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on 13 November 2016
Puggle and Astropop are superb the other 2 are ok
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on 3 March 2015
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on 29 March 2013
Three games would set you back some money xbla marketplace. So this is a good deal. Also you will need to play the games via your xbla arcade not off the disk directly. I also loaded the disk directly onto my hard drive but Im not sure if that step was required.
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on 18 May 2013
brought this for my partner who loves the peggle game, and he hasn't put it down since.
brilliant gaming on the xbox
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on 8 August 2014
great game
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on 6 January 2013
we all had good fun with this set of diff games, kept us occupied for a while, easy to find.
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on 20 September 2014
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on 31 August 2014
My game came before the date that they had gave I was very pleased
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on 25 July 2013
Great game for all the family. Different level's which get faster as you progress through, can be addicted and competitive
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VINE VOICEon 25 October 2011
I got this for my wife, who is allergic to the latest gen consoles, and would rather play 2D platformers. She's been playing it in spare moments for the past few days and has tried out all of the titles; with few grumbles other than the controllers and XBox 360 dashboard interface.

Most know these titles in one form or another on phones, PC, etc:

Bejeweled 2 - colour matching puzzle title, simlar to Zoo Keeper, puzzle modes,
time trial.

Peggle - pachinko / pinball style game.

Feeding Frenzy - eat smaller fish to get bigger, to eat larger and larger fish.
amusing sound effects.

Astro Pop - Tetris variant, clear advancing like coloured blocks, probably the weakest of
the four.

Those who are familiar with PopCap as a publisher know they're the king of casual gaming, so no complaints about the titles, other than those targetted at the genre as a whole. There's nothing compelling for a regular gamer, with little immersion; but with no violence, being very easy to pick up and play, great for a younger child who wants a console, or for the politically correct who don't want COD, GOW, GTA, etc.

Minus one star for the mucking about with the scart connector to switch to PAL 60Hz when using HDMI.
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