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Screw Candy, Give Plants Vs. Zombies Out On Halloween

Posted on Tuesday, September 11 @ 09:12:38 Eastern by


Zombies are little more than rotting corpses, whose sole purpose is to devour brains. Candy rots your teeth. Get the correlation?

The American Dental Association has teamed up with PopCap Games in an attempt to "stop zombie mouth", or rotting teeth and cavities due to overindulgence in candy that most children partake in each and every Halloween.

While I can't imagine trick or treating and not coming home with a bag full of sweet treats, being treated to a free PC or Mac version of Plants Vs. Zombies will provide a lot more fun. And with all the cherries, walnuts, peas, and other healthy fruits and veggies found in the game, it may just inspire healthier long-term eating habits.

Probably not.

But still, this is a surefire way to avoid getting egged and toilet papered, if you're giving out one of the best, most-addictive games I've played in the last ten years.

You can find out more information by visiting StopZombieMouth.com, where you can find printable vouchers with codes to download a free PC or Mac copy of Plants Vs. Zombies to give out to trick or treaters on Halloween.


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