Owners of Symbian-based smartphones can now take advantage of the features of a new game on their devices, none other than the popular Plants Vs Zombies.
Developed by Electronic Arts, the game was already made available for download on other mobile platforms out there, and is now up for grabs for the dying Symbian OS as well.
Interestingly though, All About Symbian notes that the game was built in Java, which resulted in a retro animation and low byte count.
Two flavors of the mobile game were made available for download, one for free, as a limited trial, and another paid, with a price tag of €2.48 ($3.33) attached to it.
“Dig into the fun-dead action hit that’s won over 30 Game of the Year awards! A mob of fun-loving zombies is about to invade your home,” the game’s description reads.
“Use your arsenal of 49 zombie-zapping plants to mulchify 26 types of zombies before they break down your door.”
Those who will purchase the mobile game will enjoy no less than 50 levels in its Adventure mode, while also having to collect coins that will enable them to buy power-ups and a pet snail.
There are also 44 awesome achievements waiting to be earned. Plants Vs. Zombies promises never-ending fun, Electronics Arts also notes.
The free version of the mobile title is a time-based trial that enables users to access the content only for a small period of time.
According to the guys over at All About Symbian, users should consider making the purchase normally through the Nokia Store, and not buying the game through their phone bill.
The paid flavor of Plants Vs Zombies for Symbian is available on this page in the Nokia Store, while the free, limited trial can be found via this link (though it provides users only with a glimpse at the first five minutes of the game). The title is not available for all Nokia handsets, it seems.