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The Plants vs. Zombies achievement Better Off Dead requires that you

Get to a streak of 10 in I, Zombie Endless.

What does that mean?

I've searched & searched and can find nothing specific. I watched a couple of Youtube videos, and it was completely unclear as to what created a 'streak'.

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    Need some more context to give a good answer, but a streak of anything is that many without interruption. A streak of ten hits would be ten attempts without missing. A streak of ten wins would be ten wins without losing. A streak of ten A-button presses would be pressing the A-button ten times without hitting other buttons. If that's your question, that would probably be more appropriate to ELL SE than gaming. – DCShannon Mar 24 '16 at 17:19
  • This question was posted earlier on a Plats vs Zombies 2 question. But I don't know if it's actually relevant, or just a random question he posted it to. gaming.stackexchange.com/a/260129/2342 – DJ Pirtu Mar 24 '16 at 17:21
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    I think this is the original PvZ, not PvZ2... Although I guess it's possible that I, Zombie exists in PvZ2 as well, but basically winning 10 rounds in a row should trigger the achievement. – Tim S. Mar 24 '16 at 17:26
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    This is a good edit, but it seems a little bit like guesswork. I think this is the most likely explanation, so I'm casting a reopen vote. – two bugs Mar 24 '16 at 17:43
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    @twobugs Since this was originally posted as an answer to a question asking about this specific achievement, I think it's a pretty solid inference. – DCShannon Mar 24 '16 at 18:00
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I, Zombie Endless is a puzzle mode version of I, Zombie where any sun you have at the end of a level (eating all five brains) carries over to help you in the next level.

To get the achievement, you must clear ten levels in a row, without losing all your sun (and thus not being able to deploy any more zombies).

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