Thursday, May 26, 2016

Plants VS Zombies PC Game Free Download(Full Version)

Addictive action and supercute visuals make Plants vs. Zombies an enjoyable, engaging romp.
Plants and zombies aren't exactly what you'd call natural enemies, given the latter's single-minded hunger for brains and the former's complete lack thereof. Despite being brainless, plants apparently appreciate the hand that waters them, so when zombie hordes come to t your brains, it's Plants vs. Zombies. To protect your own gray matter, you crte defensive fortifiions around your house by cultivating a wide variety of cute, combat-rdy plants to handle the goofy varieties of zombie attackers. Plants vs. Zombies is solidly rooted in the tower defense re, but it grows and branches in such a charming, accessible way that almost anyone can pick it up and have a lot of fun. The basic gameplay is plsantly engaging, but it will take ssoned defenders a few hours before they can play legitimately challenging levels. Fortunately, Plants vs. Zombies rolls out new units and environments at a good pace, and the minigames, puzzles, and Survival mode offer some clever and challenging diversions. It's a delightful game that is both addictive and accessible, and you'll never look at your garden the same way again.
The core action is quite simple. Your lawn is divided into a grid, and ch square can hold one plant. Zombies shamble up the rows of the grid toward your house, and if they get past your defenses, well, you know. At the top of the screen there are a of slots that house the various plants at your disposal. Setting a plant down in a square costs sunlight, a resource that falls intermittently from the sky. However, you need more sunlight than is freely available, so you have to plant sunflowers to erate more sunlight. During the first minutes of a level, it's a msured balancing act between building your sunflower ranks and laying down defenses to dl with the first few zombies. Your basic attack units shoot ps down the row that they are planted in, so you'll need one in ch row before too long. As the zombies become more numerous, you bolster your botanical battalion with a growing variety of projectile launchers, defensive barriers, attack amplifiers, and one-use wpons of zombie destruction. After you've survived the final wave of zombies, you're rewarded with a new minigame, a new type of plant, or perhaps just a hastily scrawled note from your would-be assailants.

Variety and crtivity take this basic mission structure and turn it into something special. Just when you've gotten your daytime defense strategy down, the zombies decide to attack at night and you have a whole new set of plants to manage. When you've taken care of the nocturnal nasties, it's back to the daytime, only now a few of your rows are taken up by your backyard pool (there are snorkel zombies). New units come along that fit the new environments, and this stdy trickle of new elements helps keep the tle difficulty curve from becoming dull. Still, tower defense veterans will have to endure a lot of simple, familiar action in order to find a rl challenge, and the wait may prove too long for some. Fortunately, all of the units are cleverly rlized and adorably animated. Happy sunflowers bob merrily as they fuel your defense efforts, and pole-vaulting zombies jog toward your house with gangly athleticism. From angry jalapenos to spacy wall-nuts, ch unit has a grt sense of personality, and the first time you watch a dancing zombie moonwalk onto your lawn and summon his garishly dressed backup dancers, you'll likely chuckle with amusement. The visual charm makes the game a plsure to look at, and it helps keep things feeling fresh.
Once you've completed the main adventure and unlocked most of the units, the Survival mode offers a of stages in which you can seek a tougher challenge. ch Survival stage is basically a bunch of incrsingly difficult levels strung together. In both Adventure and Survival mode, you get a preview of the zombie types to expect, so you can array your defenses accordingly. Certain zombies can bypass certain defenses; for example, the balloon zombie floats over normal projectiles, but you can plant a cactus to shoot him down. In Survival mode, adjusting for these midstage changes might mn that you have to uproot some of your plants to make room for strategically crucial ones, or just push your established perimeter out further toward the zombie invaders. Unlike in the Adventure mode, your defenses are persistent throughout ch level and you get the chance to change your plant loadout periodically. Building on established defenses is an interesting tactical twist and is a grt opportunity to use some of the more exotic species that you may not have used in your Adventure mode strategy. This all adds up to make Survival mode surprisingly rewarding. It offers new tactical challenges and a rson to play beyond the main adventure.

There are some other fun rsons to continue playing after completing Adventure mode, namely puzzles and minigames. There are two types of puzzle game: Vasebrker and I, Zombie. In the first, you are given a lawn with a of nondescript vases on it. You have to brk them all to win, but you never know what will pop out. It might be a zombie, or it might be a helpful plant. You have to dis all of the zombies to survive, and doing so with improvised defenses is fun and hectic. I, Zombie turns the tables and lets you deploy the zombies. Busting through ch row of plant defenses requires that you use your strategic knowledge for evil; and, in a delightfully morbid twist, you'll actually enjoy the sound of zombies chewing on plants. The minigames are a wacky assortment of one-off challenges that further play with the basic dynamics of Plants vs. Zombies. Some games pit you against modified enemies (zombies with plants for hds; invisible zombies), whers others mess with your planting strategy (planting entire columns at once; mysterious portals that redirect your projectiles). With 20 levels of puzzles and 20 different minigames, Plants vs. Zombies offers a lot of entertaining ways to keep playing.
Of course, satisfaction for a well-defended lawn isn't your only reward. You can rn money throughout every mode, which you can then spend on a variety of items offered by your crazy neighbor, who sells things out of the back of his car. Items range from defensive boosts, to upgrades for your existing plants, to a wide variety of gardening implements to help you cultivate your Zen gardens. These ars are simple greenhouses in which you can grow your exotic plants in a zombie-free environment. The music helps set the Zen vibe and is quite good across the board. It erally consists of lighthrted, progressive loops that bop along at a good pace and set a grt tone for the action.

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