Nice Very fun addicting gameplay ... Kinda expected a game where you have to slice zombies with your finger, its nice it auto attacks, special skills & upgrades are pretty cool, with those ninjas & samurai that can come help you out. Curious to see what they will add in the future, good job. To the person that said in comments 9.99$/month for game premium membership, wtf? Thats for the GLU network or something, not for THE game ....
No! This was a really great game until... What have you done? You have messed it up. My heath is gone, and you gave it a huge story line. This isn't samurai jack! I think a story line is nice, however when you change practically everything just to give it something it didn't really need that's poor decision making on your part. I think it probably got plenty of game play with out all the recently added changes.
One of the best games ever!!! I completed part 1 and 2 last year but I've started again because it's just such a great game to play. Graphics are great. Game~play is fun. It has a lot of levels so the fun is long~lasting. This is definitely a game app for keeps.
Fun and creative! This is a fun game and a great way to pass the time. A creative entry into the very popular zombie genre. Worth checking out, though the descriptions of what the different items do would be nice. (I had to go online to figure out how to use the sushi and tea.)
Too hard! Fun and addictive at first but when you reach level 45 with humans and 15 with zombies its impossible. There are too many upgrades and they are all too expensive. Also its next to imossible to get glu credits. I deleted the game for this exact reason. Fix this and i will give it a 5 star!
Simple, challenging and fun This is a good, achievement-based episodic game. It leans toward upgrade strategy rather than action, but remains a fun horde-slasher. Also Glu's support has been prompt and highly professional.
➤ Bug fixes and other improvements to game performance
Very Addictive Funny & Sarcastic Easy to Play - Plants Defending Against Zombies