Summary: Having recently made the jump over to free-to-play I was curious to see if microtransactions had shown their face and ruined an otherwise excellent game. Thankfully they haven't. A few adds will pop up from time to time, but this is still the same excellent game. Only now you don't have to part with any of your hard earned money to play it.
Summary: Like the title says this is the best tower defense game ever created. Everything from the gameplay right down to the music is perfect. It's just a pleasure to play, it has a great concept, plants vs zombies which sounds silly until you play it and start to understand it's simply genius! It has a ton of charm, the art style they used is both colorful and humorous... it's just a really great game and it's been praised for a reason.
Summary: I son loves this video game. He cannot get enough of it. It is a perfect game to introduce younger kids to since it is very cartoon like. My son really wanted a zombie video game but all the ones available are for adults and way too scary for him. This was a great way for him to have his zombies without nightmares.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. My suggestions for picking levels are: It should be a level you feel comfortable clearing. There’s no point in making this hard on yourself. Personally, I suck at the “memory” game with the zombie camels in Ancient Egypt if you’re good at this minigame, you can kill a lot of zombies quickly, though. Try to find levels where there are lots of zombies quickly.
Summary: As of this review I haven't quite yet finished the game but I think I pretty much get the gist. It's a decent game but a bit over hyped in my opinion. As a tower defense game it's pretty good. It's set up like a board game and the plants/zombies are the 'pieces', and each provides a unique dynamic to the power struggle.