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Peggle strikes an addictive balance between wining and losing; it’s the perfect just-one-more-try game. And its presentation excels. The first stage motif features some sort of unicorn planet, and all art, sound effects, and animation just gets better from there. Several ways to play the 55 boards—including two-person competition—wring out every cent of value.
Peggle is inarguably one of the two best games you can download for your iPod right now (the other being Harmonix’s music game Phase), and totally worth the $5.
Basically, Peggle is everything you'd want in an iPhone puzzle game. It's got a wry sense of humor, a solid presentation, hours upon hours of content, perfectly balanced and nuanced gameplay, a great learning curve, excellent controls…and anyone can play it.
Peggle is simply the best game for the iPod thus far. The game was almost built with the click-wheel in mind, offering seamless control that never interferes with play. It's also devilishly addictive -- one of those "just one more stage" kind of games that make a wait at the airport absolutely vanish or suddenly make a clock say 2AM. If you've hesitated to buy an iPod game out of fear it wouldn't be any fun, Peggle is the perfect proof that in the right hands, the iPod is a legit gaming device.