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Plants vs Zombies

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Everyone
47 customer reviews

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  • System Requirements: PC Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista.
  • PC CPU Type and Speed: 1.2ghz processor. System: Apple Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later.
  • MAC CPU Type and Speed: Intel Core Duo 1.66ghz or better processor (Not powerpc). Space (MB): 65+MB of free hard drive space.
  • Memory: 512+ MB of RAM. 8 or later.
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Platform:  WINDOWS 2000/XP/VISTA Publisher:  MASTERTRONIC Packaging:  DVD STYLE BOX Rating:  TEEN Zombies are invading your home and the only defence is your arsenal of plants! Use 49 zombie-zapping plants like peashooters and cherry bombs to stop the zombies dead in their tracks through day night and creeping fog. With five game modes to dig into the fun never dies! Think fast plant faster! Five game modes: Adventure Mini-Games Puzzle Survival and Zen Garden26 types of zombies including pole-vaulters and snorkellersAmazing graphics and soundtrack plus a bonus music videoUnlimited deluxe version: no Internet needed System Requirements:PC Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/VistaPC CPU Type and Speed: 1.2GHz processor  MAC Operating System: Apple Mac OS X 10.4.11 or laterMAC CPU Type and Speed: Intel Core Duo 1.66GHz or better processor (Not PowerPC)  Hard Drive Space (MB): 65+MB of free hard drive spaceMemory: 512+ MB of RAMGraphics: DirectX 8 or laterAudio: DirectX-compatible sound/video

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  • ASIN: B004M5ID9Y
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 5 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,987 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Janet Chandler on January 1, 2013
I don't play too many computer games but the few I do play I tend to play a lot. "Plants vs Zombies" is one of those games. I love this game to no end. The case the game came in states that "Plants vs Zombies" has won over 25 awards. I can see why and would give it an award myself if I had one to give. It formost is challenging. The game as you get further into it keeps you on your toes and has your eyes constantly swirling all over the screen looking where the next zombie will pop up. At the same time this is a game that will challenge your ability to plan strategy. To win at this game you have to more then react to what is happening on the screen, you also have to work out what kind of defense you want to set up to protect your brains from being eaten by the zombies. To me that is what makes this game so fun and addictive to play. There are 26 kind of zombies who you have to fend off. Some of them walk on the ground. Some swin on the water. Some use pogo sticks. Others try to pole vault over you and then there are the ones who float across on ballons. You ever at times have to ward off zombies driving zambonis! And lets not get into the ones on the bobsleds!

Fear not though. With all those zombies aiming for you there is help on the way. With a total of 49 plants and fungi available to you, all with different kinds of power to help stop the invading hoard, you just have to come up with the right kind of line of defense to keep those zany zombies at bay. The further you get into the game the more of the plants you unlock and make available for battle. With each round of play you first see what kind of zombies are waiting to attack. From there you get to choose what kind of plant you think is best suited to take on whatever kind of zombies are waiting to eat your brains.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Harplady on October 17, 2011
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My 10-year-old son really enjoys this game and its crazy variety of different playing character features and capabilities. The idea of growing zany plants in a Zen garden and then selling them to be able to change defense stragegy gives players the opportunity to look at things from a variety of perspectives. Numerous combinations provides hours of amusement. I would advise setting a reasonable time limit before starting.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William Hees on December 29, 2012
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In general, Plants vs. Zombies is a great game. Read all the other reviews to see how engaging, challenging, fun/cute, addictive, etc. it is.

I want to bring your attention to a particular difference between this PC/Mac version and the Android phone version, which took me by surprise. The PC/Mac version has nothing analogous to Android's "Quick Play" mode. Let me explain:

Both PC/Mac and Android have the standard game, called Adventure Mode. This is a series of battles between your plants vs. the zombies, that takes place in progressively more difficult levels (day time, night time, pool, fog, roof) with progressively more dangerous zombies. Before each battle you choose a small number of offensive and defensive plants from a larger list of "seed packets", then during game play you try to grow enough plants and place them in the right locations to defeat the zombies. After each level there is a special game such as bowling, whack-a-zombie, or a variation of the preceding level but instead of growing your own plants they give you random plants via a conveyor belt.

Unfortunately the PC/Mac version does NOT have any way of practicing an individual level. On Android they call this "Quick Play" mode. For example, you can choose to do just the last battle of the day time level, and play that one battle over and over without having to re-play the *entire* Adventure mode. You can't do that on the PC/Mac version.

The PC/Mac version does have plenty of other things: Mini Games, Puzzles, and Survival mode. These are fun variations on the standard rules. For example in some of them you are on the side of the zombies.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By critters VINE VOICE on November 29, 2011
"Plants" is a lot of fun, although the roof levels are evil. When you finish the game once, it becomes a lot easier to get money, but there comes a time when there's very little to buy. This seems to me to be the biggest flaw of the game, and it diminished play-replay an awful lot. Still, it has more play-replay value than many games.
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I liked this game, and my two girls (age 8 and 3 love watching me play). I played part of it first (the free trial) before I purchased it. I highly recommend you try it first, "game of the year" or not. It is nice that all of the things I accomplished playing the free trial were NOT lost when I installed this game "out of the box" over the free trial. That being said, the free trial isn't really difficult, and it's kinda fun ...and funny (in a strange, twisted, weird sort of way).
However, I play games ONLY to relax. That being said, as you progress through the levels, things get much more difficult (naturally) but there are several things that I wish I had known before I purchased this game.

The first thing is that there is no "novice to expert" difficulty settings for the user in the purchased version (as I had hoped) ...just as there are none in the trial. Everyone is simply forced to play at the same difficulty. In my opinion, that's very bad.
Also, it is good to note here that there are not very many levels. I'd say that the free trial has about half of them, which is nice. However, most of the game is left "incomplete" after you play through. I find that odd. A "cheep cheat" if you will. How about defending another neighbor, a store, a boat, or an RV park? There are endless possibilities here that (I'm sad to say) were not used. Let the player earn a zombie-proof fence for the house and move on...
Another thing is, that after you play through all of the levels (and decide to play them again), Crazy Dave "picks" plants for you. This is frustrating because he often picks things that you either don't want, or they are simply useless (like pea-shooters on the roof).
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