What do you do when there's a zombie on your lawn? If you answered "start planting flowers to defeat it," then you've likely heard of Plants vs. Zombies. Armed with dozens of zombie-zapping plants, from the classic peashooter to the devious cherry bomb, you’ll need to think fast and plant faster to stop all types of zombies dead in their tracks. And just when you think you've got a handle on things, obstacles like a setting sun, creeping fog, and a swimming pool add to the challenge. With five game modes to dig into, the fun never dies!
Plants vs. Zombies is a tower defense and strategy video game developed and originally published by PopCap Games for Windows and OS X in May 2009. In Plants vs. Zombies, the playing field is divided into a grid of five or six horizontal rows and nine columns, and is generally stylized as a lawn with a house at the left side. The player places different types of plants and fungi on the individual squares of the grid. Each plant has a different style of defense, such as shooting. Different types of zombies also have their own gimmicks, with certain plants being more effective against each one. The player can only pick a limited number of plants through seed packets at the beginning of each level, and must pay using a currency called "sun" to place them. The player can gather sun by either clicking on the sun that randomly generate over the lawn, or by using certain plants, like Sunflowers, that generate it. If zombies reach the left edge of the lane, they are mowed down by a Lawnmower at the end of each row, clearing all zombies in its path. If the zombie reaches the end of the lane and the Lawnmower has already been used, the player has to start the level over.
In the Adventure mode, there are five stages, each divided into ten levels. Starting on the first level of stage two (level 2–1), zombies can sometimes drop money when killed. The money can be spent at an in-game store called Crazy Dave's Twiddy Dinkies, which is unlocked after level 3–4. Crazy Dave offers boosts that players use to upgrade already-placed plants and gardening tools for the player's Zen Garden. The Zen Garden is unlocked after the player beats level 5–4, and has the player water and maintain a group of plants that are randomly dropped after a zombie is killed. In return, the plants give the player money. The fifth level of every stage has a mini-game challenge of some sort, often utilizing a conveyor belt that gives different types of plants to the player. The tenth level of every stage has plants being given to the player through a conveyor belt without a mini-game type gimmick. Stages one, three, and five take place in daytime, while stages two and four take place in nighttime.
The game has the player use the fungi plants during the nighttime stages due to their lower cost and sun not being generated during the night. Stages three and four take place in the backyard of the house, which has six lanes and features a pool that takes up the middle two lanes. The pool requires the player to place the plants on Lily Pads; these can be placed directly on pool lanes, while most other plants cannot. Stage five takes place on the roof of the house. The roof has the player use catapult plants rather than the normal shooting plants due to the roof slanting upward in the middle.
The last level of the game has the player facing against Dr. Zomboss, an evil scientist and the animator of the zombies. He crushes the player's plants with his Zombot's feet and vans, and can place fire and ice balls that roll across a lane. The player can subdue these by using Jalapeños and Ice Shrooms. After beating Adventure mode, the player can choose to play through Adventure mode again, this time with the plants unlocked from the previous course of playing Adventure mode and with three randomly selected plants at the beginning of each level.
In other game modes, the player can also play after beating Adventure mode: Mini-Games mode, Puzzle mode, and Survival mode. In Mini-Games mode, the player selects from a collection of twenty mini-games. The levels pose the player with many unique challenges that use some sort of gimmick, often utilizing variants of a conveyor belt to give the player certain plants. Before beating Adventure mode, the player can play three levels from Mini-Games mode after collecting a gift box in level 3–2. In Puzzle mode, the player can play two types of levels, "Vasebreaker" and "I, Zombie". In "Vasebreaker", the player breaks open a set of vases that can contain either a plant or a zombie. The game ends when all the vases are smashed and all the zombies have been killed. In "I, Zombie", the player places zombies to get past pre-placed cardboard cut-outs of plants to eat the brain at the other side of each lane. Survival mode offers the player a selection of levels that have the player choose plants between each wave to fight increasingly challenging waves of zombies.
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