As one of the most successful and popular games, Plants vs Zombies brings a fresh breath to the tower defense genre with its addictive gameplay and entertaining levels. Did you hear that noise just outside the house? Zombies are coming through your garden and they don't look so eco-friendly! Grab your seeds and shovel, and let the sun shine on your garden! Show the pesky undead what going green really means! Plants vs Zombies offers dozens of levels, each with a different challenge of its own. Do you have the strategic gardening skills to put a stop to the waves of zombies?
Your aim is to protect your house from zombies by placing various plants in your garden. You can unlock a total of 12 different plants, each with a unique function. Each plant costs a certain amount of sunlight to place. When you first start, your garden will only have a single line of defense. However, your garden will expand after each level until it reaches the maximum size of a 9x5 grid. In addition, you will receive a new plant seed at the end of each successfully completed level. Zombies are slow to learn but they will figure out how to adapt to your garden's upgrades! With each new level, there'll be new types of zombies amongst the intruders. Some are tougher than others and could only be beaten by using specific plants against them. Some levels take place during the daytime. You can collect the falling sunlight in these levels for free, and place sunflowers to speed up your sunlight collecting. During the night time though, you have to use nocturnal plants that don't need sunlight to thrive.
Combining different features from both the zombie and strategy genres, Plants vs Zombies has become a great favourite among online gamers. If you want to show the undead that they picked a bad time for a zombie apocalypse, check our other zombie games!
Plants vs Zombies was created by PopCap Games.
5 May 2009
- Survival mode
- Adventure mode
- Puzzle mode
Use your mouse to play Plants vs Zombies.
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