- Garena Free Fire
- Garena International I
OS: IOS AndroId
Updated: August 24, 2021
Developer: ELECTRONIC ARTS
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Get ready to soil your plants as a mob of fun-loving zombies is about to invade your home. Use your arsenal of 49 zombie-zapping plants — peashooters, wall-nuts, cherry bombs and more — to mulchify 26 types of zombies before they break down your door. This app offers in-app purchases. You may disable in-app purchasing using your device settings
Great Game Tips for people that is playing the game that complains its hard to save up money for the minigames number 1 marigold farming, next is sell doubled plants,wim roof level 10 repeatedly to get 3 diamonds every time you, next is the best farm but it has requirements first youmust complete adventurr 1 and 2 after that go to fog level 10 adventure 2 and when you play always check if zombie yeti is on the other side of the field if he didnt show up restart the level and kill him/SavePumpkin This is the only game that made me escape reality, I\'ve already finished this game a long time ago, i just wanted to play it again since i dont have games on my phone. This really makes me happy, all of the games out there is just not for me but this really hits the point that i\'ve looking for I truly recommend if u havent played it yet or if you cant find any games yet just like me. Fun! I\'ve played this game for years. Light, stress-free strategy game. Safe for kids. Clever. Lots of mini-games to unlock. No purchases necessary. Though I did buy it to get rid of ads, just because it was affordable. I loved the PC version years ago with the daisies cheat code! Guess you don\'t have that? I\'d also like a snail to be available for EVERY garden, so I can feed him chocolate - go play a game, then check up on him to collect coins faster. I usually ignore the snail-less gardens.