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    Zombie Gardening Tipz: “Restless as a Willow In a Windstorm” Edition

    Spring is making attempts to spring, so Zombie is here to help you get your dumb yard in shape for the season while humming Rodgers & Hammerstein songs.


      • Dig up and enjoy parsnips left over from last fall. Zombie “enjoy” parsnips by feeding them to wolverines.
      • When soil is warm and dry, plant cold-tolerant crops. If soil not warm enough, use fire. Plants love fire.
      • Clean up the garden for the season ahead: Remove last year’s dead plants. Then remove last year’s live plants. Just remove all plants. Zombie cannot believe Zombie got to spell it out for you.
      • Keep planting basil. How deep can you plant it? 4 feet? 12 feet? Keep going! Let’s see stupid basil get out this time.
      • Keep adding kitchen scraps to your compost. Also, rocks and garbage.
      • If slugs and snails are wrecking your plants, high-five them. Maybe buy them a drink to say “thanks.”

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    New Plants vs. Zombies Books for All – Even You!

    Hello Plants vs. Zombies fans, fans of the written word, and fans of fun things. You may remember that in the past we’ve talked about some of the fantastic and freshly blooming Plants vs. Zombies literature (maybe highlighted by the awesome Lawnmageddon comic from Dark Horse). Recently, a plethora of popping plant and zombie reads have come out – and you should read them! Cause they are awesome. Exhibit A: Plant Your Path:

    This is an honest-to-goodness Plants vs. Zombies choose your own adventure book! I, like most good people, loved choose your own adventure tomes when I was growing up, and this is a super swell one, with over 20 endings and even more middles (and Crazy Dave!). But don’t take my word for it – go read all the glowing five star reviews. And then go get Brain Food:

    Brain Food is a 224 page hardback (making it easier to write in) activity book for kids, grownups, and everything in between. It’s got all the puzzles you love, secret messages from Peashooter, zombie tales, and Snorkel Zombie in a maze! It’s ridiculously full of great things. And speaking of great things – and activities that are fun – don’t miss the Shuffle & Stick Activity Book:

    Hunt down the hidden tacos! Decode fiendish zombie notes! Help Crazy Dave with his shopping list! Do creepy crosswords! Walk the plank (but without falling into the water)! This book is puzzle-packed – and has stickers. I can’t really imagine a better way to enjoy an afternoon.

    And, to round things up, if you’re a younger reader (or know one), the sweetest little book just for you is coming out next week! It’s called Plants vs. Zombies: Save Your Brains! It’s an I Can Read Level 2 book, meaning it’s good for kids who can read on their own, but might need a bit of help – also, it’s the perfect way to introduce youngsters to Crazy Dave and the fun-dead!

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    The New “Zomboss Down” Pack for Garden Warfare is Here

    Rowland, the man-child of Manchester, the blog-a-ma-tron from Birmingham, the scribe of Old Sodbury, Gloucestershire, is back with some swell Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare news.

    C’mon Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare pardner and visit Cactus Canyon, the rootin’, tootin’ and shootin’ new Gardens & Graveyards Map in the new Zomboss Down pack! It’s a battle of epic plant and zombie proportions

    Take your battle to the wild west with the  Zomboss Down downloadable Game Pack – available starting today, April 15, for FREE!

    The plants just blasted down the Zomboss blimp! The zombies are now roaming the desert and battling their way to a local golf course, which may just be a secret facility housing a Cactus army. It can all be found in the free Zomboss Down downloadable game pack, featuring the new Cactus Canyon Gardens & Graveyards Map, 8 new playable characters, over 200 wild customization items, an increased Level cap for each character, and all-new challenges to accomplish. Available for both Xbox One and Xbox 360.

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    April Caption Contest: Respect the Rabbit!

    The votes are in, and one entry stood tall above the rest, earning more than double the votes for any other caption! So congratulations to Richard, who dreamed up the caption that lit up the polls!

    And thanks again to Bryan Grant, who dreamed up this beautiful image for us!

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    New Islands in Solitaire Blitz: Cayman Islands!

    Everyone’s favorite girl, Tara, is back with more Solitaire Blitz news!

    Is it purely coincidence that the oldest message in a bottle was found in the Baltic Sea the same week the Cayman Islands were discovered in Solitaire Blitz: Lost Treasures on Facebook? I think not! The very first Quest is called “Message in a Bottle!” It truly is a great story and worth the read, but don’t forget there is a brand new island to explore!

    Make your way to the end of the region map to find island #56 ready for today’s adventure!

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    Ask a Zombie: “It Was Homage, Rowland” Edition

    Oh. Hello. I didn’t see you there. Me? Oh, nothing. Just thinking about stuff and wondering if maybe I should write to ZombieAdvice@PopCap.com and let Zombie help me answer some of life’s seemingly unanswerable questions. Maybe I’ll do that. And maybe you should, too.


