Posts Tagged ‘casual’

Indiana Moans

By Alec Meer on December 21st, 2007.

I always get a bit confused about Popcap. They’re a publisher, and they’re a developer. But not all the games that bear their name were developed by them. So I don’t actually know quite who’s ultimately responsible for Peggle, for instance.

This also means I get unnaturally excited when I see a new Popcap game has landed on Steam, such as the recentish Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb. This, surely, will be the perfect Friday afternoon squander. Perhaps this one will be of Peggle calibre? Ooh, play, play, play…
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Italian Stalling

By Alec Meer on July 18th, 2007.

Lord, I loves me that Peggle. In fact, I love it even more than I did a couple of weeks ago when I scored it 9/10. I increasingly wish I’d given it 10, if only because our resident misery John Walker would have become so angry about it that we’d have had to kill him.

So, seeing a new game from Popcap, the casual games publisher/developer responsible for Peggle, crop up on Steam excited that growing part of me that’s obsessed with brightly-coloured cartoon puzzle games that don’t make pensioners cower in fear. Venice Deluxe is its name (if there’s one thing to love about Popcap, it’s that it suffixes its every game with Deluxe, just because it can), and shooting shapes is its game. Read the rest of this entry »

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