Plants Vs. Zombies for the iPad Will Completely Destroy Weekend Productivity

I’m still addicted to Plants vs. Zombies for the iPhone and have a hard time understanding how it dropped out of the top 100 list of paid games. Don’t feel bad for Popcap, however. At $2.99, it sold 300,000 unit in the first nine days after its launch in February. You can do the math. Popcap did ok.

PopCap’s Plants vs. Zombiesâ„¢ is the Top-Grossing iPhone Launch Ever

While the game looks (and plays) great on the iPhone, it is pretty easy to see that it will probably look blocky and chunky on the iPad’s larger screen in iPhone emulation mode. So, the good news is that there may be a version redesigned for the iPad available at launch time this weekend.

Plants vs. Zombies for iPad Leaked

My guess is that this game will be priced at around $9.99 (though I’m hoping for $5.99)