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Posted by Beeraj Jhummun on Apr 20, 2011
Zombie Farm Review

Zombie Farm Review

Zombie Farm is one of the most interesting and addictive games you’ll ever play. Your goal is to build, plant, and grow a great farm and decorate it to your liking which requires gold.  Gold can be earned by growing crops and invasion.  You’re probably wondering what I meant by invasion.  Well, you’re not exactly growing only veggies and fruits, but also some adorable little zombies over square plots that cover a map.  Zombie Farm is very addictive, fun and very different from any other games, instead of the usual game skill requirements such as speed and intelligence, you must rely on your willingness to pick up the app time and time again due to the fact that everything grows in real time. If a plant or a zombie says that it takes a day to grow, you actually have to wait the full 24 hours to harvest.  The only way to speed things up, for those of you who want to play more than 10 minute bursts every 4 hours or so, is to earn brains (which are very hard to come by) or buy brains through in app purchasing.

The real fun of the game comes from invading your neighbors (or shall I say the other farms).  By invading their farms you gain gold and brains which can be used to speed up the grown of zombies and crops.  There are really no point to the game, as in there is no end to the game.  But that doesn’t mean that there is no fun to be had. As you level up throughout the game, you get more and more things to build and grow, including trees that add “life force” and upgrades that give your zombies stat boosts as well as a fun makeover. With your freshly grown zombie militia, you can attack neighboring locations, earning you gold and an occasional brain to make your farm better.

After playing the game for a while, there are not much to do, and there is no point doing any of it.  Unless you are willing to throw down some serious bucks to speed the game along via in app purchases, Zombie Farm really only provides about an hour of fun a day, and that is if you are super diligent and are willing to stop and start the app about 10 times a day when your plants are done growing or you have an attack ready. There are no global leaderboards to conquer and no way to do battles with your friends online, there is only you and your farm that fills up far too fast.

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