When Plants vs. Zombies [App Store] was originally announced on April 1st last year, PC gamers everywhere (myself included) were unsure if Popcap's newly revealed game was part of an elaborate April Fool's Day hoax or not. A little more than a month later, the game was released and not only saw universal acclaim from the gaming media resulting in an 88 on Metacritic, but also earned the title of Popcap's fastest selling game of all time.

In Plants vs. Zombies, Popcap takes the standard tower defense formula and greatly simplifies it. Instead of a path to build towers along, you drop seeds in your yard which then grow in to plants that have various offensive or defensive capabilities. The yard is organized in a grid, and zombies move straight across the row they spawn on, munching (or in some cases jumping or flying over) anything that they come in contact with.

A gauge on the top of the screen shows how close you are to the end of the level, with flags indicating when big waves of zombies are going to come. When you clear a stage, you're often awarded with the seeds of one more of the nearly 50 included plants. This seemingly constant progression does a great job of keeping you interested, as it always seems like you have a new toy to play with. To shake things up even more, mini game levels are mixed in, including a bowling game of sorts, a whack-a-mole game with zombies, and others.

Originally designed to be played with a mouse, Popcap did an excellent job of porting Plants vs. Zombies to the iPhone. The resource required to build your defenses is sunlight, and in the PC version feverishly moving your mouse around to click on the small suns falling from the top of the screen got tiring (especially when playing on a laptop with a touchpad). On the iPhone, the sunlight mechanic is also in place, but seems to work so much better when you only have to tap the falling suns to collect them.

Interface elements have been made smaller to dedicate more screen space to your yard, and some things have been moved around. Your available seeds have been moved from the top of the screen to the left, and to plant one all you need to do is tap it then tap the grid square of your lawn where you want it placed. Alternatively, you can tap the seed icon then drag your finger around your lawn. This causes both the X and Y axis of the square you're currently selecting to light up which effectively put an end to me accidentally placing seeds in squares I didn't mean to.

Plants vs. Zombies is absolutely loaded with high quality animations, excellent cartoonish zombies, and silly dialog between your neighbor/shopkeeper Crazy Dave and even notes from the zombies themselves. Throughout the game you'll defend your front lawn during the day, at night, then defend your back yard which introduces water plants that can only be planted in your pool.

As you advance through levels you will come across many more zombies than just the standard run of the mill mindless brain-muncher. There's a Michael Jackson zombie that causes others to rise from gravestones following a Thriller-like dance. There's also zombies that have armored themselves with screen doors, traffic cones, buckets, football pads, and other equally ridiculous equipment. 25 different zombies in all are included, and one end-boss. Each zombie even has their own profile inside the in-game almanac, and they're really worth a look once you unlock it.

Plants vs. Zombies performs well on both my iPhone 3G and 3GS. I did experience some slowdown when there were tons of zombies and projectiles on screen, but overall this didn't cause a problem playing through the game as the only time there was enough things happening on-screen to cause slowdown was at the very end of some levels where you already have your yard fully covered and are just waiting for the last wave of zombies to die.

On the iPhone, Plants vs. Zombies only includes the main story and a quick play mode that is unlocked once you've beaten the game that will allow you to play a few different scenarios and the various mini games you came across in story mode. The endless survival mode from the PC version is nowhere to be found, which is very disappointing, especially since I imagine quite a few people excited about Popcap porting the game to the iPhone have already completed the story mode on the PC.

There is only one difficulty level, and if you're a veteran of tower defense games, Plants vs. Zombies will likely be very easy for you. Personally, I love the tower defense genre, and being able to make it all the way through Plants vs. Zombies without much difficulty at all hasn't stopped me from playing through the game multiple times on my computer, and I'm enjoying the iPhone version just as much. I'm not sure what it is about Popcap games, but similar to Peggle and Bejeweled, Plants vs. Zombies never seems to get old.

