The ghouls are finally crawling on RIM soil. Plants vs. Zombies is the title. EA does PlayBook owners a big favor porting the classic from PopCap over. The worst part is now we have to fight with 3 boys and 2 PlayBooks. All dying to get more plants in their gardens!
7 inches of pure gorgeous. I couldn’t be happier. But you really got to be on you A-Game because before you know it you’ll be stems deep in some hungry freaks! P vs. Z is compatible with tablet OS 1.0 and higher.
The living dead are really the most fun to kill. Don’t get me wrong, I’d love a sawed-off, or maybe a Beretta Cx4 Storm semi-automatic carbine with extra clips to boot. Since blowing up zombie heads is more addicting than food, but I think they’ve done a great job designing a unique arsenal of super-plants ready to kill them instead.
After putting a couple hours into Plants vs. Zombies myself I was sure I had done some damage. But apparently I had nothing on my 6 year old Kellin’s lawn. He’s pushed way further than I have. So I grabbed a shot of the action at night for this post too.
Big win for my family and I is the option to save multiple games. At any given time you can just head out to the main menu and close the game to “pause” your adventure. Start it back up and chose your game or another. Lots of replay-ability.
For those of you who were like me and bought the game right away (I believe it was $6.99), you should have gotten $3.00 back from RIM! I don’t know why, but I’m not complaining. Pretty cool of RIM to do. They really are changing the game.
Plants vs. Zombies for BlackBerry PlayBook is priced at $4.99 and available now in BlackBerry App World.