Like Plants vs Zombies, only different!
This game is so like Plants vs Zombies it's hard to tell which came first. But it's such a good strategy game, one of my favourites.
I'll just say what ways it's like PvZ and what ways it's not.
1. You need to fight off invaders to your garden using plants as weapons (e.g. 'pea shooters').
2. You have to pay for your weapons as you go along (in this case using cash from your strawberries).
3. You get more weapons the more levels you complete.
4. Some weapons attack all enemies, others are specific to types of enemy.
5. The further you go, the harder it gets.
6. There's no time limit, and strategy is everything.
1. The enemies (in this case bugs) arrive in a set sequence for each level, one type at a time.
2. The path through the garden varies each level, making it more important exactly where you place your weapons.
3. There are 3 levels of difficulty (Private, Sergeant, General) and the later levels are HARD!
4. There are no additional mini-games or puzzles, only the main game.
The graphics are cute, though not as good as PvZ. However, the game is every bit as challenging, perhaps more so in the last levels of Sergeant, and at least half of General levels. In case you fail a level several times and get bored repeating it to try and complete it, you can move through at double speed until you reach the part where you get stuck. Unlike PvZ, you score between 1 and 3 stars each level depending how well you do.
It's a great challenge. I can recommend this for hours of fun!
September 16, 2013
Great tower defense
If you like PVZ you will like this game. The enemies are following much more of a maze instead of a line. i like the option you can sped up the game or slow it down. it does get challenging since you only have limited amount of plants that give out coins. Theres so many things to upgrade and buy but patience is the answer! makes it challenging. you get to choose easy,medium or hard. which is a plus! so you can keep playing over and over again. :)
October 9, 2012
Awesome little game!
This is a fantastic game that I will just have to purchase! It is unique, frustrating (at times), great graphics with lots and lots of fun thrown in. If you haven't played this game you really should try it just be sure to try more than just a couple levels, give this game a chance it is awesome!! LOVE to see a sequel!!
October 3, 2012
I really love this game! We need more like this!
May 12, 2012
this is definitely better than plants and zombies!
July 10, 2012
Great strategy game
This is one of those "can't turn it off" games for me. It is very challenging, but I keep going back to try "one more time". Having the three levels allows the challenge to continue for a long time. I like this one better than the other garden strategy games, I think because I can earn my defenses more quickly with the income from the strawberries.
May 28, 2012
Strategic War without the Gore and great fun
This one is such great fun. I can't see myself playing this game for hours on trott, but it really IS great fun :-). I played as the Sergeant as I find higher ranking officers within the armed forces so.."overwhelmingly and tediously boring that it happens to be beyond my wit to understand their rather silly 'oh gosh jolly jokes' :-)"
This one is great fun and a strategic war game without the gore of a real war. I'd recommend it for any age and without a shadow of doubt the younger generations will do much better on this than me old war horse :-)
May 1, 2012
ADDICTIVE LITTLE GAME
I love TM games. But there are only a few which really stand out and this does, in my book. Absolutely love it!!
May 20, 2012
Want another one!!
Loved this game. Easy to start off with so you can learn the ropes. Then more challenging as it goes along. This game had my attention the whole way through.
September 16, 2012
Love the game.. only one little error.. sometimes it doesn't end ?? so I finally plaid last game / sergeant with 3 stars but its still standing on 2 stars ..
placed a bom that didn't went of in the end, may be that's why ??
November 6, 2012