The 88 Metacritic score of the original Plants vs. Zombies (complete with 100's from multiple sources) just goes to show how great this game is. The iPhone port is absolutely phenomenal, and even though it's lacking a few game modes, there's always hope for them to be implemented in the future either via an update or a DLC add-on. There isn't a lite version, but there is a free Flash demo that I highly recommend trying if this is the first you've heard of Plants vs. Zombies.

App Store Link: Plants vs. Zombies, $2.99

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  • Jindo Fox

    Sweet, been waiting for this. Just a few more minutes.

  • Jindo Fox

    Sweet, been waiting for this. Just a few more minutes.

  • Yagami_Light

    IDK. I tried it on my PC a while back, and found it kind of unimpressive. It lacked challenge, and really wasn't all too fun. Peggle was awesome, but this is just... meh.

    • Appaholic

      Booooooooo!
      Hissssssssss!

      • NOT A ZUMBEI

        Destroy the nonbeliever!

      • Gargaantaur

        Me gonna eat brains of people who hate this game.

        Brains.......

    • http://www.futureconscience.com FutureCon

      I kind of agree with you on one point - and that is the game isn't very challenging at all. The only level I had to repeat was the final boss, and even then only once.

      With no Endless mode, this game becomes incredibly easy way too quickly once you have the basic strategies down. Doesn't mean that it isn't awesome though!!

  • Yagami_Light

    IDK. I tried it on my PC a while back, and found it kind of unimpressive. It lacked challenge, and really wasn't all too fun. Peggle was awesome, but this is just... meh.

    • Appaholic

      Booooooooo!
      Hissssssssss!

      • NOT A ZUMBEI

        Destroy the nonbeliever!

      • Gargaantaur

        Me gonna eat brains of people who hate this game.

        Brains.......

    • http://www.futureconscience.com FutureCon

      I kind of agree with you on one point - and that is the game isn't very challenging at all. The only level I had to repeat was the final boss, and even then only once.

      With no Endless mode, this game becomes incredibly easy way too quickly once you have the basic strategies down. Doesn't mean that it isn't awesome though!!

  • http://www.kuyimobile.com/ egarayblas

    Got a copy already! :)

  • http://www.kuyimobile.com/ egarayblas

    Got a copy already! :)

  • highlyrefinedpirate

    thank you for convincing me to
    get this hodapp, it's an excellent $2.99 purchase.

  • highlyrefinedpirate

    thank you for convincing me to
    get this hodapp, it's an excellent $2.99 purchase.

  • Symbolist

    Tested flash version right now. Its fun. Enough fun to buy it. This is what I will do in a few seconds. Buying the game.
    But it would have been wonderful to have endless game mode and, the most important to me, it would have been fine to have higher difficulty to take away a tiny little bit of that occasional game flair. If those features will become delivered as DLC I will surely buy it.

    • Baaarrooon

      If you're looking for difficulty levels. Try playing the modes with the harder-to-beat zombies, like the bucket-head. That puts you in a bit more challenging position and is fun!
      But yes, I would love it if they added an endless survival mode!

  • Symbolist

    Tested flash version right now. Its fun. Enough fun to buy it. This is what I will do in a few seconds. Buying the game.
    But it would have been wonderful to have endless game mode and, the most important to me, it would have been fine to have higher difficulty to take away a tiny little bit of that occasional game flair. If those features will become delivered as DLC I will surely buy it.

  • ghOti

    Does anyone else find it highly suspicious that the only demo available for this 3+ dollar iphone game is a flash demo? Downright eyebrow raising.

    • Caiman

      ghOti, not really. That flash verison and the downloadable version have been around for months. Popcap believes in giving people various ways of trying their games.

      Pity there's no minigames, though. For me, those minigames were what made PvZ special. The main campaign was almost training for the evil minigames.

    • http://www.squarezerostudio.com squarezero

      Suspicious of what? What are you suggesting? In an event, as Symbolist points out, you can get a downloadable trial version as well.

