you guys can watch some gameplay on youtube
You maneuver a small spacecraft about the screen, blowing up asteroids and other vessels before they can turn you into space dust. Countless games have used this ever-popular formula, but Beat Hazard stands out because its gameplay molds itself to the rhythm of the music tracks you import. The resulting diversity leads to some exciting and challenging action and makes for an interesting way to enjoy your favorite musical artists. This unique feature doesn't completely absolve the game of its minor sins--underwhelming sound effects and a scarcity of modes and enemy types
Plants Vs Zombies-47.1MB
Zombies are creeping on your lawn, and your garden is your last line of defense against these brain-crazy cannibals. You have some pretty peculiar (but useful) plants at your disposal, including pea shooters that spit green balls at the undead, hot tamales that burn everything in their path, and Venus zombie traps. By planting various seeds in strategic locations around your lawn you may be able to hold off the onslaught and keep them from entering your house and eating your brain.
Unlike many tower defense games there isn't a winding path the zombies follow towards your home. The yard is divided into six rows and zombies shuffle in fairly orderly. They won't cross over into other lanes but you will find multiple bodies coming in on one row. It's a very simple concept and, in fact, when you first play Plants vs. Zombies you may find it to be too laid back; too easy. But the real draw here is the incredible variety of plants (towers) and zombies. There are 48 kinds of plants with numerous offensive, defensive, and production capabilities, and 26 different zombies. Completing each level in the game will unlock a new plant or item to add to your arsenal. These constant rewards really keep you involved and will have you saying "just one more level" long after you initially thought there wasn't much to the game.
Edited by Pegasus, 14 May 2010 - 01:06 PM.