Shop for Crazy Dave’s Twiddydinkies at the Plants vs. Zombies Online Store

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Backed by PopCap Games and Treehouse Brand Stores, that crazy guy with a saucepan on his head they call Dave has made his dream of turning the Twiddydinkies shop into a full-blown online retailer a reality. Look at Crazy Dave getting all entrepreneurial. Maybe he’s not so CRAAAAAAAZY after all. (Of course he is!)

Dave had to give up the Twiddydinkies name in favor of the more official sounding Plants vs. Zombies Online Store, but he’s still selling all sorts of fun bobbles and trinkets. Magic tacos aren’t in stock, however you can buy a variety of plush and vinyl toys; accessories like baseball caps, mugs, posters and calendars; and a wide range of apparel for gamers of all ages–t-shirts and sweatshirts for men, women, boys and girls, and even some cute onesies for infantile Plants vs. Zombies fans.

Except for a few items, everything is $20 or less, so grabbing a few of these exclusive collectibles won’t break the bank. The store will also ship items to the United States and the UK. Start shopping today at www.pvzstore.com and help support Crazy Dave’s new business.

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Matt Litten is a 28 year old from-the-womb gamer turned video game reviewer/blogger and current editor/owner/operator of VGBlogger.com. Matt got his first taste of gaming as a youngster on the NES and Atari, and the rest is history from there. In 2004, three years removed from high school and still looking for a career direction in life, Matt landed his first gig in the video game review business writing for the now-defunct website BonusStage.com. After the sad and untimely close of BonusStage, the former staff went on to found VGBlogger.com, and after a short stint as US Site Manager for AceGamez Matt turned his attention to VGBlogger, and to this day is dedicated to making it one of the top video game blogs in all the blogosphere. Matt is a fair-minded reviewer and lover of games of all platforms and types, big or small, hyped or niche, big-budget or indie. But that doesn't mean he will let poor games slide without a good thrashing when necessary.