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Plants vs Zombies (iPhone)

Plants vs Zombies (iPhone)
alaAverage 4.4

14 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Plants vs Zombies (iPhone). The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.5/5 for other iPhone Games for all reviews.

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Expert review by : Zeth (

Plants Vs Zombies


A review. OK so we all know that Plants Vs Zombies has been out for months now.  And yes anyone who was vaguely interested would of most

Apr, 2010

Expert review by : Robert Workman (

Plants vs. Zombies iPhone Review


The game follows a traditional tower defense set-up, but on a much more user-friendly level. Waves of zombies make their way across your front yard. Some are simple, bloodthirsty types, while others wear things on their heads, such as road cones, or...

Undeniably addictive, humorous visuals and audio, reasonably cheap for only three dollars

Your battery (and social life) will flat line, a few of the PC version's modes are absent, occasional slowdown

Damn you, PopCap. We were just getting the hang of going about our day-to-day lives without diverting to an hour-long session of Peggle on our iPhones, and you go ahead and release Plants Vs. Zombies. Now we're hopelessly addicted, spending hours...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by : Sean Carey (

Plants vs. Zombies


If there's one genre that is over-represented on the iPhone, it has got to be tower defense. With a minimal investment of money and people power, you can push a serviceable game out to the market in a short period of time. With a few exceptions (the...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by : Jeremy Horwitz (

Reviews: PopCap Games Plants vs. Zombies


Though Plants vs. Zombies is technically a "tower defense" game, that term implies a certain male-focused "stop people from storming the castle" design that has been polished away from this title, leaving an experience that's as appealing to mainstream...

There's only one real problem: amongst other little things, Plants vs. Zombies omits Endless Mode, a feature of the PC and Mac version that lets players continue to face wave after wave of increasing challenges after they've finished the game's initial...

Feb, 2010

Expert review by : ccgr (

Plants Vs Zombies (Android)


As you can imagine, there's cartoon violence. It's not bloody, gory, or gross though. In a way the zombies are rather funny and cute at times. The different types of zombies have their own unique style and moves. The disco zombie dances his way into...

Environmentally friendly; Colorful art and cute animations; Fun game play and witty humor

Well worth the price but limited compared to the other versions

The levels get harder and the zombies get sneakier. If you like tower defense games, you’ll enjoy this game for your phone, computer, or console. I’ve beaten the adventure mode on my phone. I wish there was a way to transfer over my save to my PC but...

Expert review by : Christopher Brown (

Plants vs. Zombies


The brains behind casual hits Bejeweled and Peggle take on

Expert review by : Chris Holt (

Review: Plants vs. Zombies for iPhone


Finally combining my love of gardening and my need to slaughter the undead, Plants vs. Zombies is a unique tower defense game from PopCap Games

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Expert review by : Damien McFerran (

Plants vs Zombies for iPhone review


Based on the PC smash-hit and following hot on the heels of other casual classics, PopCap's latest has risen from the grave in an effort to win the hearts of iPhone users the world over. But will Plants vs Zombies satisfy your unnatural craving for...

The instantly gripping gameplay, no-nonsense interface and chuckle-worthy sense of humour

The occasional slowdown which afflicts busy periods of zombie-slaying

PopCap delivers yet another nugget of casual gaming gold which deserves to be experienced by everyone

Feb, 2010

Expert review by : Tracy Erickson (

Plants vs Zombies


Bloomin' good

PopCap has cultivated it with great care, not only proving to be skilled at game design but also attuned to the nuances of portable play

Feb, 2010