    • Erik Moller

      Boy people were still cheap 3 years ago. Price of one item at Starbucks

  • ghOti

    Does anyone else find it highly suspicious that the only demo available for this 3+ dollar iphone game is a flash demo? Downright eyebrow raising.

    • Caiman

      ghOti, not really. That flash verison and the downloadable version have been around for months. Popcap believes in giving people various ways of trying their games.

      Pity there's no minigames, though. For me, those minigames were what made PvZ special. The main campaign was almost training for the evil minigames.

    • http://www.squarezerostudio.com squarezero

      Suspicious of what? What are you suggesting? In an event, as Symbolist points out, you can get a downloadable trial version as well.

  • Symbolist

    There exists a downloadable trial version, too.

  • Symbolist

    There exists a downloadable trial version, too.

  • SDragon

    They did a great job with this. Definite buy.

  • SDragon

    They did a great job with this. Definite buy.

  • Dran

    Awesome game if a little too easy, but definitely worth the 2.99 if you havent played it before. I already finished it on PC, so I wont be getting it, but Im sure but Im sure it will be another top seller.

  • Dran

    Awesome game if a little too easy, but definitely worth the 2.99 if you havent played it before. I already finished it on PC, so I wont be getting it, but Im sure but Im sure it will be another top seller.

  • mitu

    i played through the story mode of the pc version in 2 days :D

  • mitu

    i played through the story mode of the pc version in 2 days :D

  • oliath

    My personal game buying strategy nowadays is to not rush since there will inevitably be some sort of sale in a week or so.

    I also find its better to wait for stuff to be patched and then purchase it as opposed to endlessly waiting for a patched game.

    I think when porting an already popular game to another platform you would have thought that they could add a few extra things to at least give those who have already played it a reason to buy it again... instead they add less?

    • MrMuesli

      Yes, fully agree with all that. I guess there are just many who are happy to play this on their iDevice regardless of there being fewer game modes. But it does seem odd to charge for less. hey ho...

    • http://www.squarezerostudio.com squarezero

      How about the fact that you can play it on a device that fits in your pocket? I'd call that a new feature.

    • Dave

      I don't know about PVZ ever going on sale, so you might have to wait awhile. Has any of the other popcapcrack games ever gone on sale?

      • Jigglyman

        I know Peggle went on sale for 99 cents once, so it's definitely worth waiting if you just can't afford those extra two dollars!

      • Erik Moller

        99 cents now. I'm a Looper from 3 years later though.

  • oliath

    My personal game buying strategy nowadays is to not rush since there will inevitably be some sort of sale in a week or so.

    I also find its better to wait for stuff to be patched and then purchase it as opposed to endlessly waiting for a patched game.

    I think when porting an already popular game to another platform you would have thought that they could add a few extra things to at least give those who have already played it a reason to buy it again... instead they add less?

    • MrMuesli

      Yes, fully agree with all that. I guess there are just many who are happy to play this on their iDevice regardless of there being fewer game modes. But it does seem odd to charge for less. hey ho...

    • http://www.squarezerostudio.com squarezero

      How about the fact that you can play it on a device that fits in your pocket? I'd call that a new feature.

    • Dave

      I don't know about PVZ ever going on sale, so you might have to wait awhile. Has any of the other popcapcrack games ever gone on sale?

      • Jigglyman

        I know Peggle went on sale for 99 cents once, so it's definitely worth waiting if you just can't afford those extra two dollars!

  • Weyzer

    Got it as soon as it was available, and it really works on the small screen, very smooth indeed. Too bad they didn't add any new stuff (Or did they?). I only played day levels so far. Are the mini-games in this version?

  • Weyzer

    Got it as soon as it was available, and it really works on the small screen, very smooth indeed. Too bad they didn't add any new stuff (Or did they?). I only played day levels so far. Are the mini-games in this version?

