The Ribbeting Sequel To The Ball-Blasting Classic!
|Zuma s Revenge:. The ribbeting sequel to the ball-blasting classic! Enter an all-new world of Zuma where evil tiki bosses rule the land! Conquer over 60 levels by firing stone spheres to make matches and destroy the deadly stream of balls then take on six tiki boss battles and guide your agile amphibian to victory!. Conquer over 60 levels and 6 mini-game Boss Battles. Play four game modes - Adventure Iron Frog Heroic Frog and Challenge. Use a variety of potent power-ups including three explosive new shots. Explore new gameplay like lily pad hopping slide-aiming and more. Enjoy amazing graphics and effects and save your stats in the Tiki Temple!. Peggle:. Take your best shot with this phenomenal bonus game! Shoot and clear the orange pegs to achieve Extreme Fever as 10 outlandish teachers help you rise to Peggle greatness. Conquer 55 levels and wield 10 Magic Powers in Adventure mode... and the fun is just getting started!. Action and Arcade Game of the Year (Zeeby Awards). Master 55 levels and 75 Grand Master challenges!. Play friends or the computer in Duel Mode. Save and replay your hottest shots!. System Requirements:. Zuma s Revenge System Requirements:. OS: Mac OS 10.4.11 and 10.5.8. Memory: 1+GB RAM. Processor: Intel Core Duo 1.66+ GHz. OS: Windows XP/Vista. Memory: 256 MB (minimum lo-res mode) RAM; 768+ MB (recommended hi-res mode) RAM. Processor: 700 MHz (minimum lo-res mode); 1+GHz (recommended hi-res mode). DirectX: 8.1 (required lo-res mode); 9.0c+ (required hi-res mode). Internet: Internet connection is required to register the download version of the game including those delivered via CD-ROM. Peggle System Requirements:. OS: Mac OS 10.3.9 and later. Memory: 256 MB RAM. Processor: G4 G5 or Intel Core Duo. OS: Windows XP/Vista. Memory: 256 MB RAM. Processor: 700 MHz or faster. DirectX: 8.0. Internet: Internet connection is required to register the download version of the game including those delivered via CD-ROM.|
"...PopCap has given gamers exactly what they wanted, a new title that's even better than the original. Terry Terrones, GamePro.com