completed and success but the game still won’t let me continue to the next level. If anyone knows how to fix it or had the same problem help me.
  • Great game ruined by excessive ads

    1
    By GeorginaIII
    Long ads of 30 seconds now litter this formerly great game
  • It fun!!!

    3
    By community living 1986
    It’s a fun game and I would buy if I could. I had this on my Xbox years ago. But the only thing that is crappy about this game is. The Ads! They don’t stop. After every lose life, winning, or just picking a different level. There will be an Ad for everything you do. So the best way to really enjoy this game is to put your phone on Airplane mode.
  • Come on,Popcap

    4
    By QTwitdaBooT
    Does there HAVE to be an ad between EVERY level?!? It’s soo annoying! I have loved Popcap for years but most of the time,I’d rather play the DS version I have just to avoid being spammed with Ads

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