  • QuebecRage

    Please stop calling PvZ a tower defense game. It is not !!! Why do you think that most players who don't like tower defense game will still LOVE this game ? PvZ use strategy but has more a "Defend your Castle" approach....

    To get back on the subject this is a steal at 3$ and would love to try it on the iPad (even through I won't buy the large iPod).

    • Frankswaa

      Um thats what tower defenses are dude lol....
      have you ever held an ipad to your ear? Two different things : )

  • QuebecRage

    Please stop calling PvZ a tower defense game. It is not !!! Why do you think that most players who don't like tower defense game will still LOVE this game ? PvZ use strategy but has more a "Defend your Castle" approach....

    To get back on the subject this is a steal at 3$ and would love to try it on the iPad (even through I won't buy the large iPod).

    • Frankswaa

      Um thats what tower defenses are dude lol....
      have you ever held an ipad to your ear? Two different things : )

  • Oink

    I just have to comment on this as well - best iphone release since Peggle, now get going on Peggle Nights already ;)

  • Oink

    I just have to comment on this as well - best iphone release since Peggle, now get going on Peggle Nights already ;)

  • Rudi

    This game looks absolutely boring.

    • Miffed

      So do you.

      • Philly the Kid

        BURNED!

  • Rudi

    This game looks absolutely boring.

    • Miffed

      So do you.

      • Philly the Kid

        BURNED!

  • Sloppy

    Look good... But I feel the game is a little over rated

  • Sloppy

    Look good... But I feel the game is a little over rated

  • araczynski

    it was a fun twist on td when i played it on the pc. but no reason to buy it more than once.

  • araczynski

    it was a fun twist on td when i played it on the pc. but no reason to buy it more than once.

  • Thowky

    Well worth the money if you haven't played the PC game and I'll pick it up once it goes on sale or when I get an urge to replay it.

    I spent so much time on the PC version though that without the endless mode here or anything new it doesn't make me want to rush to buy this version.

  • Thowky

    Well worth the money if you haven't played the PC game and I'll pick it up once it goes on sale or when I get an urge to replay it.

    I spent so much time on the PC version though that without the endless mode here or anything new it doesn't make me want to rush to buy this version.

  • Ariel

    GREAT GAME!!!

  • Ariel

    GREAT GAME!!!

  • Grant

    bought it, love it. Nough said.

  • Grant

    bought it, love it. Nough said.

  • dumas1000

    I'm not one of those people who can be easily convinced to drink the magical kool-aid. Peggle for a buck turned out to be quite a steal though.

    • TekJansen

      what if I told you it's grape koolaid

  • dumas1000

    I'm not one of those people who can be easily convinced to drink the magical kool-aid. Peggle for a buck turned out to be quite a steal though.

    • TekJansen

      what if I told you it's grape koolaid

  • Kevin

    This game is awesome. I won't re-buy it on the iphone without any new features, but I'm hoping they do a plant vs. zombies 2 (and THAT one, I'll hold out for the iphone version). Only complaint was that it was too easy. But so much fun!

  • Kevin

    This game is awesome. I won't re-buy it on the iphone without any new features, but I'm hoping they do a plant vs. zombies 2 (and THAT one, I'll hold out for the iphone version). Only complaint was that it was too easy. But so much fun!

  • Cooper

    Can anyone tell me if zen garden is in it or not?

  • Cooper

    Can anyone tell me if zen garden is in it or not?

  • http://www.gadlaw.com gadlaw

    A great, fun game. Have it for the PC, just got it for the iTouch and it plays very well. Like a lot of the Pop Cap games this one has a great deal of re-playability and is a perfect casual game. I understand why some people might not like it since a lot of people don't like anything but it's hard to understand the reasoning for inflicting scornful attitudes for a game you certainly don't have to buy to try out and you don't have to buy at all.

