Plants vs. Zombies™ 2
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App Store Best of 2013
Play the sequel to the hit action-strategy adventure with over 30 Game of the Year awards. Meet, greet and defeat legions of zombies from the dawn of time to the end of days. Amass an army of powerful plants, supercharge them with Plant Food and power up your defenses with amazing ways to protect your brain.
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100 Million Downloads – This app has received more than 100 million overall downloads.
Winner: Best Mobile Game at E3 – Game Informer
Winner: Best Mobile Game 2013 – Mashable
Winner: Game of the Year 2013 – Slide to Play
NEW PLANTS! NEW ZOMBIES!
Meet Lava Guava, Fire Peashooter, Pepper-pult, Bonk Choy, Laser Bean, Pea-nut, and the prickly Homing Thistle: Just a few of the powerful new plants that will defend your lawn through time. Go toe-to-missing-toe with dozens of new zombies including Relic Hunter, Swashbuckler Zombie, Chicken Wrangler Zombie, Jetpack Zombie, Wizard Zombie, Mermaid Imp and Weasel Hoarder – the wiliest zombie of them all!
AMAZING WAYS TO PROTECT YOUR BRAIN
Choose your plants wisely for each level and plot out your winning strategy. Use Plant Food to supercharge your plants when you need it most. Freeze, flick and zap zombies off your lawn, using your fingers with simple touch controls.
GET CRACKING IN VASEBREAKER
Defeat endless zombie waves in Vasebreaker, the #1 mini-game from Plants vs. Zombies. Use smashing power-ups like the Butterizer, X-Ray vase vision and more.
UNLOCK YOUR ZEN GARDEN
Battle zombies to win sprouts, then plant them in your very own Zen Garden. Tend to it carefully and be rewarded with extra BOOM in your blooms.
LOOK OUT! ZOMBOT AEROSTATIC GONDOLA!
Take on Zomboss at the end of each new world. He’s coming for you with a host of diabolical inventions designed to challenge your best defenses!
NEW LEVELS OF EXCITEMENT
Unlock ultra-challenging endless levels in every world — Pyramid of Doom, Dead Man's Booty, Big Bad Butte, Terror from Tomorrow, Arthur’s Challenge, Tiki Torch-er, Icebound Battleground, and Temple of Bloom.
"This is a remarkable sequel: 9 out of 10.” – Edge Magazine
"As beautifully presented as it is absorbing to play: 8.7 out of 10." – ign.com
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What's New in Version 5.1.1
Swing into summer with the latest Plants vs. Zombies 2 update! From July 28 to August 10 enjoy:
• New special-edition plant Kiwibeast
• Two weeks of Beghouled Beyond mini-games in daily parties
• New Epic Quest – complete a series of challenges to earn fresh exclusive plant Aloe Thanks for playing!
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Great Game. Only a couple of concerns
First off, great game. I have played this game since it came out it Australia and I still love it. The game just doesn't seem to have enough replay ability. I wouldn't have this complaint if the endless zones got a full revamp and were made for players to invest more time into them. I see what you were going for but you kind of fell flat. I think that you should start out with a big chunk of plants and maybe make the levels much easier until level 25 or so. Then adding maybe a themed endless level every 20 levels. Maybe a level with lots of football zombies. Maybe a western level with hundreds of prospector zombies. Or even a level with mold colonies or flowers. This would really spice up the game and make the endless zones much better.
Another thing that I think would really help the game would be the addition of a lot more strong F2P plants, preferably costing gems. The game currently has a lot more cheap plants than more expensive plants and this could help to balance out the cost. I think that maybe strengthening weaker plants would also help balance out the costs. Mainly bloomerange bonk choy and other weaker plants. If you're wondering why I chose bonk choy it's because celery stalker is cheaper and much stronger.
I really do love this game a lot. I am just glad that they made an outstanding sequel to a great game. I do have PvZ Heroes and I love that game just as much as I love this one. Great work pop cap.
Enjoyment no more! New mechanics ruin it all!
I love the PVZ franchise, and I loved this game when it first showed on the App Store. Now I despise the game due to certain new mechanics and the price for new plants. One mechanic I find unneeded is the time rifts that appear during each level. While many might say it's there to bring more challenge I stand to the side and let out a sigh. The mechanic not only brings in random zombies from the many different levels, but it also opens abruptly in the middle where it can devastate your line of defense. For example, trying to get through the Aztec designed levels? Well here is some zombies from the distant future to destroy your whole defensive line because you don't have the correct plants to counter the future zombies. What I'm getting at here is the fact you never know what zombies are gonna appear out of the rifts along with when they are going to appear.
Onto the pricing of the premium/buy able plants. While some are dirt cheap the others have prices that make you question it sense it's the same price as a game on the App Store would cost. I understand the company behind this game needs the money to keep working on the game and other projects, but about five dollars is a bit excessive for one lone plant and a few coins/other consumables. Perhaps a better idea would be to make a premium pack that gives access to a large number of rare plants would justify the price.
A fun game no more...
Read the critical reviews and you'll see that the major complaint of this game seems to be way overpriced in-app purchases.... $6.99 for the new Grapeshot and for the Electric Blueberry? What a rip-off.... This used to be a great game just like the original PVZ. My entire family (including 73 year old parents) used to love playing this game.... Note, USED TO... Not anymore. Way overpriced in-app purchases have ruined a great game in our opinion, and from reading many of the reviews, this opinion is shared by many, many, others. Even plants that were "free" in the original PVZ (Squash, Torchwood, Snow Pea, Jalapeño, etc,etc...) cost way too much to purchase. Maybe EA will take a hint and do something good like making new plants available at a reasonable price if they insist on charging money, say $1.99 OR a reasonable amount of gems. The few plants we purchased with gems were 109 gems each if I recall correctly, and that was okay.
Big complaint also seems to be the new costumes... Even my kids agree that the new costumes are silly and add nothing to the game except frustration...
Bottom line, EA needs to get this game back to the basics like the original PVZ game.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jul 26, 2016
- Version: 5.1.1
- Size: 86.6 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
- Seller: PopCap
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPad, and iPod touch.
Top In-App Purchases
- Coin Pack 10000$4.99
- Coin Pack 20000$9.99
- Coin Pack 5000$2.99
- Plant - Snow Pea$3.99
- Gem Pack 110$9.99
- Plant - Jalapeno$2.99
- Upgrade - Bonus Seed Slot$3.99
- Plant - Torchwood$3.99
- Gem Pack 50$4.99
- Plant - Power Lily$2.99