The company has rebuilt its match-three puzzler in HTML5, with hardware-accelerated graphics and effects running in SD or HD. It's further evidence of Chrome's growing status as a gaming platform, with plugin-free gamepad support on the way and Square Enix among a dozen developers signed up to develop console-quality browser games.
Bejeweled franchise director and Edge columnist Giordano Bruno Contestabile said: "Everyone is looking to HTML5 these days because it holds the promise of cross-platform development across all browsers and mobile devices.
"While it's still early in the technology life cycle, we at PopCap are very interested in the potential of HTML5 gaming, and this game is one of the most advanced and impressive HTML5 games yet implemented."
PopCap has admitted struggling with Android in the past - senior game designer David Bishop told us in May it had "been a challenge because of the breadth and variance of devices" - but it appears to have found a solution. While Plants Vs Zombies has been available on Android for some time, this marks Peggle's first appearance on Google's mobile OS.