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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfar Alternatives for PS3

#1 Savage Moon

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Savage Moon is an Action, Strategy, Tower Defense, and Single-player video game developed by FluffLogic and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The game takes place in the fictional world and lets the player assume the role of the protagonist.

The game assigns a task to the player of protecting a remote, off-road mining facility from the attack of Insectocytes. It consists of various challenging missions and lets the player place the defensive tower in the way of bugs who wants to consume everything.

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#2 PixelJunk Monsters

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PixelJunk Monsters is an Addictive, Action, 2D, Strategy, Tower-Defense, Online, Co-op, and Single-player video game by Double Eleven. It offers exciting gameplay inspired by the famous and engaging genre tower defense.

According to the story, the game world is threatened by the monsters who try to destroy everything, including the player’s base. The game lets the player assume the role of a defender of the forest in a 2D environment, and his primary task is to defend the pathway to his base from various threatening monsters.

#3 Fieldrunners

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Fieldrunners is an Engaging, Strategy, Action, Tower-Defense, and Single-player video game created and published by Subatomic Studios LLC. The game takes place in the world of Fieldrunners and allows the player to protect his base and fight against enemies.

The game consists of three different types of gameplay, such as Classes, Endless, and Extended. In Classic Mode, there are specific rounds in which the player must defend his castle against hundreds of enemies. During the gameplay, the player can place his towers anywhere to stop enemies from destroying his bases and can use various sorts of weapons to kill them.

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#4 Crystal Defenders

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Crystal Defenders is an Action-Adventure, Tower-Defense, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game by Square Enix. The game offers a set of two tower-defense video games and uses the setting of Ivalice and designed elements from Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift.

It features a selection of characters sporting Final Fantasy-based character classes and plays out enjoyable tower defense scenarios against a series of monsters. The core gameplay is the same as traditional tower defense games in which the player places multiple heroes on the given map who try to strop monsters to reach the endpoint.

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