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 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 Troglobite, 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 TUSKMASTER 10,000 BC!
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 and Icebound Battleground.
"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 3.4.4
The Springening has sprung! The lawn is in full bloom in this latest update, including:
• 17 days of glorious garden parties, March 24 – April 9
• 8 spring-themed zombies, shuffling down the bunny trail
• Explosive special-edition plant Dandelion – get her for a limited time
• Eggbreaker mode – new to Piñata Party
• 5 fresh collectible costumes
• New Wild West and Pirate Seas level packs for Vasebreaker
Thanks for playing! Let us know what you think of the game by rating us after each update.
Plants vs. Zombies 2: Yes & No
A long, long time ago...I can still remember, how PvZ used to make me smile...
I played the PC Game with my Dad for a long time growing up, and I loved everything about it: The soundtrack, the gameplay, the originality. It was a fun-loving game that would keep you coming back. I waited for a long time for a sequel that would outdo the first (and I'm still waiting). Don't get me wrong, I appreciate all the love and care PopCap has put into it, but I feel that some of the strategy and gameplay has been lost on iOS. I do wish you would add more mini games, but at least Vasebreaker is nice. Today, though, I felt compelled to write a review. I went to my daily Piñata Party and found...a Progressive Commercial blatantly where it should be. I do wish there we no ads. I think it's not PopCap's fault (love you all), but the greedy hands of EA Games. They've made a whole mess out of this game, and I tolerated the ads until today. I can't take it anymore—kids aren't going to say "Hey Dad, I played this game and it says we should get Progressive insurance!" This freemium mess spoiled a gaming industry that was headed for the stars. To be honest, just play PvZ on the PC for a genuine experience. PopCap, I still love Bejeweled, and I'm grateful for your enthusiasm, but I'm tired of the dozens of ways this game tries to make $$$ from shoddy advertising and costly plants.
Absolutely Great, But the Bugs
This game is absolutely fabulous! I can't stop playing it because I still have to get past the ocean levels. Still though, there are a lot of bugs in the latest update that's keeping me From getting gems in endless mode. To start off, it won't let you pick another card after playing a few levels and if you go to press "Retire" at that point, it won't let you go to the map. You have to press "Save and Quit" in the middle of the game (just to help). Another note is that if you die (if the zombies get to your house), it'll start you back at level one with all of the plants you chose in the last session of endless and you can't move on from level one. For example, if you pass level 1, it'll stay at level 1 and there's no proceeding or turning back.
Another glitch is the vase breaker stuff. All of my progress (except for my perks and high score for vase breaker endless) reset.
Last but probably not least, I randomly got 12 gems. I don't know if you guys did this or if I'm losing my mind, but thanks. I'm 19 away from the dandelion. :)
That's all for now. Please take this comment into hand.
Usually, I don't write reviews but seeing as I've played Plants VS Zombies before and thoroughly enjoyed it, I can comfortably say that this is sad. The gameplay is flawless and it still fun, don't get me wrong. But when it all comes down to it, it's a money grabber. There are situations in the game where you have no choice but to spend real money to complete a level. Prices for plants are ridiculous. Downloadable content for major titled console games don't even cost as much as what you'd pay for a plant. A plant. That's one single plant. And even then there's no guarantee the next level will be a decent sweep either. Might as well buy another plant right? Let's get real here, nobody works a minimum wage job to spend $20 on a plant in PvZ. I earn more than the average, and I still think that those prices are full of feces. I won't be spending real money on this game ever, because I know for a fact it won't get better than this. Popcap, you're making money off of all of us, and I commend you for your genius, but you're still a douche. Whoever set your prices, or even decided it would be a grand idea to include in game purchases with such terribly set amounts, should get their brains eaten by a zombie ten times over.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Mar 24, 2015
- Version: 3.4.4
- Size: 62.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: PopCap
- ©2013 Electronic Arts Inc. Plants vs. Zombies, PopCap, EA and the EA logo are trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
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