Peggle, PopCap's classic pinball puzzler, is currently free to download on PC if you have an Origin account.
Origin Access - the PC service granting players loads of EA games, discounts, and early access to upcoming title for £3.99 a month - has added the Mass Effect Trilogy to its Vault.
Next month's Xbox Live Games with Gold titles will include PopCap puzzle hit Peggle and Double Fine's saccharine-sweet sequel Costume Quest 2.
Plants vs. Zombies developer PopCap is making a new Peggle game, publisher EA has said.
PopCap puzzler Peggle is the next free game to be given away via Origin, publisher EA has announced.
PopCap co-founder John Vechey has defended EA after it won the dubious honour of being crowned worst company in America.
EA has bought casual gaming giant PopCap Games in a deal worth $1.3 billion.
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Casual games like Peggle and Bejeweled help ease the symptoms of clinical depression, according to a new study.
Peggle, PopCap's classic pinball-meets-pachinko timewaster, is coming to PSP next week.
PopCap's classic casual game Peggle finally makes its way onto European PS3s today, after appearing on the American PSN earlier this year and Xbox Live in 2009.
With more than 50 million copies sold worldwide, Bejeweled is PopCap's biggest-selling game. Then there's Plants vs. Zombies, Peggle, Zuma, Bookworm... All success stories in their own right. The company's only been around for 10 years but from a foundation of three has grown into an operation of over 250 people, producing games that transcend traditional demographics and trends.
Peggle and Peggle Nights are galloping onto the American PlayStation Store this Thursday.
PopCap Games has announced Peggle Nights is on the way for Xbox Live Arcade.
It'll include all the levels and challenges from the PC and Mac versions of Nights, plus the option to play the new content in the exclusive XBLA multiplayer modes.
To be specific you get 60 new Adventure mode levels, 60 new challenges, new Peggle Master Marina, extra style shots and three new Achievements worth 50 gamerscore points.
Developer: id Software
Price: GBP 5.99
PopCap has lowered the price of Peggle on the App Store to a measly 59 pence. That's less than a can of Coke.
PopCap plans to offer Peggle for iPhone and iPod Touch from 12th May.
The most unusual thing about this Live Arcade iteration of PopCap's acclaimed and beloved Pachinko-style puzzler is how long it's taken to cross over onto consoles. Casual games tend to be viral in their spread, and once one has captured the public imagination, there's little you can do to stop it being ported to anything with buttons and a screen.
Of course, even though it's accessible to players of all ages and abilities, Peggle is no more a casual game than heroin is a casual drug. Once it gets its cheery whimsical hooks into you, there's not much point resisting. Better to sit back and succumb to the obsession. Peggle, it must be pointed out, also has the advantage of not leaving you unconscious and covered in sick in a Glasgow pub toilet.
For those who have yet to experience Peggle, you fire a ball into a screen full of pegs. Whichever pegs you hit are removed at the end of the turn. The orange ones are your primary concern, since getting rid of those is how you progress to the next level. Blue pegs will notch up small scores, but will also obscure the path to those essential oranges. There's also a pink peg, randomised each turn, which boosts your score.
PopCap has announced that its maddeningly addicitive puzzle game Peggle is to be released on Xbox Live Arcade this Wednesday, 11th March, for 800 Microsoft Points (GBP 6.80 / EUR 9.60).
PopCap Arcade Vol. 2 is coming to Xbox Live Arcade on 31st March, according to Gamespot.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced a deal to bring five PopCap games to PlayStation Network, starting with Bejeweled 2.
PopCap's Greg Canessa has revealed the Xbox Live Arcade version of Peggle will feature a competitive multiplayer mode for up to four players.
The sequel to acclaimed PC puzzler Peggle has arrived, and is available now from the official PopCap website.
The game can be downloaded and trialled for free, and then bought for GBP 14.95 after you decide that yes it really is rather addictive might as well get the full version seeing as they've fired me and she's left me now anyway.
Peggle Nights takes place across the stylistically-themed dream worlds of the 11 Peggle masters. New to the game are 60 Adventure mode levels, 60 Challenge mode levels, Peggle Master power-ups, plus additional style shots, achievements and other specials.
Q Entertainment, responsible for Lumines and Rez, has agreed to convert Peggle to DS in time for winter.
PopCap Games has announced the retail release of hit ball-bouncing game Peggle.
PopCap boss Greg Canessa has said "online functionality" will play a major role in the Live Arcade version of Peggle when it is released in Q2 2008.
PopCap co-founder John Vechey has said Peggle is heading to DS, resulting in random outbursts of love.