You can blow the wheels off the Pianist Zombie with either the Spikeweed or Spikerock.
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You can use the Kernel-pult's butter shot to knock the zombie out of the seagulls mouth. The seagull zombies can also be blocked using the Wall-nut or Tall-nut, but will fly over the Spring Bean or Chili Bean. Any of the basic projectile plants are also good at destroying them, but they can be tough and easily overwhelm you if there is more than one.
Those darn zombie chickens are a real pain in the butt! The best defense against them are the Spikeweed or Spikerock. The chickens will die when they run across them. You can also use the Lightning Reed's chain attack to kill multiple chickens at once.
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Over the last few years Tower Defense games have become watered down and uninspired. The genre has fallen victim to copycat developers who spend more time coming up with goofy concepts rather than tapping the format’s potential to create new, fun and challenging games. However, there have been two diamonds in the rough for Tower Defense fans: Kingdom Rush and Plants vs. Zombies. Both started as free flash games, and both have found well deserved success on iOS and Android devices, making them two of the most popular current Tower Defense games available today.
In 2013, Ironhide Studios released the long awaited sequel to Kingdom Rush, and PopCap (now owned by EA) released Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time. Both games quickly rose to the top of the App Store Charts soon after their release, and both were well received by fans and critics. But which game is the best Tower Defense game currently available for iOS devices?
After almost being delayed for a month, the long awaited sequel to the popular Plants vs. Zombies iOS game will be available tomorrow. Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time is the first official sequel since the original game was released in 2009. That's unless you count the few spin-offs like the Facebook game Plants vs. Zombies Adventures.
The release of the sequel is so highly anticipated that the App Store posted a teaser image to its Facebook page alongside a message that reads: "It's about time. Guess what game is coming tomorrow?"
Allen Murray, Senior Producer for Plants vs. Zombies 2 promised fans that the game would feature plenty of new content and a entirely new gaming experience. However, some are worried about the game's freemium status. This means the game will be free to download, but it will most likely require some in-app purchases to be able to enjoy the full experience.