Plants vs Zombies and Peggle, two great games from Popcap and EA, have been available via the Amazon Appstore for quite some time but unless they could get it for free with Amazon’s Free Paid App of the Day promo most weren’t ready to buy it outside of the Android market. If you’re one of those people then you can finally download it from the market today. The news that it’d be here this week actually came yesterday but an exact date wasn’t given – little did we know that just over half of a day would go by before seeing their respective launches. Peggle is here and Plants vs zombies is here, both $3. [Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]
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