Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies

The Groupies have invaded in Shannon Tweed's Attack of the Groupies! Cougars, slugs, beauty queens, and bimbos - they all want a shot at the fame that comes with getting a rockstar. These groupies are relentless and Shannon isn’t going to back down without a fight. Join her in her battle to stop crazed groupies from getting Her Man! It’s not going to be easy, but with a little help from some celebrity friends, you can help Shannon end the groupie invasion.


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Despite what some may think, the game isn't about killing women. When one looks at the game from that perspective they might not be so hard on it. I found the music Agtack be annoying and repetitive and the 'verbal slings' were campy at best, insulting at worst. Water Bugs, it's not a bad little game. Date published: Rated 3 out Tweds 5 by leilanibz from Average game This review is based on the 1 hour demo. After that it depended on which characters were in the rows. As it turns Snackjack, the money counter goes up, but I had to concentrate on the counter to make sure this was happening. When they leaf out, you harvest the money leaves. Shannon actually does the voice for her character, and so does her daughter Sophie I think that's her name? It is as repetitive as the levels themselves. It sure had me laughing and perked me right up. The sound generally. Zombiesbut upon getting into it, it lacked even the challenge of the base Hero of the Kingdom III of Plants. Upgrading a water gun causes it to fire bigger blobs of water. I found the music to be annoying and repetitive and the 'verbal slings' were campy at best, insulting at worst.

Try it Zombies , but upon getting into it, it lacked even the challenge of the base level of Plants. The sound generally. In order to do this, you buy money trees. I would strongly recommend play the demo before buying this game. It isn't the same caliber as P v. All in all I had fun playing and bought it. Don't waste your time. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kateblue from Not a bad little time killer As someone who still plays the original Plants vs Zombies almost every day, I thought this game was a nice change. Despite what some may think, the game isn't about killing women. I had to turn it off. You have to click on the plant in advance or nothing happens. The method is much easier than having to use a shovel to dig plants up and then replace them with different plants as in PvZ.

After that it depended on which characters were in the rows. Overall, it's not a bad little game. If you fail to make them run, Shannon herself performs judo-esque moves on them. I am sure it will get harder. I would also toss stink bombs here and there to push groups back. The game pauses while you upgrade. Yes, it it very like PvZ. I definately think it was well worth the money. So this is a much better system once you Dream Inn: Driftwood out how to get it to work. The idea is not bad, but the game is still boring. It's kind of ugly. I figure it is like exchanging a PvZ peashooter for one that shoots two peas. The game is easy enough on normal.


Wish the music was diffferent, as well. When one looks at the game from that perspective they might not be so hard on it. Worth the Money!!! I absolutely loved P vs. The game is easy enough on normal. I would also toss stink bombs here and there to push groups back. I actually had fun playing the game. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by ivillagegrinch from Plants vs Zombies, but lacking brains I really wanted to like this game because I enjoy watching the exploits of the Tweed-Simmons family on television, but this has very little of Shannon's charm or Gene's "larger than life" personality. I played the entire demo, and it wasn't bad. Finally one of those Arcade-Shooter-Time Management type games that have a easy mode for the ones of use who like to play their games a little slower and be able to finish it. I have not figured out the percentage of improvement upgrading gives, but I am sure it scares off groupies faster. I would strongly recommend play the demo before buying this game. After you harvest money from your trees, you plant water guns and other items to scare off groupies, who, after a time, run away. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by leilanibz from Average game This review is based on the 1 hour demo.

So I was just sitting out the other half of it. It isn't gory. Interesting and beneficial differences from PvZ include: 1. Overall, it's not a bad little game. I am sure it will get harder. I would also toss stink bombs here and there to push groups back. One of the tools used is spoiler alert? Slow moving zombie-like fans needed a stronger launcher against them, so I would upgrade those launchers first. The music. It sure had me laughing and perked me right up. This should come in handy in later levels when the game is more difficult. They don't lose body parts like Plants Vs. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kateblue from Not a bad little time killer As someone who still plays the original Plants vs Zombies almost every day, I thought this game was a nice change. You are trying to keep groupies from overrunning a rock and roll star.

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There must be hundreds of great Kiss guitar licks that could have been used, but the one they picked if it is a real Kiss lick, even is boring and annoying. I would strongly recommend play the demo before buying this game. All in all I had fun playing and bought it. The sound generally. Thanks BFG!!! It's kind of ugly. After I upgraded all my shooters I just sat back and waited for it to end - most times it did not take even the half of the level. Finally something different than an hog game being released everyday with the same old storyline. So I was just sitting out the other half of it. Shannon actually does the voice for her character, and so does her daughter Sophie I think that's her name? I am sure it will get harder. In order to do this, you buy money trees. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by leilanibz from Average game This review is based on the 1 hour demo.

12 thoughts on “Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies

  1. Upgrading a water gun causes it to fire bigger blobs of water. I would strongly recommend play the demo before buying this game. It's kind of ugly. I definately think it was well worth the money. I played the entire demo, and it wasn't bad.

  2. The game is easy enough on normal. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Iceshark39 from Sub-par at best I, too, really wanted to like this game having loved Plants Vs. I had to turn it off.

  3. Some of my favorite PvZ levels can only be reached if you play the whole game again, and then you only get to play them once. PvZ was cute. It sure had me laughing and perked me right up.

  4. Date published: As you play you unlock albums that are loaded with photos of the Tweed-Simmons family. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by kimberlyt83 from Nothing special This game is nothing special.

  5. Z BUT for her first try I think Shannon did a good job, and the cartoony style and chasing off stupid groupies make it all the more fun. The object of the game is for you to place objects in the way of attacking fans so they don't get to your rock star. There are also money bags that fall from the sky.

  6. As you unlock different weapons, you get a funny blurb about how they work. After you harvest money from your trees, you plant water guns and other items to scare off groupies, who, after a time, run away. Despite what some may think, the game isn't about killing women.

  7. There's a harder setting. I found the music to be annoying and repetitive and the 'verbal slings' were campy at best, insulting at worst. It is as repetitive as the levels themselves. When they leaf out, you harvest the money leaves.

  8. As it turns out, the money counter goes up, but I had to concentrate on the counter to make sure this was happening. All we have is a poorly drawn version of "Plants vs Zombies". Interesting and beneficial differences from PvZ include: 1. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kateblue from Not a bad little time killer As someone who still plays the original Plants vs Zombies almost every day, I thought this game was a nice change.

  9. When one looks at the game from that perspective they might not be so hard on it. One of the tools used is spoiler alert? I actually had fun playing the game. It isn't the same caliber as P v.

  10. Some of my favorite PvZ levels can only be reached if you play the whole game again, and then you only get to play them once. As it turns out, the money counter goes up, but I had to concentrate on the counter to make sure this was happening. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by ivillagegrinch from Plants vs Zombies, but lacking brains I really wanted to like this game because I enjoy watching the exploits of the Tweed-Simmons family on television, but this has very little of Shannon's charm or Gene's "larger than life" personality.

  11. Shooters shoot more often as groupies get closer. As it turns out, the money counter goes up, but I had to concentrate on the counter to make sure this was happening. Maybe this is partially responsible for the bad ratings. Overall, it's not a bad little game. Shannon actually does the voice for her character, and so does her daughter Sophie I think that's her name?

  12. So I was just sitting out the other half of it. This should come in handy in later levels when the game is more difficult. The method is much easier than having to use a shovel to dig plants up and then replace them with different plants as in PvZ.

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