- For other uses, see Starfruit (disambiguation).
Starfruit is a recurring character within the Plants vs. Zombies franchise. Starfruit shoots stars in five different directions, including behind himself.
As of Plants vs. Zombies 3, Starfruit has appeared in four games.
The star in his name refers to the fact that he is star shaped and shoots stars in five directions, and the fruit in his name refers to the fact that he is a fruit.
- Main article: Starfruit (PvZ)
He attacks by firing stars in 5 directions slowly, one up, one down, one to the upper right, one to the lower right and one behind him. He normally costs 125 sun but costs 175 with a much slower recharge in Versus Mode. There is a mini-game based on him, Seeing Stars, which involves putting Starfruits in a star shape on a lawn.
Oddly enough, in Plants vs. Zombies: Great Wall Edition and Plants vs. Zombies Social Edition, he is replaced by Future Star who works exactly like him except they advertise a milk brand in China. This is a weird case as other advertisement plants in the game are their own plant and don't replace what they were based off of.
- Main article: Starfruit (PvZ2)
In Plants vs. Zombies 2, Starfruit is a seed packet premium plant, costing 200 seed packets. In this game, he costs 150 sun rather than 125 but fires faster compared to his appearance in Plants vs. Zombies. Otherwise, he is exactly like his first game counterpart.
- Main article: Shooting Starfruit
Starfruit returns in the turn-based mobile card game Plants vs. Zombies Heroes as Shooting Starfruit, a Galactic Legendary plant in the Smarty class. They cost 5 and have 2/2. While they have low stats, their ability has them attack every lane, which can have them deal up to 10 damage to the Zombie Hero at any time.
- Main article: Starfruit (PvZ3)
Starfruit's latest appearance is in Plants vs. Zombies 3, reprising the same role as the other main games. They are obtainable after beating Floor 6 of the Devour Tower and his seed packets are more likely to appear in Green Screens Theater breakout levels.
His Plant Food ability is called Starburst and lets him fire a burst of stars in 5 directions while his Tacobility is called Pointed Stars and lets him fire faster, as well as pierce through multiple zombies.
- He is the fourth plant in the series that went through a major redesign. Other plants include Grave Buster, Spikeweed, Imitater, Tangle Kelp, and Nightcap.