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Plants Vs Zombies 2 It



Plants vs Zombies 2 (PvZ 2) is a game where players will try to survive the invasion of zombies with plants with different powers. You will easily access the gameplay of this game and face many challenges in different time axes. At the same time, each plant can increase strength in many ways.




Plants Vs Zombies 2 It



The first two plants you will see are Sunflower and Peashooter, familiar to fans of this series. Sunflower can generate solar energy to continue to grow a specific plant because each plant will take a certain amount of energy. At the same time, you will also start forming your offensive and defensive formations to shoot down the zombies. In addition, the number of plants is entirely diverse, and you can only bring a limited amount to each match.


On the progress bar, you will see many new plants that you will add to your list, which is sure to be something that anyone will want. At the same time, the battles of the bosses you face in the game are entirely varied and have an intense match. Sometimes, you will experience more interesting gameplay and less dependent on solar energy because the plants can be sent through the conveyor belt, and you can plant it immediately.


With many plants, you will undoubtedly need to upgrade them to the maximum level, but this is not entirely easy. That comes from seed packets, and you will be able to see where these items can drop and how to get them.


Start off with 2-3 Sunflowers followed by a Peashooter. As soon as you have 4 or 5 Sunflowers, start planting Wall-nuts every time they're off cooldown. You should have a full line of Wall-nuts ready for the last wave. Have a Cabbage-pult on each lane with Tombstones. Use plant food on Wall-nuts that are about to break or on Peashooters when there are too many zombies on the lane.


Put your first plant when you see where the first zombie is coming from. If you don't see a zombie coming on an empty lane, don't plant until you have at least 5 attacking Plants. Bloomerangs should be planted on the 2nd and 3rd line. The further they are, the faster they will attack. The only plant you should have on line 4 is the Wall-nut. During Sandstorms, the zombies can reach it, ignoring everything in their way. Potato Mines are your life savers. Always have a couple of them stashed. If things get rough, plant one and use plant food on it, to make it explode immediately and multiply.


Be patient. If 1 plant is enough to kill off the incoming Zombie, don't plant anymore on the same lane. Plant Wall-nuts on the 5th line. Until you have at least 3 plants on each lane, have a couple stashed to use in rough times. Bloomerangs should be planted right behind the Wall-nuts. Use plant food on Potato Mines when there are too many zombies on multiple lanes. Use plant food on Bloomerangs only when there are hordes of zombies in front of the plant. Don't use Wall-nuts to stop Gargantaurs (the exceptionally huge zombie). They will simply smash through any plant. The best weapon against Gargantaurs is the Iceberg Lettuce. It gives a lot of time to other plants to deal good damage. Try to have a couple stashed for when a Gargantaurs shows up.


Start off with 2-3 Sunflowers. Start planting Peashooters on the lanes where the first zombies appear. As soon as you have 5 Sunflowers and 3-4 Peashooters, start planting Wall-nuts on the 5th line. If a there is a tombstone too close to your plants, use a Bloomerang instead of Peashooters for the first wave of zombies. Bloomerangs should be put as close to the Wall-nuts as possible. Use Potato Bombs in front of the Wall-nuts. Iceberg Lettuces should only be used on Explorer Zombies. It is the only way to slow them down as they simply burn through any plant in their way (regardless of health points). Once the field behind the Wall-nuts is full, start replacing Peashooters with Bloomerangs. Keep a Peashooter on the back line.


Leave the Iceberg Lettuces out for this level and take Grave Busters instead. Explorer Zombies won't be showing up but grave stones will reappear on each wave. Start off with 2-3 Sunflowers. Start planting Peashooters on the lanes where the first zombies appear. As soon as you have 5 Sunflowers and 3-4 Peashooters, start planting Wall-nuts on the 5th line. Use Grave Busters as soon as they are off cooldown. Focus on the front grave stones first. Use Potato Bombs in front of the Wall-nuts. Once the field behind the Wall-nuts is full, start replacing Peashooters with Bloomerangs. Keep a Peashooter on the back line. Plant food should be mainly used on damaged Wall-nuts and Peashooters when a lane is crowded with zombies.


Start off with 2-3 Sunflowers. Once you've planted your first Peashooter, keep planting Sunflowers until you have 5. As soon as you see a Conehead or a Buckethead Zombie, start planting the Wall-nuts on the 3rd line to the left. Once you have a Peashooter start putting Bloomerangs right behind the Wall-nuts. At the end of the level you should have 2 lines of Peashooters and 1 line of Bloomerangs. Use plant food to strengthen your Wall-nuts if you can't afford to lose one. Use plant food on Peashooters if you're facing a tough enemy. Use plant food on Bloomerangs if the lane is crowded with too many zombies.