  • http://www.gadlaw.com gadlaw

    A great, fun game. Have it for the PC, just got it for the iTouch and it plays very well. Like a lot of the Pop Cap games this one has a great deal of re-playability and is a perfect casual game. I understand why some people might not like it since a lot of people don't like anything but it's hard to understand the reasoning for inflicting scornful attitudes for a game you certainly don't have to buy to try out and you don't have to buy at all.

  • Ginger Yellow

    So is there any reason to play this if you're through with the PC version? I just played through the story mode for the second time when I was stuck in DC. It would be a perfect game for the iPhone, but if there's nothing new, and no Endless mode, I don't really see the point.

  • Ginger Yellow

    So is there any reason to play this if you're through with the PC version? I just played through the story mode for the second time when I was stuck in DC. It would be a perfect game for the iPhone, but if there's nothing new, and no Endless mode, I don't really see the point.

  • Poco

    Is that a new feature of the game in your opinion? With the same logic if you get a laptop and you play it on it instead of the PC, it is a new feature cos you can carry your laptop around.
    I will wait whether they will add minigames through an update or DLC. The story mode is way too easy.

    • Dave

      Hey, if you look at screenshots of the "Quick Play" section in the app store, you can see walnut bowling in the bonus games option! I wonder what other games are there. Too bad we have to finish playing adventure mode to find out.

  • Poco

    Is that a new feature of the game in your opinion? With the same logic if you get a laptop and you play it on it instead of the PC, it is a new feature cos you can carry your laptop around.
    I will wait whether they will add minigames through an update or DLC. The story mode is way too easy.

    • Dave

      Hey, if you look at screenshots of the "Quick Play" section in the app store, you can see walnut bowling in the bonus games option! I wonder what other games are there. Too bad we have to finish playing adventure mode to find out.

  • http://www.squarezerostudio.com squarezero

    The laptop is a PC. And it doesn't fit in my pocket.

    • Mediocre

      You just haven't tried hard enough.

    • http://www.squarezerostudio.com squarezero

      Or perhaps my pants are not big enough ;).

  • http://www.squarezerostudio.com squarezero

    The laptop is a PC. And it doesn't fit in my pocket.

    • Mediocre

      You just haven't tried hard enough.

    • http://www.squarezerostudio.com squarezero

      Or perhaps my pants are not big enough ;).

  • Jas

    Wonderful game.... but already finished it on PC. I can't see the point of buying it again with less features. It should have had a few extra zombies or levels to tempt current PvZ customers.

  • Jas

    Wonderful game.... but already finished it on PC. I can't see the point of buying it again with less features. It should have had a few extra zombies or levels to tempt current PvZ customers.

  • http://www.madmonkeymilitia.com Randy Greenback

    Best 2.99 spent EVAR!!!!! Thanks Popcap!

  • http://www.madmonkeymilitia.com Randy Greenback

    Best 2.99 spent EVAR!!!!! Thanks Popcap!

  • Dee

    This (and maybe Doom II RPG since I grew up with the series) will be the only iphone game that will keep me busy for a while :-D

  • Dee

    This (and maybe Doom II RPG since I grew up with the series) will be the only iphone game that will keep me busy for a while :-D

  • Chad

    The point of buying a game you've already beaten is because it's fun to have on a portable. Do you really always refuse to ever beat any game more than once?

  • Chad

    The point of buying a game you've already beaten is because it's fun to have on a portable. Do you really always refuse to ever beat any game more than once?

  • The Theory

    meanwhile, for those of us who HAVEN'T bought the game before this is a great pick-up. Especially if Popcap does an update at some point to add some of the features missing from the PC version. As their updates of Bejeweled 2 have shown me, they're pretty good at updating their product, rather than sitting and letting them rot.

  • The Theory

    meanwhile, for those of us who HAVEN'T bought the game before this is a great pick-up. Especially if Popcap does an update at some point to add some of the features missing from the PC version. As their updates of Bejeweled 2 have shown me, they're pretty good at updating their product, rather than sitting and letting them rot.

