The ridiculously free-to-play sequel to Popcap's plant defense game finally breaks the bonds of Apple exclusivity, escaping the walled garden into Android territory. It's available right now for free on Google Play. Let's re-review, shall we?
Can you smell that, Android gamers? The earthy mingling of vegetation and death? That means Plants Vs. Zombies 2 is coming. Popcap has announced a "soft launch" of the timed iOS exclusive in New Zeland and Australia, indicating the worldwide launch of the acclaimed free-to-play sequel on Android platforms is due…
You're in good company if you've been playing Plants vs. Zombies 2 for the last couple of weeks. In fact, your company is nearly 25 million strong, according to figures published yesterday by PopCap.
A Plants Vs. Zombies public relations man tells me his company did not pay for this impressive five-acre corn maze in Oregon. He just sent some images and video... that has a zombie dancing in the middle of it. PR stunt or not, this maze is pretty awesome.
The first expansion to Plants Vs. Zombies 2 will be set in the future, the game's creators at PopCap just announced at a Gamescom EA kick-off event. The free-to-play game has already been downloaded some 16 million times since its release last week.
Maybe you're one of the lucky ones. Maybe you've got Plants vs. Zombies 2 working perfectly across multiple iOS devices. Maybe you're able to play it on the go on iPhone and at home on iPad with your progress carrying between the two without a second thought. Or maybe not.
Plants Vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time has arrived, and despite the glowing reviews and praise for its relaxed attitude towards micro-transactions, folks are worried about the whole "free-to-play" aspect reaching into their pockets and taking all of their money away. You don't have to be that person.
You can spend five dollars in Plants Vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time to advance from Ancient Egypt to the Pirate Seas. You can unlock enhancements with cash, or use your real money to purchase in-game currency, stocking up on power-ups and using them to blow through every level. Or just keep your money and enjoy an…
Okay, that explains why Kevin Smith's hetero lifemate Jason Mewes was hanging out at the Popcap both at San Diego Comic-Con earlier today.
Fans of PopCap's garden defense sensation were crushed late last month, when the eagerly-anticipated sequel slipped from its original July release window. The bad news? Game producer Allen Murray says we've still got at least four weeks before Plants Vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time comes out. The good news depends on…
Plants vs. Zombies 2, the much-anticipated (and much-discussed) sequel to 2009's smash hit Plants vs. Zombies, will be out this July. Here's a teaser trailer featuring our good buddy Francis.
The dead will rise and the vines will writhe come spring 2013, when Popcap Games finally gets around to releasing a sequel to the popular lawn defense game Plants. Vs. Zombies. It's about damn time.
Just got done with an entertaining meeting with some of the top people behind Plants Vs. Zombies, Bejeweled, Peggle and Zuma. They don't talk much about future plans, but made Kotaku readers one guarantee.