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|Current price: $6.99||Our rating: 9/10|
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Get ready to soil your plants in this high-definition, Multi-Touch adaptation of the PopCap hit! Winner of over 20 Game of the Year awards.* Plants vs. Zombies™ was spawned from the fertile minds that created Bejeweled®, Peggle™, Zuma® and Bookworm™.
A mob of fun-loving zombies is about to invade your home. Defend it with an arsenal of 49 zombie-zapping plants that will slow down, confuse and mulchify all 26 types of zombies before they reach your door.
Play with up to 11 simultaneous touch points and challenge all of your fingers or borrow some from your friends!
See Plants vs. Zombies like you've never seen it before.
Butter the zombie heads, arm your corncob and pop away.
Conquer all 50 levels of Adventure mode — through day, night, fog, in a swimming pool, on the rooftop — and unlock 18 Mini-Games and the ultra-challenging Survival mode. Replay your favorite levels with Quick Play mode.
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Review: Plants vs Zombies HD
Intro: Plants vs Zombies HD is nearly a full port of the PC version that has more modes and better graphics than the iPhone version. You can read about the premise and background of the game in our review of the iPhone version...
Final words: Plants vs Zombies HD presents nothing new, but yet has that same great game, just filling the iPad wonderfully. The game takes full advantage of the touch interface, and size of the iPad giving you those absurd zombies and plants in great detail. Thankfully mini-games and survival mode are included adding to replayability, but only half of survival is included, and puzzle and Zen garden are left out completely. For $9.99 Plants vs Zombies is worth considering depending on how many other versions of this game you already own. If you’re new to the franchise this is an amazing game, but for everyone else it is just, been there, done that.
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Plants vs. Zombies HD Review - Is this the definitive Plants vs. Zombies experience?
Intro: You would be forgiven for saying you've had your fill of tower defense games. The past couple years has seen a flood of these strategy clones filling casual portals like the iPhone and PC. But you know who might be able to bring you back: the people that brought you Peggle. PopCap, one of the best casual developers and publishers around, presents Plants vs. Zombies, its first tower defense game. While it uses the basic mechanics of all efforts in this genre, it's got charm and personality to spare. The result is another addictive experience that will appeal to all walks of gamers...
Final words: From the moment we saw the bizarre music video for Plants vs. Zombies we knew we wanted to play this game. It really is fantastic and stands right up there with PopCap's other hits like Peggle and Bejeweled. It has that elusive "special something" that gets its hooks in you and convinces you to skip food, sleep, and other essentials just to see what the next level has in store. If you've never played a tower defense game before, this is the one you should try. And at just $9.99, you're getting it for half the price of the PC original. It is an excellent deal.
Review: “Plants vs. Zombies HD” for the iPad
Intro: Ever since the iPad arrived last month, there are a number of games that have been considered “must-haves” by the staff. Among them is “Plants vs. Zombies HD”, a game that’s so addictive it could put your device’s battery power in danger. Once you strap in and start setting up your plant defenders, you’ll be hard pressed to put it down … even if the real zombie apocalypse comes...
Final words: We can’t recommend this game enough. A word of warning, though. If you do buy “Plants vs. Zombies HD” for your iPad, make sure you bring your charger with you. You’ll be sucked in for hours at a time, eliminating hordes of the undead until your fingers go numb. It’s really that great – but then, we’ve come to expect that from the team behind Peggle and Bejeweled 2.
Plants vs Zombies HD for iPad review
Intro: If you are a fan of Tower Defense games in general, you must have heard (or played) Plants vs Zombies from PopCap Games. iPad owners should be happy to know that Plants vs Zombies is also available on the iPad (titled Plants vs Zombies HD). Taking advantage of the multi touch capabilities on the iPad, the experience in playing Plants vs Zombies can’t be better than this!...
Final words: So far, Plants vs Zombies HD is probably the most fun and engaging tower defense on the iPad that I’ve ever played. The graphics are cute/comical and the “towers” unlock every stage makes you coming back for more!
Plants Vs Zombies HD Review
Intro: So we’ve all had a sniff of the digital crack that is Plants vs Zombies. You’ve probably played it on your computer or your iPhone for hours on end, but now we have a remixed version of the game optimized for our sparkly new iPads. As the young kids say, “That’s what’s up!”...
Final words: Put simply, Plants vs Zombies HD brings the essence and lunacy of the original game intact. That being said, we’re not sure hardcore fans who’ve beaten prior versions will find enough newness to fork up another 10 bucks. We’re just stoked to see how much better this game looks and plays on this new platform, and it really whets our appetite for the next chronicle of the war between our two favorite irreverent armies.
Plants vs. Zombies HD
Intro: Like a hearty tree slowly but steadily growing with each passing year, Plants vs. Zombies HD adds another ring to the series. This new instalment expands the inventive tower defence gameplay to a more spacious screen ideal for its flora-on-undead-fauna action...
Final words: To be fair, Plants vs. Zombies HD cultivates the same quality gameplay on iPad as it did on iPhone and iPod touch. More content on iPad does justify the price, though if you've already experienced the wrath of the Yeti Zombie then think twice before digging into this high definition release.