Plants vs. Zombies Gets New Modes and Mini-Games

The hugely popular Plants vs. Zombies has received a big update adding several new game modes and mini-games. The game is a big reason why EA paid more than $650 million for PopCap Games.


From our sister-site TouchArcade:
Plants vs. Zombies for iPhone and iPad both received some content loving while you were in bed last night. Plants vs. Zombies iPhone received Vasebreaker Endless mode, which packs in a total of nine levels. The iPad version, on the other hand, now supports Zen Garden, Vasebreaker Endless, "I, Zombies" mode, and four new mini-games: Slot Machine, Portal Combat, Beghouled Twist, and Zombiquarium have been included. The Plants vs. Zombies wiki has delightfully ridiculously in-depth looks on each of these modes, if you need to know exactly what you'll be getting into before updating.
The update is, of course, free for current owners of Plants vs. Zombies. The Mac version of PvZ has not been updated.

Plants vs. Zombies for iPhone is $2.99 on the App Store. [Direct Link]
Plants vs. Zombies HD for iPad is $6.99 on the App Store. [Direct Link]

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Posted: 32 months ago
It needs to save game progress in the cloud.
Rating: 9 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago

It needs to save game progress in the cloud.


ALL games need to save progress in iCloud now!!!
Rating: 7 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago
this game helped me through so many boring lectures :D

wish it were a universal or at least with cloud synching like already mentioned tho
Rating: 3 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago

Does anyone else find it hard to collect coins?


Chocolates help a lot. About 15k for every chocolate with full Zen Garden.
Rating: 2 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago
No Retina graphics for iPad yet? :(
Rating: 2 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago
Need universal app, no?

Who buys both and plays the entire game again from scratch?
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago

Does anyone else find it hard to collect coins?


To avoid paying for coins, you have to gold farm using "Last Stand" mini-game.
http://www.gamefaqs.com/pc/959255-plants-vs-zombies/faqs/56559
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago

It needs to save game progress in the cloud.


It does if you buy it on steam.
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago

Need universal app, no?

Who buys both and plays the entire game again from scratch?


I'm actually thinking about it now that the HD version is up to par with the iPhone one. I really enjoyed playing the game on my wife's iPhone, but now that we have done everything in the old version all we had left was to maintain our completed zen garden. I would actually be willing to replay this whole thing on the iPad as it was pretty fun to go through and unlock everything.
Rating: 0 Votes
Posted: 32 months ago
I appreciate all of the gradual updates and availability on every platform, but what about a sequel? It's been 3 years since PvZ was released and not even a hint of Plants vs. Zombies 2.
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