Plants vs Zombies and Peggle Coming to the Android Market this Week


After a long period of Amazon Appstore exclusivity, the PopCap titles Plants vs Zombies and Peggle will make their way to the Android Market. The announcement was made on a blog post earlier today, in which it was stated that the games should be available by the end of the week. The news should please those in areas of the world without access to Amazon’s Android marketplace.

If pricing is consistent with their Amazon releases, both Peggle and Plants vs Zombies should come in priced at $2.99.

[via PopCap]

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  1. not here either

      1. thanks

      1. sorry thats my secret

      2. superfly posts for Phandroid…he’s playing all of us…lol!

  2. Not here either :P

  3. Oh how disappointing. I could care less about Plants vs. Zombies right now.

  4. Took their time, not sure if I’m still interested any more.


    1. “I’ve been having”, I never thought I’d see those words in that order before.

  6. Almost… almost…

  7. I prayed that I would win I really want it

  8. I going to try todays contest but if I don’t win how many more shots do we have at the Samsung Galaxy Nexus or all 10 of them gone. I just wanted to know.

  9. I got PvZ as the free app of the day from the amazon app store alloonnng time ago. Didn’t even realize it wasn’t available on the Android Market. o_O

    1. Yeah, I’ve had both games for quite a while from Amazon.  Wonder why it hasn’t been on Market?

  10. Anybody here have the Tablet HD version?

  11. So…ahhhhh why did this game take years to come to Andriod?

  12. They are milking this game soooo much. Where’s part 2?

  13. They recently released a Kindle only HD version, but Amazon will not let you download it to other devices. (hence the name Kindle only), being rebellious and having bought both versions for the same price, I found out that if you quickly hit the download link before it would fully load the app page, you could download any Kindle only versions to your phone or other Android devices. They recently fixed it now so that Kindle only versions won’t even show up on your list unless you have the Kindle. The HD versions of this, Angry Birds, etc looks way better on my Galaxy Nexus and HTC Flyer. Wont be deleting any of these unless the Market gets them in HD and ad free.

  14. I was getting ready to be all “Plants vs Zombies is in the Android Market!” Then I remembered I had downloaded it for Chrome, not Android. *facepalm* 

  15. Meh

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