Plants vs. Zombies FREE

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  • Last update: 4 years ago
  • Version: 1.1.62
  • Size: 61.46M
  • Compatibility: 4.1 and up
  • Content rating: Everyone 10+
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  • Last update: 4 years ago
  • Version: 1.9.15
  • Size: 107 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Electronic Arts
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  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Plants vs. Zombies FREE Review

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Plants vs. Zombies was a worldwide smash hit back in 2009, made first for desktop platforms, and then spreading through mobile devices like a real zombie apocalypse. It’s hard to find a gaming fan who never played this strategy game. It has become a cultural event, after all, with large fan community and even numerous fan sites.

Even though the developers had to stuff the game with ads to make it free, that’s the only sacrifice they had to commit.

Graphics 4/5
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Yes, the graphics of the previous decade will look strange today. But look, the early video gaming masterpieces like first Prince of Persia still impress with their natural graphics, despite having been drawn for really ancient devices. So no wonder that PvZ Free still looks cool.

Let’s also keep in mind that this game has never pretended to be that photorealistic (like Afterpulse or other action games with console graphics). It’s a caricature, first of all, a drawing, which highlights the fantasy of fighting zombies in your yard. This surrealistic world doesn’t have to be drawn as thoroughly as if it represented the real environment.

And one more thing: due to this graphic Plants vs. Zombies free app doesn’t demand latest CPUs and GPUs to run, it’s available, even if your device is old.

By the way, 7 years haven’t been enough to translate the game into most languages. Of course, many references and puns would have been lost in translation, but it still would be great for many players. Maybe it’s not that correct to identify that as “graphics,” but text part of the game is cast together with its design, making a tight alloy.

Gameplay 4/5

We must keep in mind that the “tower defense” genre was first of all defined by the limited power of mobile SoC’s. So the RTS gameplay needed to be as simple as possible. Thus, we have static defenders and attackers moving by predefined route. That’s what TD is about.

The gameplay process was so simplified that it had to be diversified in some other way. So we have a great number of plants to and different kinds of zombies to kill. Some of them have additional protection or abilities like zombies wearing hats you have to beat twice, or King of Zombies, a dancing one waking the zombies around him.

The plant world is just as rich here. You start with peanut guns and sunflowers collecting and generating sunlight, but then the game gets much more diverse. Each new level you pass unlocks a new plant or mushroom you may use or ignore.
Sunlight is one of the most important resources. In the daytime you can collect the natural sunlight, in the night you only have the light generated by sunflowers.

Level by level you unlock new plants or mushrooms with new anti-zombie abilities. At some point, you will even receive an Almanac with descriptions of all kinds of plants and zombies. Great reading, even if you’re not a fan of PvZ; this almanac explains what to love about this postmodern joke of a game.

You can get a bonus rake or lawnmower by watching a video ad. Then you leave the rake in your yard waiting for a zombie to step on it, or get a lawnmower instead of the one you have used. Ads also pop up between levels and appear in the start menu, but don’t interfere when you’re playing.

There are also built-in mini games. Your crazy neighbor always gets you into some adventure with a bit different gameplay. On finishing the Adventure levels, you unlock your Zen garden, with more mini games and plants to provide you with extras. After those games, you get a little different experience, win some bonuses like extra slot for seeds and have some more fun.

It’s worth noticing that “I. Zombie” puzzle would have made a good standalone game. It’s a reversed PvZ that’s rather a ZvP. You play zombies versus plants, and it’s your mission now to taste those delicious brains behind plant lines. Within PvZ, it’s a good assistance in learning what zombie types are there.

Controls 5/5

Though the game has been released on PC and Mac initially and then made for mobile touchscreen devices, the controls feel like they’re touch-oriented from the very beginning.

To sow a plant, you only need to drag it from your panel into the cell of your yard. The rest is done automatically. The game reacts to all your moves immediately, even if you’re not using an actual top device.

Replay Value 3/5

The levels that you have already played are hardly fun to replay, even though you have a new set of plants. But well, do you really need to replay that free one, with so many sequels available? Yes, they’re free-to-play (that means, pay-to-win), but isn’t this one so? So this game has a low replay value, but in PvZ world that’s OK.

As you pass all 50 levels of Adventure mode, you can enjoy Survival mode, and it’s really endless.

Plus, this game is a collection of great caricatures, it’s a postmodern collection of cultural references and jokes.


Plants vs. Zombies free download is what we waited for, and now it’s finally here. Yes, the game is a bit simplified, with limited adventure part, but, that’s why it advertises the sequel Plants vs. Zombies 2 which you can install directly from the start menu.



PvZ Free is still among the most playable mobile strategies, and being ad-supported is a good way to make it free for playing.

Pros : It’s free;
The gameplay is a bit more various;
Access to paid versions or sequels;
Fast gameplay;
Low system requirements.

Cons : Ads as numerous and aggressive as the zombies — it’s a paid pleasure to remove them;
Some elements are missing;
The game is not translated into many popular languages.

Graphics 4

Gameplay 4

Controls 5

Replay Value 3

Average : 4.0


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  • What is the Plants vs. Zombies game about?

    It's a real-time strategy and tower defense game. You'll have to protect your garden against zombies.

  • Is the Plants vs. Zombies game really free?

    Yes, it's free to download and play. However, ads are popping up on your screen.

  • How many modes are there in the Plants vs. Zombies game?

    There are eight of them. You can choose 2 options on the iOS and Android Main Menu — Adventure Mode and More Ways to Play, for example, Mini-games, Puzzle Mode or Quick Play.


  • MJ
    Mary Jane
    1 year ago
    I want to play this game again. My favorite...
  • e
    1 year ago
    planta vs zombies es increible
  • e
    1 year ago
    planta vs zombies
    • W
      Generic Android 6.0
      1 year ago
      @ethan I am trying to download the game of plants vs help
  • a
    1 year ago
    i love it
  • g
    1 year ago
    thank you very much
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