Start off with 2-3 Sunflowers. Use the Grave Buster as soon as it goes off cooldown. Get rid of the grave stones that are closest to your plants first. Get a total of 5 Sunflowers after you've put down your first Peashooter. Plant Bonk Choy plants on the 5th line whenever you have the sun for one. The first Wall-nuts should be planted on the 6th line, on lanes where you don't have a Bong Choy yet. Once you have a full line of Bong Choys, start planting more Peashooters behind them. Plant Wall-nuts as soon as they are off cooldown until you have one on each lane. Once all the tiles behind the Wall-nuts are occupied with plants, gather 1000 sun and remove the Sunflowers. Replace them with more Peashooters. Use plant food on heavily damaged Wall-nuts.


Start off with 2-3 Sunflowers (3 is the max you'll need for this level). Plant them on the lanes where there are no endangered Sunflowers. Use the Grave Buster to get rid of grave stones on the 6th and 7th line. Start planting Bong Choy plants in front of the endangered Sunflowers. On the lanes with no sunflowers to protect, the Bong Choys should go next to the Sunflowers. Plant the Wall-nuts in front of the Bong Choys. Until you have a Wall-nut on each lane, save one when a huge wave is approaching. Plant the wall nut on the lane with the most zombies. Constantly plant Peashooters behind your Bong Choys. Once you have no more free tiles, remove the Sunflowers you planted earlier and replace them with more Peashooters. Use plant food on heavily damaged Wall-nuts.


Start off with 2 Sunflowers. DO NOT plant more. Start planting Bong Choys on the 3rd tile of each lane. Plant a Peashooter whenever a Conehead zombie or an Explorer Zombie appears on a lane. The Bong Choys cannot take them down quickly enough on their own. If you see a Buckethead Zombie plant a Wall-nut in front of the Bong Choy. Never have more than 13 flowers. That way Iceberg Lettuce can be used in front of a Bong Choy to give it enough time to kill off a stronger zombie or an Explorer zombie. Your goal is to not let any zombies pass until the last wave, where your mowers will take care of most lanes. DO NOT plant Peashooters randomly. With only 2 Sunflowers you have a very low sun income. Considering you can't plant more than 14 flowers, each misplaced plant will have to be removed and planted again.


Plants to pick: Peashooter, Bloomerang, Wall-nut, Boy Chong, Potato Mine. Place a Bloomerang on the second tile of each lane. Boy Chongs should be planted on the third tile of each lane. Plant a Peashooter behind the Bloomerang on the middle lane to help destroy the grave stones quicker. A Wall-nut should be placed in front of each Bong Choy. Save enough sun to plant a Bong Choy and a Wall-nut on each lane after the grave stones are destroyed. Pay very close attention to the health of your Wall-nuts. As soon as one gets heavily damaged, use plant food on it. The last 25 sun should be used for a Potato Mine during the final wave. Place the mine on the first tile of a lane where the zombies are about to pass.


Start off with 2 Sunflowers. Do not plant any more. Start planting Bong Choys on the second or third tile whenever you see a zombie coming. If a zombie is getting too close and you don't have a Bong Choy on the lane yet, plant a Peashooter in the back line. Keep in mind that you can only afford to plant 1 Peashooter. Never have more than 11 plants. With a max number of 12, you'll need the last one for Iceberg Lettuces. Use it ONLY on Explorer Zombies (the ones with the torches) whenever they get in the Bong Choy's range. Once you have all the plants you need (and about 300-400 sun), you can remove the Sunflowers and replace them with a Peashooter to support a crowded lane. Use Plant food on damaged Wall-nuts, Peashooters (only when it's critical) or even Sunflowers in order to replace them with Peashooters quicker.


Start off with 1 Twin Sunflower. Plant your first Kernel-pult when a zombie appears. Keep planting Twin Sunflowers until you have 3 or 4 (preferably 4). Keep placing Kernel-pults until you have enough sun for a Melon-pult. Use Wall-nuts to stop Conehead and Buckethead zombies. Use the Iceberg Lettuce if a zombie is getting too close. This will ensure you can save the sun for Melon-pults. Use plant food on Melon-pults or damaged Wall-nuts. If you are running low on sun, feel free to use the plant food on a Twin Sunflower.


Plants to pick: Sunflower, Wall-nut, Repeater, Grave Buster, Bong Choy, Iceberg Lettuce/Potato Mine. Start off with 2 Sunflowers. Use Grave Busters on the grave stones that are closest. Plant the first Bong Choy on the third tile whereve


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