The Secret Origins of Plants vs. Zombies

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Good Guy Karl 17 de Jul, 2011 a las 19:33 
This game needs a multiplayer sequal, imagine the insane amounts of fun if it would be if it were like L4D with people controlling the zombies and having each player defend or attack a different area around the house.
Vintage 15 de Jul, 2011 a las 3:36 
sequel to insaniquarium i love insaniquarium no wonder i love plants vs zombies so much
mk1mk1 18 de Dic, 2010 a las 10:12 
realy great game
Sail16 [Man In Suit] 2 de Jul, 2010 a las 3:51 
Awesome oO Me, I just like PvZ for the credit's music and because it's very cool and relax.
evil bunny 1 de May, 2010 a las 3:10 
hi
CannibalBob 24 de Mar, 2010 a las 17:06 
You know what that concept art reminds me of? Keen Dreams, what with those crazy vegatables out to kill you...
^Pb | Sina 24 de Mar, 2010 a las 16:57 
Awesome.
I wish the peanut made it into the game...
Strycher 24 de Mar, 2010 a las 15:58 
They are. Even the coins are the same! Was also thinking about a PvZ2,which Popcap isn't known for making sequels though,but in Insaniquarium sequel which turned into PvZ? So a chance pvZ has a sequel is not out of the question. Fingers crossed.
KoolAidMan 24 de Mar, 2010 a las 15:56 
Makes sense, PvZ and Insaniquarium share quite a lot in common. Managing and growing your economy, selecting units between each round, getting a new unit awarded after every round, zen garden and the fish tank, etc etc
Audiosurfer 24 de Mar, 2010 a las 13:46 
thats odd