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***Update: well I WON the game, and happy to report I didn't spend a penny on it. Too bad, I probably would have paid $20 to buy the whole game because I love the actual game play so much, but because EA was so greedy, they got nothing from me. I made a point of doing so. *** I refuse to give a dime of my money to a company who has stooped so low as EA has to CRIPPLE the game play of one the best games in the App Store, so I am slowly but surely advancing through the levels and stages. Offer a one-time purchase and I would be happy to pay it, but I will not be contributing to the mindset that the freemium extortion model is acceptable. To the 5 star reviewers claiming those of us who have nasty reviews are just whining because we aren't good enough, nope. Even when you win, as I have, the game will then ask you to wait 5 hours to play the next unlocked level...or of course you can ask your friends or pay $$$... no thanks. People caving in and paying or posting this crap all over social media in order to play are contributing to this problem, because it sends a message to companies that this method works. Apparently there are enough people willing to hand over their hard-earned cash for the hopes of advancing faster, and EA is raking it in as a result. It's a brilliant move for EA, whose bottom line is dollars and not good will. Greedy as ever, that is for sure. Not impressed.
I first started playing Peggle a few months ago and was immediately addicted. I would play this game for hours on end, staying up at night, neglecting all the other apps on my phone. I had gotten so far and was more than halfway through the entire game. (A huge feat since some of the levels are near impossible to win) At this point I was sure I had spent 30+ hours playing this game. But recently, I had opened the app to play the game and it had taken me to the first level. I was confused, closed the app, opened it again, and was still at level one. I left the level to look at the map and all of my past levels that I had worked so hard on said that I had never even played them, let alone won them. I then repeated the process of closing the game with no luck, so I restarted my phone and still nothing. It’s been a while since that happened and I have still been continuously opening the app in hopes that my data would be restored, but I am met with the same sad result every time: level one. I know I sound dramatic, but I am devastated considering the amount of time and effort I have put into this game. I am so disappointed and hope that this fate never occurs to anyone else who plays this once magnificent game.
PopCap hit an absolute grand slam with the original Peggle. It’s one of my favorite games of al time, and it only cost me a dollar! As a highly replayable and mechanically sharp game, it easily kept me entertained for 50+ hours while giving me HUGE bang for my (literal) buck. I would have gladly paid $5 or more for it— unfortunately now I can’t play it at all. It’s been removed from the App Store to make way for the soulless, greedy cash cow that is Peggle Blast. This game embodies everything that I hate about the mobile games industry. The design is absolutely insidious, with cutesy graphics, a fun introduction, addicting and fair challenges— then suddenly they start systematically robbing you of hard-earned and well-deserved victories. The frustration comes from a series of increasingly infuriating cheap shots, like bombs that literally blow up your whole carefully laid plan out of nowhere. Peggle has always had an element of luck to it, and that was part of the fun. Now the cards are stacked against you, designed to milk a few more bucks out of the struggling masses for a temporary power up or a few extra attempts at clearing the board. Don’t give in, and if you are susceptible to impulsive decisions then don’t download Peggle blast. Vote with your wallet by keeping EA out of it— and believe me they are constantly grabbing for it in this depressing shadow of a once great game.
Now that these people mention it, this game really is evil I am deleting it. ALSO it is way to hard and this whole game was designed just to make you pay the creators I am stuck on level 75 and every time I start it says BUY THE FIRE RING and I have not spent ENYTHING on this game. The worst part is I think the glitches in this game are actually placed there to make you buy stuff because once I beat a level that was really hard and the music played and everything then it said I failed. Later in the game it happened a bunch more! IMPORTANT NOTE: Most people who submitted 5 star rating were actually PAYED to do so. So don't get this game all it does is generate impossible levels so you spend too much money on a simple game. I used to think this game was cool but thanks to these truthful reviews I now see this game is a SCAM! PLEASE DONT BUY IT IT IS FOR YOUR OWN GOOD! Get the original edition instead because it is actually good. And one more thing, people who are making fun of those of us that rate one star is NOT COOL because if you look at the game whether you admit it or not, most things require to to BUY them which is NOT COOL. I am a nice person but I had to comment about the truth of this. (P.S. I am going to convince my cousin to uninstall in too!) Ok bye! 🙂
Really enjoyed this game at first, but now I can't stand it. I've probably played give or take 100 hours of classic Peggle, and this game is an INSULT. It looks good, plays smooth, and controls are beautiful, but the meat of the game is corrupted with greed. It's been specially designed by evil, greedy people to make you spend money. I have been stuck on level 51 for 4 days now. Every time I lose, there is always ONE PEG LEFT. It's DESIGNED so that you wouldn't have enough plays, unless you are bestowed a miracle and have something really lucky happen. And then they insult you further by making the IAPs have zero value. Fail a mission? You have to spend $2 on three balls that only get used in that level and session. Power ups that can be used in any level are incredibly pricey and one-time use. There are only five lives, and when they're gone, you get to sit there and wait hours until you get five more, unless you spend money. I just finished losing to one single peg on my last life, and it was hard to resist the urge to spend $2 to get the level over with. Then I realized, it's designed to be pay to win, and takes advantage of people who are desperate to play more of the game. Well you know what? No. I'm deleting this. I won't succumb to your greed.
Developed by Electronic Arts.
Peggle Blast is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Casual
Last update was at Oct 16, 2021and the current version is 2.22.0.
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Peggle Blast have a 3 374a user reviews.