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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 85167 15-Jun-2011 08:19
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Good morning guys & gals,

My wife got addicted to this game on the brother inlaw's iPad, and I found out that it's available on Amazon app store for US$1.50, I tried to download it from the store but it says its not yet available to download from NZ.

So just wondering if anyone has a link that I can go to download either paid or ideally free version of this game for my SGS?

Thank you in advance

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  Reply # 481298 15-Jun-2011 08:24
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The official Android app for PvZ is Amazon-market only at the moment. They've said that it will be released to the general Android Market "in the future" so all we can really do is wait. Pity 'cause I love the game too.

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  Reply # 481299 15-Jun-2011 08:31
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The apk is around if you search on google. Search for plants vs zombies apk.

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  Reply # 481303 15-Jun-2011 08:34
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Thanks guys for the responses, I will google for it.

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  Reply # 481314 15-Jun-2011 09:07
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On a similar note, is the Amazon App store going to become worldwide, does anyone know?

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