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Peggle Dual Shot - Nintendo DS
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- Experience a popular and chaotic pachinko-style pinball game on the portable DS system
- Aim shots and bounce balls off colored pegs and bricks to clear levels and rack up points
- Conquer 120 levels, two full-featured adventure modes, and 90 challenge stages
- Go head to head with the computer or a friend with duel mode
- Enter a colorful, fantastic world and learn the secrets of 10 Peggle Masters
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Fans of the Peggle PC series will quickly recognize the forces at work in this chaotic, pachinko-style pinball game. You'll need to practice using the stylus to fine-tune your aim while calculating the perfect moment for each release, and you'll get a rush out of sending balls flying at strategically located bricks, pegs, and obstacles to score points and conquer a broad array of challenges. The advanced physics of previous Peggle games is now at work in this DS edition, which means the trajectory of each bouncing ball is calculated in real time, and the results of a shot may change if your aim is off by even one pixel. The precision of your angles also means that there's quite a bit of math-practice hidden in what seems like a purely entertaining game. Watching what happens after you let the ball go is a big part of the fun, since even the most skilled players are sure to get a few tantalizing, unlikely bounces each round.
All-New Underground Challenges
One place fans of the PC-based Peggles won't have a leg up is facing the parts of this game that are set in the Bonus Underground -- an exclusive, DS-specific addition to the Peggle universe. All in all, with 120 levels, two full-featured adventure modes, and 90 challenge stages to try and conquer, you can be sure that Peggle Dual Shot brings more than it's fair share of challenges to the portable NDS system. There's even a duel mode that lets you go head to head with the computer or take on a friend and establish grounds for bragging rights.
Unique Artwork and Magical Masters
In the course of your training, you'll also enjoy the backdrop set by a colorful, fantastical world, and you'll meet ten unique Peggle Masters. From Bjorn, the Super Guide unicorn, to the Renfield Pumpkin, master of Spooky Ball, these quirky, personable characters have their own specialties and magic powers, adding depth and a little bit of back story accent the strategic elements of each contest. And the unique, illustration-inspired artwork is packed with bold colors that really ground the Peggle's magical feeling in a world all its own.
Top Customer Reviews
Peggle DS, though... I don't play it. I tried, and the physics are really off, annoyingly so, in comparison to the other versions. It didn't hold my interest for any length of time because of that. I can't give it less than 3 stars because Peggle's a great game, and if you haven't played it on other platforms you might like the DS version, but I'll be adding mine to the pile of games I'll trade off.
Fans of the PC versions won't be disappointed. The games translate quite well to the DS, and it's great to have portable versions of them. The DS also features "bonus underground" screens that aren't in the PC versions, where you bounce the ball off pinball-style bumpers to collect gems for bonus points. It's a cute addition, and the possibility of earning an extra ball in the bonus screen adds a little more strategy to the game.
Peggle Dual Shot is fun and addictive, with well over 100 levels to conquer. I've seen some complaints about the graphics, but I thought they were colorful and well-rendered (especially for a portable game) and the background artwork was quite good. My only complaint is that you need a very steady hand to play it, or else that perfect shot you lined up could go astray when you tap on the screen to shoot the ball. Still, it's a lot of fun and I'm glad to have a version of Peggle that I can play on the road.
*You get both Peggle, and Peggle Nights in one game, which is a great value.
*The price of the item is significantly lower than most other DS games.
*I think the controls on the iPod are better, but that's just me.
*Turns out it's not just addictive for gamers, it's addictive for EVERYONE!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a 79 year old female gammer and I just love-love-love this game. I have a lot of puzzle games and this one is my very favorite one. It is my brain food. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ella E. Bentley
I ordered this game for my sister as a gift, and she just loves it !!!Published 10 months ago by Connery Flores
I've owned my 3DS XL for a while now and I'm shocked to find out that one of my favorite games of all time had a port that I didn't know about. This game is amazing though. Read morePublished 16 months ago by XBL: RickY iz SKiiD
Just cant put this one down and the older peggle nights is in there also with lots of extras.Published 17 months ago by DONAL
I love playing this game. It is fun, challenging, and addictive. This game came in great condition and functioning back in May 2014. I was playing Peggle on the PC.Published 20 months ago by Nellie K. Adaba
I'm an avid video gamer, normally playing high end RPGs, and MMORPGs on my computer, or PS3, but every now and then it's nice to have something a bit more mindless, and arcade... Read morePublished on January 19, 2014 by T. Quinn
I love this game and can play it for hours. I like how there are two "games" on here. Peggle and Peggle Nights. Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by Bellatricks
Seriously can not put it down. Very simple concept but is very challeging. I would recommend this game to anyone.Published on April 26, 2013 by llovellemrick
Not all that exciting. Different approach if you like target type games. Graphics are ok but a bit small on Nintendo DS.Published on April 1, 2013 by Janette