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Free Plants Vs Zombies for anyone, unlimited copies

coloumb

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I wonder how many kids would actually appreciate this instead of candy? :D
 

PowerYoga

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EA giving away games is like they run over your dog and then give you a free dog treat as an apology.
 

Dankk

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EA is just giving away games for free lately.

God they suck.
Seriously. EA and freaking Origin. Who the f*** do they think they are? Giving away free stuff, they're seriously the cancer of the gaming industry.
 

BladeVenom

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I don't think EA is giving it away for free. The coupon says, "Brought to you by: American Dental Association." So I think the ADA paid for it.

Everyone feel better now?
 

coloumb

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edited.

I wonder - let's say you have a system crash on Nov 13th - I'm assuming the code would be invalid for a re-install since it expires Nov 12?
 
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WT

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Yep, site is hammered. I kept at it and got my code. I have it on most of my PCs but decided to load it on my HTPC - very tricky without a mouse (using a Logitech K400) but its free to play, so I can't complain.
 

gorcorps

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edited.

I wonder - let's say you have a system crash on Nov 13th - I'm assuming the code would be invalid for a re-install since it expires Nov 12?
When you put in the code, it emails you a link from pop cap and gives you an order # to unlock the game. I'm assuming if you keep that email you can use that order # again if you need to reinstall
 

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