  • drunknbass

    fun game, playing on my 2nd gen ipod touch gets choppy low fps when i have almost all the spots occupied with plants.. and when you are playing fast and trying to attack zombies and tapping on a plant to select it not realizing the low fps makes it not select and you plant the wrong one, is kind of annoying.

    but other than that its a great game, great art, etc.

  • drunknbass

    fun game, playing on my 2nd gen ipod touch gets choppy low fps when i have almost all the spots occupied with plants.. and when you are playing fast and trying to attack zombies and tapping on a plant to select it not realizing the low fps makes it not select and you plant the wrong one, is kind of annoying.

    but other than that its a great game, great art, etc.

  • http://www.mobileitch.com koyut

    The game lags heavily on non 3GS devices. C'mon PopCap.

  • http://www.mobileitch.com koyut

    The game lags heavily on non 3GS devices. C'mon PopCap.

  • http://www.lylesantos.com Lyle

    One of the best games for the the iPhone!

  • http://www.lylesantos.com Lyle

    One of the best games for the the iPhone!

  • Symbolist

    Bought the game. I like it. It is fun and it is worth the money. A decent game. Found no bugs. Levels a little bit repetitive. Would buy it again.

    But... I cannot take every comment in this articles thread for real.
    How many of you guys are employes of Popcap?

    • Symbolist

      Sorry. Reread the entries. Learning, I overdid a little. Comments are fair. Stupid I am.

      • Solus

        The way you talk. Leads me to believe you are Mordin. Or Mordin impersonater.

  • Symbolist

    Bought the game. I like it. It is fun and it is worth the money. A decent game. Found no bugs. Levels a little bit repetitive. Would buy it again.

    But... I cannot take every comment in this articles thread for real.
    How many of you guys are employes of Popcap?

    • Symbolist

      Sorry. Reread the entries. Learning, I overdid a little. Comments are fair. Stupid I am.

      • Solus

        The way you talk. Leads me to believe you are Mordin. Or Mordin impersonater.

  • http://www.gravestones.org.uk Marie

    My boys love zombie games. We'll have to check it out.

  • http://www.gravestones.org.uk Marie

    My boys love zombie games. We'll have to check it out.

  • Crunc

    Given that they have never updated Peggle, even though they promised such an update long ago to add the music that was missing from that port, I really don't think there is any hope whatsoever of an update to PvZ that will add other game modes.

    • Greg

      I'm not sure. You're absolutely right about Peggle, but Popcap has been steadily upgrading Bejeweled 2 from the start. We'll just have to
      see.

  • Crunc

    Given that they have never updated Peggle, even though they promised such an update long ago to add the music that was missing from that port, I really don't think there is any hope whatsoever of an update to PvZ that will add other game modes.

    • Greg

      I'm not sure. You're absolutely right about Peggle, but Popcap has been steadily upgrading Bejeweled 2 from the start. We'll just have to
      see.

  • EricB

    I confirm indeed that the frame rate on the 2nd Gen iPod Touch is pretty slow when a lot of action is on the screen. You have to learn to touch a couple of time a selection to register on the device. On the iPod Touch I don't see the explosive cherry bombs as bombs but more like a fps calibration device since it bombs away a lot of the crowded animation in one explosion. :)

    beside that, it's a real blast to play.

  • EricB

    I confirm indeed that the frame rate on the 2nd Gen iPod Touch is pretty slow when a lot of action is on the screen. You have to learn to touch a couple of time a selection to register on the device. On the iPod Touch I don't see the explosive cherry bombs as bombs but more like a fps calibration device since it bombs away a lot of the crowded animation in one explosion. :)

    beside that, it's a real blast to play.

