Zombies are part of modern pop culture. These brain eaters are everywhere. Since 2009, and thanks to the game Plants vs. Zombies, they found powerful opponents, the carnivorous plants!
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Functions & Usage
With Plants vs. Zombies 2, the gameplay and all the mechanics of the game largely identical to the original, and the principle of the game has only been partially expanded and improved. The player's mission remains to eliminate and block different types of zombies with equally varied plants.
The screen is horizontally the playing surface, and the zombies always walk from right to left. The space between the two ends is occupied by 9×5 squares. In each of the 5 clues I turn the zombies, and to stop them you can place plants in one of 9 squares. As in the first verse, the game's currency is sunbeams. They appear at regular intervals falling from the sky literally. To have more of them, the player must have sunflowers that produce their own rays. Only with them can you get enough plants to defeat the oncoming zombie army!
The number of plants has greatly increased, and so has the number of zombies, so the game remains interesting. Sometimes, however, the process could be faster, especially at the beginning of campaigns. Some of the predecessor's tactical elements have been abolished, which may disappoint some veterans.
Speaking of campaigns, they lead to small internal stories (around time travel), and take our plants to ancient Egypt and the time of pirates. At these different times there are also new graphic elements on the screen, which always gives the game a freshness. The zombies also adapt to each season. In Egypt, for example, they are followers of R, and try to steal the sun's rays.