After binge watching The Walking Dead and finishing Max Brooks’ novel The Zombie Survival Guide you are almost ready for the apocalypse. Good. Now just one more thing… you need some festive holiday plants. Enter Plants Vs Zombies Heroes Festivus update, the only place where you can decorate a tree while killing zombies.
EA and Popcap have announced a new content update has just arrived for Plants vs Zombies 2 which is titled Summer Nights. This update brings with it Pinata Party themed levels to the game and, like any other update that brings levels to Plants vs Zombies 2, there are also new plants and zombies to deal with as well.
EA has announced today that Plants vs Zombies 2 has received the first of a couple of major updates. Tabbed as Lost City part 1, Plants vs Zombies 2 now has 16 new levels (with golden and molten feels to them), four new tropical plants, and ten lovely new zombies (including an excavator zombie that wields a shovel).
EA’s Plants vs Zombies 2 has received a new content update called Big Wave Beach Part 2. While we start making our way towards Winter, this particular content update brings a more Summer themed set of levels to play through. In fact there are 16 new levels to play through thanks to the arrival of this update.
EA is always at E3 2013 and apparently they might just have a Plants vs Zombies 2 demo there to check out. However, before all hell breaks loose in LA in a couple of weeks, it appears that EA and PopCap want to have a little fun and have created a mock-up, posting it on Twitter, of what Plants vs Zombies would look like if it was combined with Mass Effect, officially being called Grass Effect.
Back in August of last year we talked about Popcap and the fact that they had announced a sequel would be heading our way for their popular defense game Plants vs Zombies. Back then Plants vs Zombies 2 was slated for release in late Spring of 2013 and now that date has been pushed back slightly.
PopCap has just announced that they will finally be releasing both Plants vs Zombies and Peggle on the Android Market later this week. This comes finally after a very long exclusive period on the Amazon App Store where both games were originally released.
PopCap’s incredibly popular game Plants vs. Zombies has been out on Android for a short while now. As with all very popular games, once in awhile someone tries to come out with a fake/broke/complete rip of those games. Well now there is one for Plants vs. Zombies.
You will see PopCap Games and their titles available for a wide variety of platforms which now include Android but according to PopCap, developing for Android has been a bit of a struggle. So what has caused this struggle for PopCap Games? The variety of Android devices currently out.
It is no secret that PopCap has been late to release anything for Android even though they were one of the first to mention Android support when Flash was announced. However, you can still get your Plants vs Zombies fix thatnks to developers Gzorz with their game, Leave Devil Alone, which is a top quality clone of the popular PopCap game.