Plants vs Zombies 2 for Android

Plants vs. Zombies 2 for Android slated for October

Plants vs Zombies 2 for Android will arrive next month, according to Polygon, which interviewed someone from  Electronic Arts (EA). No specific date, however, was mentioned. The sequel to the popular strategy game has been delayed for months. Initially, it was slated for a summer release, but until now, the game is unavailable from Google


Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare spotted in E3 lobby

Following the new Plants vs Zombies: II game, which will be a free to play game with microtransactions, the Popcap team will be rolling out another PVZ game, this time a first person shooter. Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare has not been leaked much on the web, but sources have told Kotaku the game will

Humble Bundle Releases First Bundle Exclusive For Android

If you weren’t able to avail of the last humble bundle that included Android games then you don’t have to worry since this latest offering is all about Android games. The latest bundle is the first time that games are offered exclusively for the Android platform and is called the Humble Mobile Bundle. The Humble

Plants Vs Zombies For Android Review

Available On: Android, iOS Price: $2.99 Downloads: Google Play | iTunes I’ve been playing a lot of games from Electronic Arts on mobile lately, and I am starting to come to the conclusion that all of the popular hits from the PC that they are porting to mobile platforms just downright suck. EA is seriously becoming the

Plants vs Zombies Sequel Has Been Announced by PopCap Games

By now, everyone should know what Plants vs Zombies is, I mean, how can you not? It’s been a huge hit across multiple platforms and has even been integrated into the widely popular MMORPG, World of Warcraft with their Cataclysm expansion. PopCap Games has said that a sequel to the hugely successful title is on

Pop Cap’s Plants Vs Zombies At DragonCon

   One thing we knew when we heard that Pop Cap’s Plants vs Zombies was coming to Android, was that it was already hugely popular on iOS devices.  Of course when it came over to Android it became equally as popular.  With Android beating iOS by nearly double, we’re sure Pop Cap (now owned by

PopCap Sends Their New Bosses An EA-Card

Electronic Arts (EA) has purchased PopCap the makers of great hits like Plants Vs. Zombies, Chuzzle and Bookworm for $1.3 billion dollars effectively making many members of the Seattle based PopCap staff multi-millionaires.  With PopCap’s creativity and experience in the casual gaming world this merger is a win-win for everyone, especially the end-user. Source: Geekwire