  • sdsviet

    im really dissapointed that they took out endless mode. the modes now are way too easy and boring. i like tower defense games because they usually give me a chance to play one stage endlessly until i die. it really builds up my skill and strategy. i played a crapload of endless mode on the pc version and it would have been perfect if endless mode was included. i was fine with it not having the garden or those mini games but not having endless mode really killed the mood for me. those acheivements on there looks to be hard but trying to replay those easy stages are just gonna annoy me. i had it for a day and already finished the game. no replayability here. im definitely not replaying a thousands quick plays so i can get enough money to buy stuff. at least i can accumulate a decent amount of money in endless mode and actually make use of the coin collecting magnet. i totally wasted my money on that thinking there was a stage i can use it on.

  • sdsviet

    im really dissapointed that they took out endless mode. the modes now are way too easy and boring. i like tower defense games because they usually give me a chance to play one stage endlessly until i die. it really builds up my skill and strategy. i played a crapload of endless mode on the pc version and it would have been perfect if endless mode was included. i was fine with it not having the garden or those mini games but not having endless mode really killed the mood for me. those acheivements on there looks to be hard but trying to replay those easy stages are just gonna annoy me. i had it for a day and already finished the game. no replayability here. im definitely not replaying a thousands quick plays so i can get enough money to buy stuff. at least i can accumulate a decent amount of money in endless mode and actually make use of the coin collecting magnet. i totally wasted my money on that thinking there was a stage i can use it on.

  • Biggles

    I'm not sure where the "didn't add anything" came from - the iphone PvZ has achievements, which are lame, but fun, and I don't recall being in the original. Once you've played thru the adventure mode, you also unlock "quick play", which lets you choose either normal PvZ in the various modes (day/night/fog/pool and such) and zombie equipment levels, or play the bowling, whack-a-zombie, mini-zombie, boss, and conveyor-belt levels as well.

    All in all - 3 bucks well spent. I can't think of an iphone game I've actually *enjoyed* playing more. I would also add that I enjoy PvZ on the touch better than on a PC, as pointing and touching is more natural for this than a mouse is, at least for me.

  • Biggles

    I'm not sure where the "didn't add anything" came from - the iphone PvZ has achievements, which are lame, but fun, and I don't recall being in the original. Once you've played thru the adventure mode, you also unlock "quick play", which lets you choose either normal PvZ in the various modes (day/night/fog/pool and such) and zombie equipment levels, or play the bowling, whack-a-zombie, mini-zombie, boss, and conveyor-belt levels as well.

    All in all - 3 bucks well spent. I can't think of an iphone game I've actually *enjoyed* playing more. I would also add that I enjoy PvZ on the touch better than on a PC, as pointing and touching is more natural for this than a mouse is, at least for me.

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  • raine

    here is a very good review of the game that i have read, if you think that the game is very easy and not that impressive, well i guess, you should think again. In this review, there is also a video clip of the game, with all game modes are played for you to have an idea about the other game modes.

    http://intellectualopinions.blogspot.com/2010/04/plants-versus-zombies.html

    this game is really great, oh by the way, which game mode do you guys like the most? For me, i like the survival mode... and some in mini games.. Yeah this game modes will really make players think, and come up with a very good strategy to protect their BRAINS..

    Brains... Brains... Brains... wohoo, i guess this is the games effect...

    Brains... brains... brains...

  • raine

    here is a very good review of the game that i have read, if you think that the game is very easy and not that impressive, well i guess, you should think again. In this review, there is also a video clip of the game, with all game modes are played for you to have an idea about the other game modes.

    http://intellectualopinions.blogspot.com/2010/04/plants-versus-zombies.html

    this game is really great, oh by the way, which game mode do you guys like the most? For me, i like the survival mode... and some in mini games.. Yeah this game modes will really make players think, and come up with a very good strategy to protect their BRAINS..

    Brains... Brains... Brains... wohoo, i guess this is the games effect...

    Brains... brains... brains...

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  • Erik Moller

    Very disappointed that there's still no survival mode - given the iPhone 5 and 6 can more than handle it. I wonder if PVZ2 will have endless on the iPhone or if I should just buy it on the regular/mini iPad.