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Used RFEX93N7LLM3, thanks.
The big advantage of the iPod Touch is that you can fit in in your pocket - much better as a portable MP3 player, for example.
The iPad is much...
Now I have a pet, although I haven't found any way to interact with it yet.
No, death count has been the same.
My gear is deteriorating, and I can't figure out why. My hero hasn't died, and my talisman (same item all along) has gone from +29 to +28 to +27. WTF?
Version 2.0 with native iPad support is out.
This time the question mark artifact decreased my death count by 1.
Found one of those artifacts that did something random to your hero. It increased his death count by one. Worst way to spend 50 God power ever.
While I was asleep. my +20 weapon was replaced with a different +19 weapon. I didnt die. No idea why that happened.
Plants vs. Zombies HD. I think it is the sort of casual game that you would like, but it is one of the best regardless of what type of games you...
walnuts and squashes early on
Well, let's see. I have bought PvZ for Windows, Mac, iPod Touch, and iPad for a grand total of $30 - less than one crappy console game. Yeah,...
Yes, the minigames and survival mode are listed under quick play once unlocked.
more and less. The PC version also doesn't have quick play mode, but the iPad version doesn't have the puzzle levels, like I,Zombie, doesn't have...
Got to play it a lot today. It does have the quick play mode, which the computer version didn't and more achievements than the iPhone version. It...
Plants vs. Zombies
computer version - $20 from Popcap's web site, $10 from Steam, $7 from Big Fish Games - Popcap certainly doesn't seem to object to discounting...
And half the price of the PC/Mac version. I think it's a bargain on any platform, but if you don't like the price, wait, it will drop.
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