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Hey Pop Cap - I love PvZ2. In fact, I play it everyday. I look forward to the daily quest each morning since I’m an avid player and have passed all the adventure levels. But please help me understand something; when we play the daily level and get to open 3 piñatas, why is this rigged to never allow you to get the 4K coin pile? I have selected the exact same 3 piñatas for over a year now and each time the ‘hidden’ 4K coin pile reveals itself somewhere else on the board and almost always in same place. The other day, I started selecting that ‘spot’ in hopes to get the large coin bag and it all of a sudden conveniently had been moved somewhere else. Now I do random selections and to still, no avail, get seeds and maybe a 2.5k coin bag. This is crappy you guys set it up this way. I love this game and will still play it but man, I really have a distaste for developers that only serve their own interests in game development and not the customer. This part of the game is clearly rigged and fixed which makes me question the other areas of the game I’ve had issues with. Will you please address this to make it actually random? Will I hear from someone on this or receive a response? After all, I have spent a few hundred dollars on many of your useless plants and upgrades so I think it would be the right thing to do to follow up. Who can I contact regarding this? Thank you!
I love Plants vs. Zombies, and I’ll start off with the positives by saying that this is a very fun game. It’s addictive! I like all the different themes and the cool new plants. Power ups make the game exciting. There’s a lot to do and endless hours of levels to play. I probably enjoy playing this one more than the first one. However, my main complaint is that everything is RIDICOUSLY overpriced. Some plants you have to pay for with real money, $5 a plant is insane!!! It should cost maybe $5 to unlock all premium plants, then that would be reasonable, and Popcap would get way more purchases. It’s sad that Popcap is turning a classic family game into a money grabbing charade. It’s sad and greedy. You can have a lot of fun with this game, but about half the things are locked unless you pay like $50 to buy it all. Anyway, Crazy Dave is back again, but I don’t like how differently he acts compared to the first one. His new personality is annoying and you should’ve left him as the original way he was. There’s a lot to explore in this game, and it may seem a little overwhelming to a new player. It’s a complicated set-up when you open the app, so maybe organize it more. But yeah, I still really like this game, it’s one of my absolute favorites. But please LOWER YOUR PRICES. And continue making Plants vs. Zombies games.
I really like the game when you were still doing updating it. I started when lost city part 2 came out and it was good. New plants, old plants and new worlds made things interesting. I even like how each world had a certain gimmick that makes it harder like the cold wind in frostbite caves. It gave more challenge during the story more than the first one. However, now half of the plants are premium and you have to buy them with real money. Plus after level 8 in ancient Egypt you get all the world keys. What happened to the extra hard challenge level that rewarded you with a key. And what happen to the music that made that level fun. All the worlds have now only 2 themes. The normal theme and the end of the world boss theme. I really like hearing the remixes of the mini game theme in each world. (like the matching camel tiles in ancient Egypt or the coconut canons and the buccaneer pirates in pirate seas) Other than that, the game is a good challenge and gives you some good plants. Oh and what’s up with the piñatas in the world map. If you played the game before the update that introduced them, all of the piñatas would be used and you would get nothing out of them. If you just fix the premium plants, piñatas, and somehow get the music back for the mini games and challenge levels (like the levels were you used to get a world key when you had to fight a bunch of Gargantuan zombies halfway through the world) the game will be great. Until then the game is ok.
This is a potentially great sequel to an already excellent game in the first PvZ. However, an exceptionally greedy micro-transaction model (especially with the latest update) and new power creep upgrade system ruins any potential for a well balanced game. Nearly half the plants are locked behind a premium $5 paywall (per plant!) including several classics such as the snow pea. There is no way that a game that should cost no more than $20 total should have hundreds of dollars worth of micro-transaction offers in every corner of the game. And the new upgrade system is no less heinous. If you wish to level up your plants, you must grind for random loot-crate like piñatas to slowly collect enough cards. In the first game, I loved the fact that the design of the levels often made them challenging, but I knew I could figure out a strategy and combination of plants to overcome the challenge. When I face a challenging level in this game, I simply wonder if my plants aren’t high enough level or if that particular level is in fact winnable with base-level plants. It saps almost all of the fun and satisfaction out of game with so much potential for those qualities. I feel like the developers and publishers have put much more time and effort into developing ways to get into customers’ wallets than they have into creating a fair and fun experience. If that’s not enough to leave a terrible taste in your mouth, the endless ads should be. What a shame...
The game is fun, don’t get me wrong, but when looking back at the original game, it’s easy to see the heart and inspiration that went into it. When I open pvz, I’m greeted with a calm, memorable menu, it’s the opposite with pvz2, you get a boring background with new, recycled events, and plants you can buy for around 5 dollars, and that’s just the beginning. The original game was never supposed to be hard in my opinion, i mean, if I could beat it as a 7 year old, it seems fairly reasonable that it’s not supposed to be difficult and I think the reason for that is because most people want to get levels over with so they can get the next new plant. With the games accelerating difficulty, the process of gaining new plants becomes slow. You can buy plants for 5 dollars, most of them are pretty trashy cards designed to appear interesting. Some of the purchasable plants can also be won for free in the first game. Another complaint is the music, obviously I can’t expect this game to be perfect, but it seems very far from that on the wide scale. the game lacks the same relaxing music as the original and adds in an amazingly annoying attempt at an ost. Once again the gameplay is great, the same as the first game, I like the plant good idea and the changes in the maps. I like the battlez idea but EA milked money with that idea also.
Play the award-winning hit action-strategy adventure where you meet, greet, and defeat legions of hilarious zombies from the dawn of time, to the end of days. Amass an army of amazing plants, supercharge them with Plant Food, and devise the ultimate plan to protect your brain.
200 Million Downloads – This app has received more than 200 million overall downloads.
DISCOVER HUNDREDS OF PLANTS AND ZOMBIES
Collect your favorite lawn legends, like Sunflower and Peashooter, along with hundreds of other horticultural hotshots, including creative bloomers like Lava Guava and Laser Bean. Go toe-to-missing-toe with a massive array of zombies at every turn, like Jetpack Zombie and Mermaid Imp – you’ll even have to protect your brain from rampant Zombie Chickens!
GROW POWERFUL PLANTS
Earn Seed Packets as you play and use them to fuel your potent plants. Power up attacks, double-down defenses, speed up planting time, and even gain entirely new abilities. Boost your plants to ensure those zombies are lawn-gone!
COMPETE AGAINST OTHERS IN ARENA
Think your zombie-bashing strategy is the best? Put your planting skills to the test when you face other players in Arena. Enter Arena and compete against other players to get the highest score on unique levels. Earn coins, piñatas, and more to top the leaderboards, level up through Leagues, and become the ultimate garden guardian.
JOURNEY THROUGH SPACE AND TIME
Battle across 11 crazy worlds, from Ancient Egypt to the Far Future, and beyond. With more than 300 levels, ultra-challenging endless zones, fun mini-games, and daily Piñata Party events, there’s always a new challenge to complete. Plus, ready your best defenses – Dr. Zomboss is waiting to take you on at the end of every world!
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