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- With 49 different defensive plants you can develop your own strategy and hopefully take out the 26 types of zombies, ranging from pole-vaulters, snorkelers, and Zamboni drivers
- The pace of the levels and unlocking new plants is great for new players and eases you into the difficulty
- With a 50 level main adventure you can play through twice, dozens of mini-games and puzzles, and a survival mode there are literally hundreds of hours of enjoyable gameplay
- The injection of night levels, fog, and swimming pools helps to keep things fresh and interesting
- The game's visuals and theme are quite charming and help to draw you into the action
- It can take a while for the levels to get actually challenging which might annoy some more experienced players
Plants vs. Zombies Fast Facts
- Plants vs. Zombies was released in May, 2009.
- It was developed and published by PopCap Games, Inc.
- PopCap is well-known for making other popular casual games like Zuma, Peggle, Feeding Frenzy, Alchemy and the entire Bejeweled series.
- Plants vs. Zombies is available for the PC, Mac, bada, iPad, iPhone, Windows Phone, Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi, Playstation 3, PS Vita and Xbox 360.
- Over three hundred thousand copies of the game were purchased from the App Store within the first nine days of release, making it PopCap's fastest-selling title as of 2009.
- Plants vs. Zombies has won over 30 awards, including 'Outstanding Achievements in Game Design' and 'Best Casual Game' in the 13th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards and was both the Editors' and Readers' choice for 1UP's 'Best Strategy Game' of 2009.
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