Plants vs Zombies™ 2
Plants vs Zombies™ 2
Save your brains!
4.5 Review



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145.7 MB

Nov 15, 2021



33 MB

November 15, 2021


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Plants vs. Zombies 2 is a tower defense game released by PopCap Games. This game is a sequel to the award-winning game Plants vs. Zombies. This time, the player battles new zombies in a time travel adventure.


Meet, greet and defeat legions of zombies from the dawn of time to the end of days. Amass an army of powerful plants, supercharge them with Plant Food and discover amazing ways to protect your brain. It’s an ever-expanding universe of fun! And zombies - lots and lots of zombies.

How to play

Plants vs. Zombies 2 is a free-to-play game, most of the modes return or are similar to the first game, with minor tweaks.


Collect your favorite lawn legends, like Sunflower and Peashooter, along with hundreds of other horticultural hotshots, including creative bloomers like Lava Guava and Laser Bean. Go toe-to-missing-toe with a massive array of zombies at every turn, like Jetpack Zombie and Mermaid Imp – you’ll even have to protect your brain from rampant Zombie Chickens!

Earn Seed Packets as you play and use them to fuel your potent plants. Power up attacks, double-down defenses, speed up planting time, and even gain entirely new abilities. Boost your plants to ensure those zombies are lawn-gone!

Think your zombie-bashing strategy is the best? Put your planting skills to the test when you face other players in Arena. Enter Arena and compete against other players to get the highest score on unique levels. Earn coins, piñatas, and more to top the leaderboards, level up through Leagues and become the ultimate garden guardian.

Battle across 11 crazy worlds, from Ancient Egypt to the Far Future, and beyond. With more than 300 levels, ultra-challenging endless zones, fun mini-games, and daily Piñata Party events, there’s always a new challenge to complete. Plus, ready your best defenses – Dr. Zomboss is waiting to take you on at the end of every world!


WHAT'S NEW (v9.3.1)

Dive into 2021's penultimate month with another brilliant PvZ2 update, which includes:

- New Plant: Iceweed!

- A classic Pinata Party event, Food Fight!

- More Pinata, Icon, and Calendar improvements!

- New Limited-Time Events!

- Feature unlock adjustments!

- New loading screen art!

Editors' Review

Plants vs Zombies™ 2 ©Copyright by Gamdise Do not Reproduce. By JoJo


After the events of the game Plants vs. Zombies where the player defeated Dr. Zomboss at the rooftop of the house, zombies once again attacked the front yard and after the zombies are all defeated, the player gets the hot sauce and gave it to Crazy Dave. Crazy Dave ate his taco, and wanting to eat the taco again, he wants to time-travel and the player is introduced to his partner, Penny, a supercar that can time travel. Unfortunately, they went back to Ancient Egypt, revealing that they time traveled 4500 years into the past. And the journey goes on!


Let's explain what's new in this sequel. First of all, the game is free. This means, of course, that you don't have to pay for the game, but it also means that the developers need to make money somehow. In this game, the developers leave the choice to you. It supports in-app purchasing of coins to utilize certain power-up abilities: Plant Food, a new power-up, allows plants to power up for varying amounts of time.


When given plant food, each plant has its own abilities. Players can complete the entire game without purchasing these abilities, some of which can be acquired throughout the game rather than purchased. Simply replay some levels to earn stars, and you'll have everything you need to unlock. Some of the better "classic" plants are only available for purchase, but you don't need to buy them to win the game.


Players can begin an optional tutorial that takes place in front of the player's house. After that, players travel to Ancient Egypt, where they can earn in-game world keys by completing Day 6 to unlock a series of additional period settings ("worlds"); this requires a certain number of stars earned in an early update. As players pass levels, they unlock new plants, each with advantages and unique enhancements. In addition, users can upgrade their plants using Seed Packets (found in-game or purchased with real money), allowing them to permanently enhance their abilities.


Naturally, there are also plenty of new characters, including the zombie-punching Bonk Choy that’s only good at close quarters and the Lightning Reed that can chain attacks between rows. Each plant now has a special power that you can unlock by giving them plant food. On the zombie front, the new theme inspires everything from sheriffs who can jump over plants to barrel-rolling pirates who can take out an entire strip of plants. These features certainly add an extra layer of strategy to the game.


I'm a huge fan of Plants vs. Zombies, and to be honest I was skeptical when I first heard about the game. But after killing zombies for a few hours, I'm happy to say that this game is as good, or even better than its predecessor. If you're also a fan of Plants vs. Zombies and like strategy games, I highly recommend it!


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