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: "Plants vs. Zombies" is a great game to play on your iPad. Playing on an iPhone is alright, but the screen is a bit too small, and perhaps not as exciting. The same rules of the PC applies here, so if enjoyed the PC version, you would enjoy the iOS version too.
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.
Summary: I bought this as a gift for my fourteen year old brother. He loved to play the game on Facebook- but he says that the PS3 version is a little different. Sort of like a logic puzzle kind of thing. I think this game would be good for boys or girls, and could span ages as well. I plan on giving it a shot tomorrow...looks like fun.