Plants vs. Zombies and Peggle set to hit the Android Market this week [Now Available]

Plants vs. Zombies and Peggle set to hit the Android Market this week [Now Available]

I’ve had Plants vs. Zombies for so long that I forgot it wasn’t available on the Android Market. That’s right, PvZ came to us via the Amazon app store, and was at one time the free-app-of-the-day. It now appears that long Amazon exclusivity is about to end as PopCap Games has announced that Plants vs. Zombies, along with their peg-busting game Peggle, will be available on the Android Market sometime later this week.

While many of you have already been enjoying these fun games for quite some time, it’s good to know they will now be available to those who refuse to use 3rd party Android Markets. There’s no official word on what these apps will cost, but assuming they adopt their Amazon pricing, both will go for $2.99. If you aren’t familiar with these popular PopCap games, here’s a couple videos to catch you up.

[UPDATE] Well that didn’t take long. Both are now available in the Android Market. Links provided below.

Source: PopCap Blog via Phandroid

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHAbHz8iYHc[/youtube]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dzx1ZIIiwtE[/youtube]

[app]com.popcap.pvz_na[/app]

[app]com.popcap.peggle_na[/app]

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  1. Anonymous
    December 14, 12:33 Reply

    EA has put them up and I’ve avoided EA because of their strict DRM. I use my phone without a 3G connection and can’t play anything from EA without a data connection of some kind. If you play games while on a plane, these aren’t going to work.

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