Plants vs Zombies 2 Hack Free Coins and Gems No Survey

Plants Vs Zombies 2 Hack Free Coins and Gems No Survey

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The zombies are back in Plants vs. Zombies 2! Meet, greet and defeat legions of zombies from the dawn of time to the end of days. Amass an army of powerful plants, supercharge them with Plant Food and discover amazing ways to protect your brain. It’s an ever-expanding universe of fun! And zombies – lots and lots of zombies. To begin your quest visit their official website and download the game in your android or iOs.

HOW TO GET FREE COINS AND GEMS ON PLANTS VS ZOMBIES 2 GAME

Normally you would have to purchase gems and coins in the game which means you have to be ready to spend some bucks. There is also some tips, tricks and guides to get coins and gems but the easiest way to get what you need without spending any money is to use our Plants vs Zombies 2 Hack.

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TIPS AND TRICKS ON PLANTS VS ZOMBIES 2 GAME (Author:Jeremy Gill)

Plants vs. Zombies 2 is the sequel to Popcap’s original, amazing, mega-hit, but it’s also a completely new, completely different thing. It’s freemium now, which means it’s free to play, but it tries to encourage you to pay for extras via in-app purchase (IAP). Some people love that model. Some people hate it. We’re not here to judge. We’re just here to help you make the most of Plants vs. Zombies 2 no matter how you choose to play or pay. And that means, of course, we’re giving you our absolute best tips, tricks, and out-and-out cheats!

Plants vs. Zombies 2: It’s About Time

This sequel to the hit strategy game, It’s About Time, features several new plants to master and zombies to defeat. While I love this free-to-play game, its faster gameplay can challenge newcomers who are used to the more-relaxed pace of the original.

But don’t fret, today we’ll cover six simple tactics to help conquer the undead. Of course, you’ll have to adapt your strategies as you face different foes in different settings, but these general tips can get you through just about any level.

6. Bring a Diverse Bunch

Do: Maximize your effectiveness by choosing a varied team to handle any situation. With dozens of vegetation options available to pick from, you will have precious few slots to fill when selecting plants for each battle. Check out the table below to review several broad classes and a good example from each set to use.

Don’t: Bring too many plants with the same basic function. Yes, Repeater and Fire Peashooter are both effective ranged units, but considering their similarities one should do just fine in any given level.

5. Slow Zombies by Chilling

Do: Utilize plants that delay the advance of zombies, often through chilling effects. Snow Pea works great as a low-cost option while Winter Melon serves well if you have extra Sun to burn.

Don’t: Place more than one Delayer in each row. You want to chill the zombies, but other plants can deal damage faster, and multiple chill effects don’t stack when applied to the same zombie. However, other slowing effects can compound with chill, like the Sap-fling’s sticky projectiles.

4. Use Sun-shroom

Do: Use Sun-shroom to produce Sun once you obtain it. Why?

At 25, he costs half the price of Sunflower (and 1/5 the price of Twin Sunflower)
He eventually produces more Sun than Sunflower (75 compared to 50)
He has a better Plant Food effect

Sure, Sun-shroom only produces 25 Sun at first, but it soon grows to produce 50, and again to make 75. You’re getting more Sun for less cost compared to Sunflower. Heck, since Sun-shroom is so cheap, in desperate times he can serve as a small shield without bankrupting you, slowing zombies as they devour him to buy you time. You can unlock Sun-shroom in the Dark Ages world.

Don’t: Use Sunflower once you’ve unlocked Sun-shroom. Twin Sunflower does produces a bit more Sun (100) than a maxed-out shroom, but the larger price tag and lengthier recharge times for Twin make shroom the superior unit.

3. Use Boosted Plants on Hard Levels

Do: Grow plants in your Zen Garden, but wait for harder encounters to use their level-lasting powers. Obtaining seeds is relatively easy (replay any level and you’ll gradually collect them), but if you find yourself stuck on a tough area, grow several plants and use them to demolish foes. Honestly, some of the best boosted plants are Sun-producers, as their Plant Food effects provide huge amounts of Sun instantly, giving practically infinite resources for the level.

Don’t: Ignore the Zen Garden or waste the bonuses on easier levels. Unless you have seeds to spare, no point spending the effects where you don’t need them. Also, don’t boost your plants with gems—save them for things you can’t obtain otherwise, like new units.

2. Use Melee and Shield Plants Together

Do: Place melee plants like Bonk Choy behind defenders like Wall-nut. Melee plants do high damage at short range, but because they can’t attack from afar, they normally don’t have much time to strike as the zombies advance. Placing a shield in front of them greatly increases the time the zombies are vulnerable to their melee attacks.

Don’t: Place melee plants in the back of your row (duh) or leave them undefended. Also, don’t use Snapdragon if you’re employing freezing plants—Snapdragon’s close-range fire removes the chill effect. Use Bonk Choy or another melee combatant instead.

1. Wait Before You Attack

Do: Hold off on striking the first few zombies. The game doesn’t tell you this, but the longer you wait before dealing damage to the first undead, the more time you receive to prepare your defenses and manufacture Sun. Delay the zombies with defenders like Wallnut as you mass-produce resources, and only attack once you’ve built up a better reservoir.

Don’t: Immediately attack the first zombies. Those extra ten or twenty seconds go a long way towards preparing your Sun for the entire level. As mentioned before, you don’t want to bring too many plants of the same type to a level, but doubling up on defenders can help you stall the initial zombies (most defenders have a lengthy recharge period before you can plant another).

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