Most of you reading this have lost a moment (or two, or two hundred, or…) playing Plants vs. Zombies. Whether you find it relaxing to tend to your Zen Garden or enjoy having fun battling zombies, this game turns the un-dead into fun-dead.
With a significant upgrade to their initial release, you can now play 4 new mini games (Slot Machine, Zombiquarium, Portal Combat, and Beghouled Twist), tackle zombies in additional levels (Vasebreaker Endless which includes 8 levels of Vasebreaker; and I, Zombie Endless which includes 8 levels of I, Zombie) and test your green-thumbed skills with variety of new plants (extend your free Zen Garden by adding on the Mushroom Garden and Aquarium Garden).
Tony Leamer, franchise business director at PopCap, promises that these new updates are everything players have been wanting and more, stating that:
“Zen Garden looks amazing on the iPad and players will have a blast digging in, tending to their plants and experimenting with great new ways to take out zombies.”
Are you the competitive type? Rank your achievements with 28 new “ways to prove your zombie-zapping prowess.” Like showing off? See how you rate with 4 new and unique Game Center leaderboards (Zombies Killed, I, Zombie Endless, Vasebreaker Endless, and Peking Express).
Additional goodies can be bought with currency earned in the game –if you lack patience and the time it takes to gather your own coins, they can also be purchased as coin packs in increments of 100,000 – 250,000 with costs ranging from USD $0.99 – $3.99.
Plants vs. Zombies HD is just one of the many addictive titles to come from PopCap. Their product lineup which includes hits Bejeweled and Peggle have been downloaded over 1.5 billion times.
The latest version of Plants vs. Zombies HD can be downloaded from the App Store for USD $6.99 (existing customers can download the update without any additional cost).