PopCap Unveils Plants Vs. Zombies For PC And Mac

Posted: May 6 2009, 6:37am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:13pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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PopCap is the name behind some of the most popular casual games that most of us have probably played when we were supposed to be working. The company's latest game is called Plants vs. Zombies and is described as a humorous action-strategy game suitable for all ages.

In the game players fight off invading zombies bent on destroying your lawn using an array of different plants that you can purchase. The goal is to use the plants to keep zombies from getting to your door.

The variety of plants available are used to slow down, weaken and confuse the zombies leading to the ultimate destruction of the zombie before it eats your lawn and reaches the front door. The game has a total of 50 levels and five different play modes. The game is available now for $19.95 and is compatible with Mac and PC.

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