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Plants vs. Zombies review
by Notly

«Plants vs. Zombies» is an arcade game that offers a unique and captivating gameplay experience, combining elements of strategy, puzzles, and «Tower Defense». Developed and published by «PopCap Games», this game quickly became a cult classic thanks to its original approach and enchanting atmosphere.

Players are tasked with defending their home from waves of zombies using various types of plants, each with unique abilities. Each plant has its own characteristics and effectively fights against specific types of zombies. Strategic placement of plants and skillful resource management are key to success.

The game offers various gameplay modes besides the main campaign. These include mini-games, puzzles, and a survival mode. Mini-games add variety and challenges, while the survival mode provides players with the opportunity to withstand endless waves of zombies at different difficulty levels.

The graphics feature bright, cartoonish visuals that create a unique atmosphere of a world overrun by zombies.

The amusing character design and intricately crafted locations make the game appealing to players of all ages.
«OST on repeat»

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Hello! We wood like to visit for a midnight znack. How does ice cream and brains zound? 
tower defense for the whole family.
«Sit back and relax»
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Microsoft from Swedish
Its sad that you have to dig up an old PC game ported to iOS to find a decent mobile game, not riddled with in-app purchases and general pennysqueezing. Its even sadder that EA has gone back and ruined said game by filling it with exactly that sort of anti-consumer moneygrubbing schemes. I bought the ad-free upgrade, because hey, I can see how letting people play the game but with the experience and very brand of the game ruined by ads might be something that someone, somewhere could approve as a trial period thing. Id rather pay five dollars than have my time wasted, though. But lo and behold, even after youve bought the ad free version of the game, every single game you start, youll have blinking buttons flying around the screen asking if you value your time so incredibly little that youll spend a minute watching an ad in exchange for what amounts to a limited-use cheat code. And they wont go away until you click and dismiss them. Every. Single. Game. Will be asking for a refund. EA hates their consumers and the feeling is mutual.
Well, everybody knows this game - Braaaains.