Plants vs. Zombies Online
|Plants vs. Zombies Online|
|This game is defunct.|
Do note the game no longer works at all without modifications. This is most likely due to the game's servers being shut down. As a result, further official developments with the game are unlikely to happen.
|This article is a work in progress.|
...Well, all the articles here are, in a way. But this one moreso, and the article may contain incomplete information and editor's notes.
Essentially an online, PC exclusive version of Plants vs. Zombies 2, Plants vs. Zombies Online was a china exclusive game in the Plants vs. Zombies series developed in collaboration with Tencent Games. Wouldn't be the first time PopCap collaborated with a controversial developer, that's for sure. It's also notable for being the final tower-defense game in the series thus far to be released for Windows.
On August 11th, 2018, players were no longer able to log into the game and the entire website as well as the server were removed completely.
Early Sea Anemone
An early animation for Sea Anemone, showing a different design, namely the colors of it's head.
Small Peach from Plants vs. Zombies: All Stars! Looks like it was planned to make an appearance, but was scrapped.
A completely unused plant referred to in the files as 'Mihungu,' who resemble the Hypno-shroom. Interestingly uses the artstyle from PvZ 1.
An animation of Magnet-Shroom stealing a zombie's metal object from Plants vs. Zombies. Strangely uses the PvZ 1 art style as opposed to the PvZ 2 art style seen everywhere else in the game. Maybe a placeholder?
A scrapped Imp variant that would've fit quite nicely in Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum. No Imps appear in that world, however.
An Imp who would've appeared in East Sea Dragon Palace. No Imps appear in that world.
A scrapped zombie called the 'Overseer Zombie,' who would've most likely appeared in Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum. It's mechanics and use are unknown.
A zombie known as the 'Turtle Chancellor Zombie' who would've appeared in East Sea Dragon Palace. It would've have great defense, reducing incoming damage by a lot.
Two lawns that would've been used in a scrapped tutorial level, both with and without grass.
The lawn for an unknown world. Perhaps from a scrapped farm-themed world?
Hey, it's the daytime lawn from PvZ 1! What it's doing here is unknown, however. Perhaps a placeholder lawn?
A colorful present. Formerly used as a reward chest for doing a certain number of daily tasks, but was soon scrapped for unknown reasons.
A lighting effect that would've been used for the Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum lawn in older versions of the game. Strangely, it is stored as a .swf asset.
Here's how it would've looked in-game.
The Plants vs. Zombies series
|Windows||Plants vs. Zombies (Prototypes)|
|Mac OS X||Plants vs. Zombies|
|Android||Plants vs. Zombies • Plants vs. Zombies 2 • Heroes • Plants vs. Zombies 3 (Demos)|
|iOS||Plants vs. Zombies • Use Your Brainz EDU • Plants vs. Zombies 2 • Heroes • Plants vs. Zombies 3 (Demos)|
|Adobe Flash||Plants vs. Zombies|
|Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSiWare||Plants vs. Zombies|
|Xbox 360, PlayStation 3||Plants vs. Zombies|
|iOS||Plants vs. Zombies 2 • All Stars • Great Wall Edition|
|Android||Plants vs. Zombies 2 (Dev Build) • All Stars • Great Wall Edition • Journey to the West|
|Android TV||Plants vs. Zombies|
|Windows||Garden Warfare • Garden Warfare 2 • Battle For Neighborville|
|Mac OS X, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch||Battle For Neighborville (Closed Alpha)|