PopCap Brings Both Peggle & Plants vs. Zombies To The Android Market [News]

Matt Smith 22-12-2011

PopCap Brings Both Peggle & Plants vs. Zombies To The Android Market [News] androidpegglethumbIt seems that no matter where you shop for apps, PopCap is there. Steam The 5 Best Games On Steam For 5 Bucks Each Gaming can be an expensive hobby. A new, high-profile PC game is $50 or $60, and although it might provide countless hours of enjoyment, there’s also the chance you’ll beat the single player in 6... Read More , the iTunes Store, and even Amazon’s Android App Store have all featured the company’s games. Only the official Android Market has been left behind, leaving fans to make due with just Bejeweled 2.


Now that has changed, as PopCap has introduced two of its greatest hits – Plants vs. Zombies and Peggle. These excellent games have just made it to the official market and are each priced at $2.99, making these among the least expensive renditions of each game (though Peggle is available on the iTunes Store for $0.99)

PopCap Brings Both Peggle & Plants vs. Zombies To The Android Market [News] plantsvszombiesandroid

While these games were developed by PopCap, they are being distributed on the market by Electronic Arts. It doesn’t appear that the mechanics or content of either game has been altered for the mobile platform. These are full-fledged versions of the originals, but don’t look for any notable new content except for device-specific touch controls.

You will need Android version A Quick Guide To Android Versions & Updates [Android] If someone tells you they’re running Android, they’re not saying as much as you’d think. Unlike the major computer operating systems, Android is a broad OS that covers numerous versions and platforms. If you’d like... Read More 2.2 or better to play these games. Official support is extended only to devices with HVGA, FWVGA-WVGA or qHD resolution. Keen eyes will note this means there is no official tablet support. The game may run, but graphics quality will be compromised.

User reviews are showing that Droid X2 users are having problem as well, so you may want to wait a few weeks if you use that device.


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