Plants vs. Zombies has broken App Store records, selling over 300,000 downloads in its first nine days.
For the uninitiated, the premise is pretty straightforward. Your house is under slow-moving attack from a horde of zombies and the only thing standing between your brain and them munching it is the plants in your garden. Collect sun tokens and plant pea-shooters, sunflowers, wall-nuts, cherry bombs to keep them off your patch.
Like a green-fingered tower defense game, it's lots of fun and hugely addictive.
Think you've got big enough begonias to take on the brain-munching undead? You can download Plants vs. Zombies from the App Store now for £1.79