    Dear Zombie,

    Do you like Doctor Zomboss? I bet you’re a hopeless brown coat wearing zombie who does everything he tell you to do. I bet you think you get all the brains? No you get 1%

    Sorry for you.


    p.s what is better, chickens or anvils?

    Dear Egg,

    HAHAHAHAHA! Zombie knew it. Zombie am the 1%. Take that, all the rest of you! Return to your meaningless existencesses while Zombie go home to mansion on private island floating in the sky to dine on dry aged brains and bathe in dolphin milk.


    P.S. Depends. You want eggs or you need something to drop on a coyote in comical fashion?


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    April Caption Contest: Cast Your Vote!

    The time has come, the rabbit said, to vote for one of these captions! And make sure you choose one that speaks to my lapine dignity!

    Brainnzzz, said the zombie.

    …but what did they really say? Only you, the voter, can determine that! So cast your vote below!

    Since one of the entries is too long to fit in the poll, here are the full versions for your consideration.

    Go Go, Go Go Rabbitzilla – Scott

    These are my carrots you silly rabbit! – Christina

    Flayrah! – Hazel

    “Angry Birds” doesn’t have anything on “Angry Easter Bunny: PvZ” – Dale

    Due to all the fan mail we have recieved from you we have decided it was time to hire a new head of security, Agent Rabbit. Who ar stoopid now? Sincerly The Plants – Richard

    The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog – Lee

    Vote in the poll below!

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    April Caption Contest: Wascally Wabbit Edition

    It’s a fine Spring day here in Seattle, so what better time to sit in front of your computer and ruminate on the cleverest thing you could possibly write to accompany this delightful Springtime scene? Bryan Grant was kind enough to draw this month’s caption contest artwork, and it’s worth at least a thousand words, so let’s see what you come up with!

    Submit your captions in the comments on our Facebook page, and we’ll pick our favorites for you to come back and vote on next week.

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    The Press Speaks About the Future

    Hey friends, last week of course we released the highly-anticipated Future World for Plants vs. Zombies 2. (You know this, I’m hoping. Unless you were trapped on a deserted island, in which case you’re excused but certainly I feel sorry for you.) And everyone is bubbly about it – the future is bright! But why listen to me? Read some words from the press about the first new world in PvZ 2.

    What better way to celebrate the milestone of 150 million worldwide downloads of Plants vs. Zombies 2 than with a HUGE game update? Prepare yourselves, zombie killers The future is here! Now live on the App Store and Google Play, Far Future World brings you 24 new challenging levels, eight new zombie-hating plants, 10 new brain-hungry zombies, and more!EIN News

    Far Future drags the zombies from the future to menace your lawn in the present. As always, these new enemies have more than just stylistic differences from their other incarnations. These zombies all have their own futuristic abilities that could make the game a bit more challenging. Luckily, new help is also available.Android Community

    The Zen Garden returns with more improvements since you’ve seen it last in PvZ 1. As you destroy zombies when you play, you’ll pick up sprouts that can be planted in the Zen garden. After watering them (based on a timing system), they’ll pop out currency and, eventually, a boost power-up, which lets you use a plant’s special ability immediately when you play it, all without plant food. It’s smart and satisfying to save these boosted plants for intense moments when a quick attack will save your game.IGN

    Far Future flings our heroes ahead into a world where bioengineered, genetically superior crops and plants are finally acceptable, if not necessary in the war against zombies. New plants available for defending  your keep include the Laser Bean, Infi-Nut, Magnifying Grass, and Blover. They’ll get to square off against new enemies like the Jetpack Zombie.Phandroid

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    Solitaire Blitz Pulls Into Port for Maintenance

    It’s time once again for everybody’s favorite Tara, Tara, to bring us the latest important update from the world of Solitaire Blitz.

    Ahoy friends! We’ve got some crucial news for Solitaire Blitz players. We will be taking the game offline tonight at 9:00 pm PDT for some much needed maintenance. Folks who play on Facebook will be unable to play until the wee hours in the morning, and if you play on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch you will only be able to play in “offline” mode during this maintenance window. We will update everyone on the Fan Page just as soon as we’re back online, but we wanted to make sure to give you a heads up!

    Don’t forget to try some of our other PopCap games if you’re looking for a midnight break. Bejeweled Blitz and Zuma Blitz are two of our favorites on Facebook. And for your Apple device, don’t forget to update your Plants vs. Zombies 2 app and check out the latest level — Far Future!

    Thanks so much for your patience tonight, Blitzers, and we’ll see you back in the game tomorrow morning for the new weekly tournament!