'Peggle' goes on show at Pacific Pinball Museum

PopCap's Peggle is being featured in a pinball exhibition at the Pacific Pinball Museum in Alameda, California, through to September.

PopCap's Peggle is being featured in a pinball exhibition at the Pacific Pinball Museum in Alameda, California, through to September.

The popular casual game is being shown on computers alongside vintage pinball machines and pachinko machines.

"It's no big secret that PopCap's Peggle was at least partially inspired by Japanese pachinko machines, but it is an honor nevertheless that the Pacific Pinball Museum... has chosen to include Peggle in a new exhibit," PopCap wrote on their blog.

"This past weekend, as part of the exhibit, we set up four PCs to let folks play Peggle and compete in informal tournaments all day. Most of the folks who sat down had never actually played Peggle before (we didn't know such people existed!), but we're happy to report that the game was a big hit all day long, with many people happily walking away with free download codes."

The exhibition features pinball machines from the centuries-old bagatelle machines, to pachinko machines, to Peggle.

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