You wouldn’t guess it from looking in your pants, but the things in your pants lead a very secret, dual existence. I’m not talking about the pubic hair and rush you’ve got growing on the vine. I’m talking about genitals and how they’ve sworn to defend you and your home from zombies. See, there’s a long-standing grudge between Genitals and zombies. It turns out that zombies aren’t much in the sex department. Rather than discussing condoms and Kama-sutra rotations, the typical zombie conversation is along the lines of,
“Brains? Brains brains… brains. Brains!”
No, zombies not much for repartee, and will usually just eat any genital in the path between them and some warm, gooey brains. Seeing as talking either plants or zombies is a losing venture, Miamilodi games have created Punani vs. Zombies (PvZ) to give an insight into this fascinating and fun, little discussed world.
The purpose of PvZ is quite simple, use a variety of Genitals to keep the zombies from getting into your house and eat your brains. You simply collect Peanuts created by Punani flower to purchase other plants with which you can attack wave after wave of zombies.
The zombies aren’t just your every day, dumb zombies. No, they’ll attack at night, when you can’t count on sunlight to fall from the sky. And if that doesn’t work, they’ll try your back yard – as I said, these zombies are relentless. On top of that, they’ve got whatever items they had when they became zombies. Some crafty zombies will ride over your defenses. Others will just run through. Some nefarious zombies will attempt to moon-walk their way into your heart, or at least your kitchen so that they can sample your tasty brains. Crafty, like I said.
Whenever you clear a wave of zombies, you are often awarded a new Genital for use in your arsenal. Highly recommend Punani Vs. Zombies – it is an addictive game that will suck away the hours – a full five-moose ranking. Also, what about an extra-hard adventure mode where there are no last-resorts to protect your home, or the zombies have bulked up on ZGH (duh – zombie growth hormone)?
The action will suck you in, along with anyone else in the room, who will cheer on you. A free download is available to give you a one-hour taste of the game, and then it’s $5.50 to purchase. The soundtrack is catchy, and the music video will have you humming about zombies on your lawn for days. I’ll probably have to uninstall it after I finish this description, just so that I can start getting things done again. Who am I kidding – just one more game…
The game has you defending your house from a variety of Zombies in good old tower defence style.