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Peggle FTW

Posted on Thursday, March 15 @ 19:15:50 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
When the ESA spits out facts like "The average game player is 33 years old" they're not just talking about gamers like you and me who can't wait until after work or school so we can get back to playing God of War II. They're including the "casual" gamers.

Take my wife, Miranda. She couldn't care less about the latest epic adventures of Kratos, but she can kill hours at a time with just "one more game" (yeah, right) of this Puzzle Bobble clone. So when PopCap's new game Peggle became her instant new addiction, I figured I should spread the word for your wives or girlfriends... or even if it's your own secret shame.

Cross a pachinko machine with an episode of My Little Pony then add a generous dose of LSD and a little Beethoven, and you might be getting close. Theres a free demo here that can be unlocked to the full game for $20. It's eerily hypnotic and it will distract your loved ones so you can get back to thrashing the gods with flaming sword-chains.


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