Zombies Chinese version. PopCap Korea is on the NCSoft website. The initial Japanese release of Plants vs. Zombies was the GOTY version. Zombies in other languages is also available on XBLA.
This section is currently under construction. You can help expand it; it's your choice. The PC version of Plants vs. Zombies was released on May 5, 2009 and originally (and initially) made it available through Steam. On May 8, 2009, added twelve to the game.
Game of the Year Edition Main article: On August 8, 2010, the PC version of the game was updated to the, and nine extra achievements were added to the game. Linux download iso bootable. Differences • The Game of the Year Edition is the same as the PC version but with a few changes. • The Game of the Year Edition was given nine extra achievements, making it a total of twenty-one achievements. • The Steam version contains, which some versions of the GOTY version mysteriously lack. • Icons for some of the achievement (e.g.
) are different from the non-Steam version. • The Steam version has no multilingual support.
Only the English version is available. Online demo Screenshot of Level 1-4 on the Online demo version. Main article: has an on their official website. It is essentially an online demo to encourage players to buy the full version.
It is also available on Google Chrome, Facebook, and the Japanese and Korean websites for PopCap. Differences Plants vs Zombies Survival Endless Night (Online Version), Gameplay. As this is only a demo of the full game, it does not include much of the content in the full release.
The main differences between the online version and the full release include: • A black and white called ' appears instead of the. • There are fewer plants available for use. • There are no. Instead, in, it is replaced with which explodes much like the Jack-in-the-Box Zombie.
• On, when a hits a zombie, it turns at a sharper angle than other versions. • There are in-game advertisements between levels.
• will not try to eat the instant kills. • will produce sun faster than Sunflowers. Plants vs Zombies Vasebreaker (Online Version) Vasebreaker (online version) • Inability to save the game which is a disadvantage. • Adventure Mode can be played up to. • There are fewer modes, with only,. • The is replaced with.
• are not included. PlayStation 3, Vita, & Xbox 360 Main article: These versions of the game already came out with the XBLA and PSN exclusive mini-game known as, with Versus Mode and Co-op added in as bonuses. The PlayStation Vita version came out without Versus Mode or Co-op, and it has several features of its own. The first is the ability to tilt the Vita system to collect. Another feature is the usage of both the touchscreen and PlayStation 3 controls depending on the user's preference. The last feature is a copy of that has all the features of its GOTY predecessor.
IOS version Main article: The iOS version of Plants vs. Zombies runs smoother than the PC version.
It also includes retina graphics, making it the version with the best graphics. The iOS version includes Quick Play, which lets the player replay their favorite levels from Adventure Mode.
The iOS version was the first Plants vs. Zombies version to be updated with the new Dancing Zombie. Another difference is that Mini-games and Puzzles must be purchased in highly priced packs from Crazy Dave, encouraging players to use the in-app coin purchase feature.
All Mini-game packs can be purchased for 50,000 coins each, the I, Zombie game pack for 150,000 coins, the game pack for 150,000 coins, and the game pack for 100,000 coins. DS Version Main article: The Nintendo DS version of Plants vs. Zombies was released on January 18, 2011 in the USA and May 2011 in the UK. In addition to the usual content it includes, new, and new achievements.
The DS Card will automatically read the system username. The DS version has lower graphic quality than other versions, due to the smaller screen. It is also playable on the Nintendo 3DS/Nintendo 2DS systems, due to DS games being playable on those systems. However, they are not able to utilize the 3D feature. Android version Main article: The Android version of Plants vs. Zombies was free on the day of release, cost $0.99 for a few years, and as of 2014 is free again.
The paid version can still be purchased, and it is ridden of advertisements. It uses the unique feature from the iOS versions, and also includes,,, and the.