The primary release of Peglin, a roguelike Pachinko-style game by Red Nexus Games, has been made public. The video game, which boasts more than 400,000 copies sold in Early Access on PC in its first year alone, is now making its addictive gameplay available to mobile players.Gamers can anxiously anticipate amassing a broad variety of orbs in Peglin to use as weapons as they navigate dangerous dungeons and dispatch anything from other goblins to demonic creatures. With each new run, orbs can be upgraded to boost players’ survivability since they entirely angle their strikes to hit the most pegs during physics-based attacks. The computer game’s pixel-art aesthetics add to its overall appeal, and because it falls under the roguelike genre, no two runs are ever the same.
According to Dylan Gedig, CEO of Red Nexus Games, “We’re enjoyed having Peglin available on mobile phones.” Since the first day of our Early Access release, the ability to more quickly bring Peglin to mobile devices has been requested. The team is excited for the Peglin community to grow to include those who don’t typically play video games on PC.
For more dedicated players, the Cruciball mode also offers a steadily harder ladder. If you’re interested in giving it a shot, download Peglin from the Google Play Store for Android devices or the iOS App Store. It’s a free-to-play game that requires a single purchase to unlock everything.