There's nothing like holding off a horde of sloppy zombies in the dark, but if you'd like to shine some light on the situation this Plants vs. Zombies Sunflower LED Lamp is the way to do it.
"Plants vs. Zombies" has been fixture on the App Store charts since it was released for iOS back in 2010. The game has seen countless downloads, and now, for the first time ever, PopCap's comical tower defense title is available for free on iPhone and iPad. Read More...
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Plants vs. Zombies has available on iOS devices for quite some time, but Android gamers who have wanted to get their hands on the extremely addictive mobile game have only been able to do so via the Amazon App Store, which a lot of Android devices don't have access to. Thankfully that has changed.
Today PopCap Games and EA have finally pushed the game, along with Peggle, to the official Android Market. Now that the Amazon App Store exclusivity has run out you're probably wondering if Plants vs Zombies will hold onto the $2.99 price tag now that it's available via the Android Market, and we're happy to say it will. Read More...
Android users, no longer shall you covet your iOS pals playing "Plants vs. Zombies" on the bus while you are forced to watch. If you've waited long and hard to stack peashooters against the approaching hordes of the undead, Amazon has some great news for you. Celebrating the online retailer's exclusive Android-version launch of "Plants vs. Zombies," the game is selling for the low, low price of free until midnight tonight.
Did you happen to come across some big, fat $5, $10 or even $20 bills at some point in the last couple of weeks and long to spend them on Mac or Windows PC casual games designed to eradicate your productivity? Well, PopCap Games has cut prices across the board in their webstore on PopCap.com through January 2, and though you won't be able to apply their discount to "Bejeweled 3" or bundles, you will be able to acquire "Plants vs. Zombies" or "Peggle Nights" for $9.95.
If you don't like "Plants vs. Zombies," I'm afraid we can't be friends. Sorry, that's just the way things are.
With that out of the way, PopCap released the Limited Edition of "Plants vs. Zombies" for PC and Mac earlier this month, which comes packed with a few new features and a 3 inch tall zombie figure which is just gosh dang adorable. Apparently that wasn't enough cute, so the company hired Moose Studios Pottery to create clay versions of some of the more memorable plants in the game, which they then mailed over to MTV Multiplayer HQ. That's them up top, creating a solid defense against the Limited Edition zombie action figure.
Michael Jackson-esque zombies aren't likely to appear when PopCap Games brings "Plants vs. Zombies" to the Nintendo DS in January 2011, but that won't stop them from bringing it to the handheld system with Adventure, Survival and Puzzle modes, as well as mini-games and some exclusive content that won't be found on the Xbox Live edition or numerous other versions that have been spawning over the last year.