EA and PopCap have just put out a couple of updates for their free-to-play offerings on iOS, Plants vs. Zombies 2 [Free] and Peggle Blast [Free]. PvZ2 has a new level pack with Frostbite Caves Part 2. Here, you play more of the icy levels introduced in part 1, with 16 new levels in total in the new pack. 3 new plants are available, with several new enemies to fight, including Dr. Zomboss and his Zombot Tuskmaster 10,000 BC, which would also be a sweet band name. As well, you have a new endless Icebound Battleground to play, and a Luck O' The Zombie event to enjoy March 10th-19th.

Plants vs Zombies 2 Update

Peggle Blast gets a brand-new character not seen in other Peggle games, with Buddy the turtle. He features a draggable bucket, and if you catch the ball in it, a rocket-powered peg explosion happens. I like the sound of that. 15 new levels are available, including new warp holes. Now you're Peggling with portals. Updates for both games are available now.

  • speedyph

    I PLAY A BUNCH OF FREE TO PLAY GAMES LIKE CLASH MARVEL CONTEST BIA3 but plants vs zombies just rubs me the wrong way after beating the first one and havin a blast paying 5$ for a freakin plant is insane

    • Samurix16

      I agree and also the game stopped working after the 3rd update.

    • spblat

      Agreed. I played the bejeezus out of PvZ 1. But the sequel never grabbed me to my disappointment.

  • FledgeFish

    I hate to say it but I'm still kind of bitter about plants ca zombies 2

  • FledgeFish

    I hate to say it but I'm still kind of bitter about plants vs zombies 2.

  • Luigi_Mario

    I liked PvZ 2. It had some nice twists on the original format, and I never paid anything. My big problem was the game was released incomplete and I rarely have the urge to revisit games when updates come months later.

  • khann

    I wasn't happy with PvZ2 but I am liking Peggle Blast.

  • Jake7905

    PvZ 2 started out as one of the best free-to-play games ever made. Sadly, the EA/Popcap decided to fix what wasn't broken, and turned the game into a Freemium mess.

  • Pheebers

    I agree -- the freemium aspect of PvZ2 wasn't bad in the beginning, but they must not have been making enough money, because the subsequent tweaks made it much more pay to win. I liked the play of Peggle Blast a lot -- but I loathe timers and I particularly loathe levels that are only winnable with paid power ups.

  • rewind

    I've beat every level on Peggle Blast. Ya know, I just felt like randomly mentioning that. 😀

  • iosuser

    I agree they continue to tweak PvZ2 to try to force you to pay but I have not bought anything. I'm enjoying all the new content they continue to release. Great game, don't usually like freemiums!