PLANTS vs ZOMBIES
Plants win if the garden is completed (all plants on the board are owned by the plant player at the beginning of that player's turn.
Zombies win if they cross the left-most row and capture the Sun.
2 attacks, 3 fortifies per turn, you may attack after fortification.
Zombies take yard tiles in an attempt to reach the house. Zombies can pick which row to send zombies down, but zombies cannot switch rows. Zombies are supplied by factory income, to increase the zombie player's bonus, that player must upgrade his zombies at the bottom of the map. Each upgrade produces more units each turn in the zombie player's bank of units. The normal zombie produces 1 unit per turn. The upgrades increase this by 2 with each upgrade. Zombies can eat plants with artillery borders.
Plants use sunflowers to collect sunlight which is used to purchse defense plants. Each plant requires research before being able to plant any in the yard. Research can be done with sunlight. Each sunflower produces 1 extra unit per turn for the plant player which is automatically placed in the sun territory. The Pea Shooters can attack the territory in which they are planted, as well as the 2 territories directly in front of them with artillery borders. Snow peas can attack 1 territory further than Pea Shooters. Wall-Nuts can fill the territory beneath them with a blockade if the territory is empty using attack only borders. Mowers can artillery any lawn lawn territory with a plant in it in the row. Mowers are one turn use only, they diappear at the beginning of your turn.
Snow Pea 7
Zombie Factories 20
All dice are 10v10 except:
Wall-nuts attack yard with 1v10
End of yard attacks Sun 10v0 so 3 units attacking it wins.
"(As the plants) You always want to leave at least one man on every upgrade, or else you will need to waste an attack re-taking it, same with wall nuts. I would take all the sunflowers as quickly as possible while watching out for a quick rush. Once you have those you want to take pea shooters on rows that I seem to be advancing on. Generally you should only attack me if I am threatening you, since you don't want to waste your attacks, and attacks against me hurt more when I am further into the garden since it takes me more attacks to get back to where I was. The Snow pea shooters are your most powerful weapon, the normal pea shooters are generally not all that useful except to kill territories with small numbers of zombies on them. Your lawn mowers are sort of last resort, if I get a big stack past your snow pea shooters on a row you can hit it from the lawn mower, but you will then lose any units remaining on the lawn mower."
Bonuses, Limits and Dice