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Play the next episode of the peg-busting phenomenon from PopCap! Shoot and clear the orange pegs from 60 wild, dreamscape levels and bask in Extreme Fever glory. Meet the Peggle Masters’ alter egos and wield 11 Magic Powers, then try the ultimate Peggle test — 60 Grand Master challenges!
The fun doesn’t end there. Take a brain break in Quick Play mode, compete against friends or the computer in Duel, and add to the action with downloadable Bonus Levels. Plus, you can celebrate your Peggle prowess with Instant Replay and a Trophy Room!
What's New in Version 1.0.4
Updated to support Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
My 5-year-old grandson and I both love this game. There's a lot of levels, and you can go back later and try to beat your best score at every puzzle.
Entertaining and fun.
Once I begin to play, I can't stop it. Have a desire to pass all the levels in one time!
Perfect except for 2 things
Never having been a fan of 'casual gaming' (maybe its just the way it sounds), I've tried a few and always felt they lacked depth. Popcap has changed my mind, they may call thier games 'casual' but thier effort at putting depth into games of this genre is anything but. From the graphics and sound to the UI, leveling system, and rewards I was truly impressed at the imagination & effort put into their games. Having tried all of them (you can play an hour of any of thier games for free at Popcaps website) I found Peggle more addictive then Bejeweled 3 AND Zuma's Revenge; Plants vs Zombies is in a different category altogether but a definite classic defense game. I almost bought the first Peggle after trying it but figured I should try the sequel before I did and……Peggle Nights is ADDICTIVE…..even better then the original (more of an expansion of the original), this is the Peggle to get. There are 2 problems however, first of all, the game doesn't fill the entire screen (about 80%) and while this doesn't ruin the game, it is certainly a strange thing to do considering the all the TLC that was put into this game and also when considering the price to buy this game. That would be the second problem, and a problem for every Popcap game on the Mac App store, this game shouldn't be more then 5-7 bucks the most, 10 is pushing it; I paid the 5 dollar sale price and thought it was a perfect fit. Don't get me wrong, you WILL get your money's worth in playing time no matter which price you pay, but if I paid full price for this and saw it didn't fill the screen, I would be a little ticked off……an easy 5 stars when it fills the screen.