The download trick:

Much-awaited, Plants vs. Zombies 2 launch has been delayed to a summer release. Nevertheless, lucky users in Australia and New Zealand can enjoy the play as July 10th marked its entry into the continent.

However, for those in other countries who can’t wait, do not fret! There is a way to get the game on your iOS 6 devices. To start with, go to Apple Support; create a new iTunes account from the U.S. to Australia to get apps from that territory. Download Plants vs. Zombies 2 app from the Australian App Store and install on your device to simply enjoy the game.

A look at game’s content:       

Along with download details, there’s also revelation on premium content presented in Plants vs. Zombies 2.

Launched in three worlds- Ancient Egypt, Pirate Seas and Wild West, the game holds four free playable plants including Squash, Jalapeno, Snow Pea and Torchwood. Interestingly, there’s also the new Power Lily included that seeds out plant food- a new currency to be purchased with real currency to unlock.
Some content comes as standalone purchases, as part of bundles with coins and upgrades. Rumor indicates $1 cost for each plant.

It comes with map screens of each world to give players access to stages, where they can discover possible branching paths that can be unlocked with keys. These keys can be collected as random drops or be bought as an in-app purchase.

Plants vs. Zombies 2 also house engaging touch-enabled power-ups that lets players touch the heads of zombies or move them around the map.