Plants vs. Zombies‪™‬ 9+

The zombies are coming‪!‬

Electronic Arts

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    • 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.

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What’s New

Version 3.4.2

Calling all smarty plants! Unlock Mini Games in a flash.

Say goodbye to the long and winding road to unlocking Mini Games. Now, with a simple tap, you can directly purchase more zombie battles using Coins

We've also made some behind-the-lawn changes to give you a smooth zombie-zapping experience.

Go get your plants ready and update now!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
690.4K Ratings

690.4K Ratings

Coated Cosine ,

My opinion in PvZ

Plants v.s. Zombies is a game I used to, and still do, play when I was younger. It would burn time when I was bored and I would play the game even when I wasn’t. The game is based off of zombies trying to eat your brain, or your neighbor’s. Then you use these plants to fight them off. The plants are extremely adorable 🌱 I have fallen in love with a plant. My favorite is the nut. Which is a temporary shield to block the zombies for a reasonable period of time. Instead of a nut, I see it as a potato 🥔 There’s many different types of zombies. Which makes me want to play more. Since some have buckets which is like armor, they have more durability than the Normal Zombie. The Bomb Cherry, I use when I am in an emergency and need to act quickly. Many zombies come and each round will get harder, so the Cherries come in handy when a huge mob comes. I adore PvZ. My children love to play this game as well, it is kid friendly and boosts of creativity. My child, Cameron, has played this game for a long time now, and he has gotten more brave. In game, you fight off zombies with plants. My kid has become braver from this game. Thank you!
I will continue to enjoy the game, I look forward to any upcoming updates. Again, thank you.

Alessio Giammarinaro ,

Love the game but don’t like how it’s been changed

First off, the actual gameplay of PvZ is awesome. It is very simple; defend your brains from the zombies by using a variety of weaponized plants. The creativity in this game is great from the different plants to the unique zombies, and having to continually adapt to the variety of different challenges keeps the gameplay fun and interesting. The problem, though, is the quantity of ads. I have no problems with having a few ads here and there in a FREE game, but there is an ad before and after every level as well as every time you go back to the home screen. This makes playing the game more tedious than it needs to be because of how many breaks there are in playing the actual game and navigating through the menus. Again, I have no problems having an ad every so often, but when you are spending more time watching ads more than playing the game, there is a problem that needs to be fixed. In addition, there are glitches in the game that cause the app to crash. So far, the only glitch I have seen is in the endless survival game mode. After reaching ten flags, the app crashed, I have not been able to continue in the game mode since. I also read other reviews where the game crashed while doing similar things like entering the shop or doing a challenge. To wrap up, the game itself is awesome however the amount of ads and the glitches are some serious problems that need to be fixed. I hope EA reads this.

MystiqueCrow ,

PvZ changes?

I used to play Plants Vs. Zombies a few years back. I remember having fun, however I deleted the game somewhere along the way and reinstalled it recently. The home menu is an alright change but I personally prefer the original. May be nostalgia speaking however I played it on the DSi and on an old iPod and preferred those versions as there are a few prevalent changes I have come across so far. The shop doesn’t sell any upgraded versions of the plants you can purchase with coins to make a plant perform better. I haven’t beaten the game yet but as I see so far they’re non existent. They were pretty cool so I’m sad to see them go. The coffee bean is completely gone, taking away much of the challenge of the night time levels, back when I first played, most plants would fall asleep since they relied on the sun to stay awake, however now they’re always awake, even at night. For example, the sunflower being awake would be it sleeping at night when I first played. This takes away much of the challenge and I feel as if it is much more enjoyable with that inclusion. This affects the mushroom plants quite a bit as well since with no coffee bean, they’re essentially useless without the beans to wake them up during the day which could have helped you get some use out of them during the day but can now only stand around and look pretty. Bring back the coffee bean I beg of you!

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