PopCap announces new Plants Vs Zombies titles

PopCap announces new Plants Vs Zombies titles

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PopCap, developers of the immensely popular Plants Vs. Zombies, today announced new titles in the same family. According to a company blog post, we should expect no less than two new PVZ games by summer.

Plants vs. Zombies Adventures beta, the first social adaptation of PopCap’s megahit game for Facebook is testing in a closed beta… with wider availability later this spring…also confirmed today that Plants vs. Zombies 2, the sequel to the original blockbuster game, is slated to launch in early summer.

Considering the large audience appeal, we’re hoping to see both games make their way to Android and in a timely manner. The last thing we want to do is hop on Facebook to play a game, so, please give us mobile friendly versions.

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4 Comments

  1. Johnny B
    March 27, 14:36 Reply

    Never buying any popcap/EA titles until they learn they can’t just screw over their loyal paying customers by withdrawing support on some platforms after already paying for services and software without an explanation, apology or refund …. they are driven by money not by passion

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