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Peggle: Blast Reviews (iPhone)

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Apple 'n' Apps (Dec 02, 2014)
Peggle Blast (Free, Universal) offers all new Peggle fun completely for free, which is well worth picking up for more peg bouncing fun.
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148apps (Dec 04, 2014)
You might be desperate for a new Peggle fix, but odds are you’d be more comfortable sticking to boosting your high scores in earlier versions. At least then you won't have to worry about pestering your Facebook friends for assistance.
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GameZebo (Dec 04, 2014)
Peggle Blast is so hair-pullingly careless about its attempts at monetization, you can’t shake the feeling that somewhere in the bowels of EA, a person in an expensive suit has their feet up on a nice desk and is roaring with laughter. Maybe some pale manifestation of PopCap Games is standing at their elbow, their doughy jowls drooping nearly the floor in a sickly grimace. What a sad fate for a game that’d be perfectly charming as a self-contained $1.99 title.
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Pocket Gamer UK (Dec 03, 2014)
Suspicious mechanics and constant in-app purchases suck all the joy out of Peggle Blast.
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Financial Post (Dec 18, 2014)
Any enjoyment I might have derived from Peggle Blast was soured by visions of some suit-wearing dick with dollar signs for eyes barking orders at the game’s designers, commanding them to ruin their hard work with ill-conceived schemes to wring money from players. It’s pretty much just the worst.
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Destructoid (Dec 06, 2014)
EA needs to stop this bullshit with their mobile line, because they've had a pretty decent thing going on recently with games like Dragon Age: Inquisition and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. Ruining all of the goodwill that Popcap has built up over the years is a damn shame. EA is doing some things right in the current climate, but the publisher has consistently shown us that it cannot move forward without taking multiple steps back.