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gnomes vs epic zombies In the end, developer PopCap games clearly put in effort into building a reasonably solid game, but is that enough to satiate an audience of gamers that have come to expect something different in the ever-competitive world of online multiplayer video-games? If mindless fun with friends is what you’re after or you’ve enjoyed previous titles in this series, then Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville is probably for you. If you’re anything like me and some of the above points put you off, then feel free to prune this one from your wishlist. PopCap plans spinning the wheel games free online to support Battle for Neighborville for the foreseeable future, and this will be done in the form of free post-launch content. Seasonal Festivals will be available, including the “Lawn of Doom Festival” in October, which will change the scenery and bring more customization options for characters. New Festivals will happen every month, and there will also be more features, characters, and maps coming, as well. A battle pass system will give you access to additional rewards, and will also be free.