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GamesBeat: Were you alone at that point, or were you already working with a small team? Fan: I was working on this alone. I had been working with PopCap. I made Insaniquarium, and they helped me finish the game and publish it. That leads to the other half of where the inspiration came from. I finished Insaniquarium and I started thinking about ideas for a possible sequel to that game.
It naturally led me to think about, well, Insaniquarium is about one fish tank. And the Nintendo DS was out right around this time, so I was thinking about those two screens. Maybe I could make a game about two fish tanks, one on each screen.
Or you would alternate between two fish tanks on one screen. One fish tank would be where you ramp up your economy, and the other one would be the defense tank. Insaniquarium, the original one, had at most one or two aliens ever attacking the fish tank. On a sort of tangent, I was trying to come up with a gardening game.
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These cabbage-pults would lob cabbages at an army of aliens. Two things played in — the idea of defending against the aliens while tending the garden, nurturing and watering the plants. That felt like a mismatch of gameplay, though. On one side, it just felt tedious to garden while you were trying to fend off the aliens.
So what if you just planted the cabbage-pult and it shot right there? That tended to work better. It was more like a traditional tower defense game, where you could build a maze and trap the enemies. So then it was plants versus aliens. It was called Weedlings at the time. All the plants had little characters, little faces on them. It was pretty adorable.
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This was back when the casual games industry was booming. Right at the time I noticed a ton of gardening games coming out. I had to stand out. What do I add? I add zombies. None of the gardening games had zombies. Out went the aliens and in came the zombies. I also redid the gameplay, the lane-based thing. I had that epiphany one day.