PopCap Brings Us Budget Zombie-Killing.

Posted: May 5 2009, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:12pm CDT , in Gaming


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Left4Dead too expensive (or too gritty) for you? PopCap Games, developer of a myriad of short and inexpensive 'casual' games, today released their newest game, Plants vs. Zombies, for immediate sale. Plants vs. Zombies will cost 19.95 and is available for download online. It is compatible with both PC and Mac, and will be available from popcap.com, RealArcade, MSN Games, and a variety of other gaming hubs.

Plants vs. Zombies has a rather unique premise behind it. A horde of zombies is advancing upon your front yard, and your only line of defense is a vast array of zombie-killing plants. This game looks to be halfway between a strategy game and a puzzle game. You'll need to place plants carefully and time your attacks just right to disrupt and destroy your enemies. It's a weird idea for a zombie game (plants?) but I'd be lying if I said it didn't sound pretty cool.

"We love zombie games as much as everyone else, but unlike other undead offerings we wanted to create a zombie game that would appeal to both casual and hardcore gamers alike," said George Fan, a senior gaming designer. "It's been great to see both casual and hardcore gamers in our beta test group get totally absorbed in the game, clicking intensely as the zombies chomp on their front yards."

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