How to Make Plant vs Zombies Game from Cardboard

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How to Make Plant vs Zombies Game from Cardboard
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You need

– Cardboard (E flute & B flute)
– Glue & Superglue
– Wood Stick (2mm, 5mm)
– Straw (6mm)
– Motor (rpm 30~120)
– Copper Wire
– Rubber Band
– Ring Magnet
– AA Battery

Music by
1. Alan Walker – Faded [NCS Release]
2. Alan Walker – Spectre [NCS Release]
3. Tobu – Hope [NCS Release]
4. Tobu – Infectious (Original Mix)

Everyone~ Enjoy!

How to Make Plant vs Zombies Game from Cardboard

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Slime Sam is really into zombie games. And he wants them in real life, not on the phone or a computer. That’s why he and his human friend Sue start making Plants vs Zombies game out of cardboard! Those zombie characters are fun to make, they are so colorful, and they really move!

This DIY project is a bit more challenging, because it requires working with wires, motors, and batteries. Make sure you ask an adult to help you with that! You will also need some thick cardboard, a bit of thread, wooden sticks, small round magnets, some parchment paper, clear plastic film, and, of course, bright pictures from the game – all the zombie characters and some additional details.

Each zombie character is glued onto a special stand to knock it down with a magnet. You can make three levels of difficulty here! The game itself resembles a large box. To start the game, you need to insert a coin into a special slot. The game stops when a zombie reaches the finishing line or when you knock down all the zombies. Train well and you’ll win!

By the way, do you remember this video when Sam and Sue made a review of the Zomber Geek game?

Check out our other cardboard games! They’re fun to make and fun to play!

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Garden Tutorial: Storing Begonias In A Cardboard Box Through The Winter

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Begonias are beautiful flowers, but they’re also an example of “tender bulbs,” meaning they need to be stored during the winter. Marianne Binetti shows you how to properly store tender bulb plants until they are ready to blossom again in the spring. All you need is a cardboard box.

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Growing Flowering Plants : Growing Cardboard Palm Plants

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The cardboard palm plant is easy to care for in a garden. Learn about growing cardboard palm plants from a horticulturist in this free gardening video on flowering and bedding plants.

Stan DeFreitas
Bio: Stan DeFreitas, also known as “Mr. Green Thumb”, has experience as an urban horticulturist working for the Pinellas County Extension Service and has taught horticulture at the St. Petersburg College.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

Start a New Compost Pile with Newspaper & Cardboard

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Any new Compost pile needs to have plenty of Carbon rich “Brown” material. Newspaper and Cardboard can substitute for Leaves and Sticks if they are not readily available. Compost all your Coffee grounds, Banana peels, Egg shells and any other Garden or Kitchen scraps, this is your “Green material rich in Nitrogen. Any time you add “Green” material, also add heaps of leaves or shredded paper to keep a healthy balance. When in doubt add more “Brown” material. Meats, Bones and Cheeses can smell as they decompose attracting animals, so use them sparingly and break them up into tiny pieces, mixing them in with native soil and vegetable scraps to mask the odor. Keep your compost moist and turn it every few weeks to keep the air loving aerobic bacteria happy. Finished compost will smell like earth and can be added to the garden however you like. Mix it in with your soil, top the garden like mulch, or mix it with water for a liquid plant feed.