August 15, 2013: Game developer PopCap has finally released the highly anticipated sequel – Plants vs Zombies 2 last Thursday. The game is currently exclusive to Apple App Store and it is free to download and play on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
The game release was delayed for almost a month as it was original planned for a July 18 launch as we have reported earlier. Nevertheless, it is better late than never and you should really go and download the game now. It’s pretty good and addictive. Just click on the game image below to download.
The zombies are coming… back. It’s about time! The sequel to the hit action-strategy adventure with over 30 Game of the Year awards is here. Join Crazy Dave on a crazy adventure where you’ll meet, greet and defeat legions of zombies from the dawn of time to the end of days.
Official Game Trailer
Plants vs. Zombies 2: Behind the Brainz – What’s New
Key features of Plants vs. Zombies 2 include:
- Three all-new worlds to explore, with more worlds coming soon!
- More than 60 levels at launch, with dozens more coming in future worlds
- Dozens of new plants and zombies, each with unique powers and behaviors
- Plant food to supercharge your floral defenses
- Touch-screen power-ups that let you pinch, flick and zap zombies directly
- Side missions, mini-games and other brain-teasing challenges in every world
- Challenge Zones at the end of each world that provide never-ending quests for glory
Gameplay Screen Shots
We are glad to say that the gameplay is as fun and addictive as the previous one. However, it is important to note that although the game is free to download and play, it is filled with plenty of in-app purchases that allow you to use real money to buy plants and upgrades instead of earning them in the game. We have to say that this has somehow affected the gaming experience as there are too many of them. Nevertheless, you should really download the game and give it a try.
Unlike the earlier version, Plants vs. Zombies 2 is a universal app, compatible with both the iPad and iPhone.
If you’re interested in their earlier version of the game, below are the links to click or tap. Remember that these are pay to download games, but they do not have any in-app purchases like the sequel.
What do you think about the game?
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