Plants vs. Zombies™ HD 9+

The zombies are coming‪!‬

Electronic Arts

    • 4.8 • 105.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Get ready to soil your plants as a mob of fun-loving zombies is about to invade your home. Use your arsenal of 49 zombie-zapping plants — Peashooters, Wall-nuts, Cherry bombs and more — to mulchify 26 types of zombies before they break down your door.

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Conquer all 50 levels of Adventure mode — through day, night, fog, in a swimming pool, on the rooftop and more. Plus fend off a continual wave of zombies as long as you can with Survival mode!

Battle zombie pole-vaulters, snorkelers, bucketheads and 26 more fun-dead zombies. Each has its own special skills, so you'll need to think fast and plant faster to combat them all.

Be careful how you use your limited supply of greens and seeds. Zombies love brains so much they'll jump, run, dance, swim and even eat plants to get into your house. Open the Almanac to learn more about all the zombies and plants to help plan your strategy.

Earn 49 powerful perennials as you progress and collect coins to buy a pet snail, power-ups and more.

Show off your zombie-zapping prowess by earning 46 awesome achievements.

Need coins for great new stuff? Buy up to 600,000 coins right from the Main Menu.

*Original Mac downloadable game.

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What’s New

Version 2.4.0

Hello, smarty plants! Your zombie-zapping experience will be better than ever with fun improvements, like:

• A redesigned home screen: Find your favorite content or game modes faster than ever
• Level replays: Go back and play your favorite levels - through day, night, fog and more - with a single tap using our new level selector
• Optimizations to the game to support iPhone XS and XS Max

We’ve also made some behind-the-scenes updates to protect your brains. As always, thanks for playing.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
105.3K Ratings

105.3K Ratings

reeeman76 ,

A masterpiece ruined by greed...

PvZ was one of the first games I ever played, I have beaten it on several Acadians with each play through being just as enjoyable as the last, but when EA bought pop-cap years ago, this experience changed so drastically that I can barley recognize it at all. First of all, the ads. I know that PvZ is a free game and it’s how they get their money but this is just a new low. Ads cover almost every corner of PvZ, you want a power-up, ad. want a new lawnmower, ad. And you guess what’s played after literally every level you beat, you guessed it, ADS! Ads are everywhere in this game and it’s destroying my sanity. Second of all, bull crap micro transactions. After beating the adventure mode, you will have a very minimal amount of gameplay to experience because the mini games and upgrades are so dam expensive. The only way you would probably be able to get all the content is spending a minimum of around ten dollars. You could grind levels over and over again to eventually get some reasonable amount of income to buy upgrades but this could take hours open ours of repetitive grinding to achieve. EA ruined a timeless masterpiece for the feeding of the own greed and I am very disappointed of what they have done to this classic title...

Mystery The Mystery Animal ,

Great game but there are a few glitches.

So first of all, I LOVE this game. I’m still trying to get all the achievements! I remember when I was only a few years old, I would play Begouled Twist and Portal Combat ALL THE TIME! But enough of that. I’m here to talk about some glitches that are fairly annoying. I don’t want to speak for everyone, but chances are you’ve encountered these glitches too. So first off there’s this really odd one that I encountered just a few minutes ago. Basically, I was on a file that had not yet unlocked Survival, then I went to my completed file, and Survival was still locked! To fix this glitch, I had to close the game and start it back up again. There was also this other one where I tried to watch an ad to get a free rake, and then the game crashed! I don’t want to be too harsh on the game, I mean it’s pretty old and every game has glitches, but since I play this game every day, Popcap should definitely fix these glitches. Other than that and the ads (which is a whole other topic) I think this game is really good.

iojdj ,


Pvz is my childhood and is my favorite game series of all time. It would be a 5 star but there a couple things that stop it from being a 5 star. First of all, after you beat a level, why does it take you back to the main menu. It kind of ruins part of the excitement for some reason. A huge part of the game that makes the game special is the story. I think a lot of people can agree with me on that. The story makes the game exciting and fresh and engaging, not boring. They took out the entire story by getting rid of crazy Dave. How could they? I remember the funny and unnecessary things he used to say in between levels talking about the next level or random stuff. Crazy Dave made the game really engaging and when you take him out of the game it feels more like a level game where you don’t pay attention and just try to beat it. Kind of like geometry dash. There is no story in geometry dash. All you have to do is beat the levels. In pvz it’s the same thing but exciting and engaging and has entertainment in between levels. AKA crazy Dave . Plus the zen garden, mini games, etc. BTW I’m not saying geometry dash is a bad game. I don’t expect after 10 years that popcap fix what I’m talking about but just wanted to throw this out there. Thanks for reading.

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