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Ready aim... bounce! Clear the orange pegs from 55 fanciful levels as 10 whimsical teachers guide you toward Peggle greatness. Wield mystifying Magic Powers rack up huge bonus points and make shots you'll smile about for weeks. Amidst all this fevered action only one question remains: Can you become a Peggle Master?System Requirements:OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista Memory: 256 MB RAM Processor: 700MHz or faster DirectX: 8.0 Internet: Internet connection is required to register both the download and CD-ROM versions of the game Format: WIN 98ME2000XPVISTA Genre: ENTERTAINMENT Rating: E UPC: 899274001437 Manufacturer No: PCJ-PEG-EN
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Then the repair technicians became rarer, and the wonderful machines began to vanish. Where are they now?
Here in ~PEGGLE~ I recapture some of that fascinating pastime.
The graphics are real eye candy, the triumphant music when one wins is absurdly rewarding.
On the surface It SEEMS to be a matter of random 'luck', then i get in some sort of 'groove' where skill appears to come into play.
I often wonder if the seeming luck/skill is actually programmed into the game, making the outcomes SEEM 'random'.
One works through numerous levels of ascending difficulty, guided by various whimsical 'peggle masters'.
One of whom is an owl, who confers the teachings of 'the zen ball'....a power one might win in a particular round.
''remember the zen ball is not infallible'' he says, but rather it can teach the player that ''every ball can be a zen ball''.
Hmmm.....I think that in playing this game I do learn something.
I learn to notice a certain unrealized tension ,perhaps a bracing for failure.This is 'not good', not 'zen'.
Spending more time with it, choosing the option to play against a 'master', over and over, my 'game' improves.
I assume that by watching hundreds of runs the subconscious is learning, so that slowly an instinct begins to emerge, a skill such as one could finally master in any field.
Therefore ~PEGGLE~ is apparently a useful learning aid, rather than a simple pastime.
This game is sooooooooooooooo much fun and soooooooooooooooo addicting. It's art style is also a perfect match for the game. The combination of skill and luck is balanced perfectly.
I love Peggle.
Oh, the only bad thing is, I hate making that Unicorn cry when I have to leave the game (wish I could give him a virtual hug and let him know I will be back soon!).