Peglin 9+

A Pachinko Roguelike

Red Nexus Games Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The award-winning roguelike-deckbuilder Peglin is finally available on iOS! This version lets you try it before you buy it with unlimited access to the first third of the game and a one-time purchase to own the complete game and all future updates!

The dragons have been popping peglins and stealing all of your gold for as long as you can remember. Enough is enough. It's time to venture through the woods, conquer the fortress, and delve into the heart of the dragon's lair to take back what's yours and teach those dragons a lesson.

Peglin plays like a combination of Peggle and Slay the Spire. The enemies are tough, and if you're defeated your run is over, but you've got powerful orbs with special effects and incredible relics that influence both your enemies and the physics you'll use to defeat them.

- Collect and upgrade powerful orbs and relics to defeat the monsters and bosses that stand in your way.
- Fight enemies with Pachinko-like gameplay - hit more pegs to do more damage. Use crit potions, refresh potions, and bombs wisely.
- Explore a new map every time, with different orbs, enemies, and surprises along the way.

What’s New

Version v0.9.13

v0.9.13 contains a slew of bugfixes:
- Issue with Roundrel not having the proper relic pool has been fixed
- Orbrasion self-damage now properly reduced
- Firing your last orb while holding the Decoy Orb relic no longer prevents you from targeting your next shot
- Powder Collector no longer counts already-cleared Brick Pegs as valid hits
- Brick Peg behaviour while shielded has been improved
- Main Menu plays its proper music again when returning to it from a battle

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
307 Ratings

307 Ratings

Editors’ Notes

This RPG lets you empower attacks against monstrous hordes by playing pachinko, a combination that's just as fun as it is unexpected.

MemStarz ,

Needs tunning

As a enjoyer of the version on pc I can say I didn’t expect the port but It feels like something that works for it, although you can tell how raw it is, being really obvious when you try to get the full game and it just removes the ability to get the full game. It really is just the same game on steam, and the port has some things that it could take from the dead cells port to mobile, like adjustable buttons and more customizable controls. All and all I feel like unlike dead cells this is a good game to port to mobile because of its less fast pace gameplay, but still making a requirement for being well timed. I will try to remind myself to give it a 5/5 stars if it gets a update to tune some of the obvious bugs and tune up the interfaces, but right now I think that it has potential.

Just a couple ideas to better the controls, though this is just on the spot


Add buttons to change the angle of the shot, and customizable sensitivity to adjust how fast the angle changes


Lock and load, or more or less select a target and press something to fire the shot to assure the user that the ball goes where they want


Maybe make a portrait style viewing mode so that all the balls and options are below, but the gameplay is on the top, and make it so shooting the ball only worked by touching a part of the screen so that the trash button wouldn’t be so easy to press accidentally

Yoshinaruto ,

Yes, it’s a free to TRY but PREMIUM game.

Just writing a review to counter all of the people (mostly kids) complaining that the game isn’t free. There are multiple games on the App Store where you have to unlock the full game by paying, or in some cases having a Netflix subscription, this isn’t anything new.

The sad part is, I think this is the best possible format for premium games. You get to try it for free, and if you don’t enjoy it, at least you didn’t have to shell out any money for it. There’s a lot of entitled people who didn’t read the in app purchase section, and thought the full game was free. This is a port of a full fledged PC game. Very rarely is that going to be completely free.

Apple should really make a category for games that have a one time purchase to unlock the full game, and make it so that people can’t review those types of games without purchasing them first. Otherwise they get review bombed like this one, even though their model is arguably the most fair way out there and should be praised for it, not ridiculed.

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