Kung Fu Z is a new side-scrolling beat-em-up with idle RPG elements for the iOS and Android platforms. Like in retro beat-em-ups of the past, you can attack hordes of zombies and fight against bosses, collect and upgrade your equipment, and earn coins, gems, and jade for currency. Read on for some tips and tricks for Kung Fu Z!
Being that this is an idle game, your character progress through the game automatically whenever you let go of the screen or go into one of the menus. If you go back to actively playing the game, though, you’ll hit much more quickly, and you’ll be able to use left and right taps to avoid attacks so that your health doesn’t drain too quickly.
You can upgrade your equipment with coins, but watch out for new equipment to pop up, especially after boss battles or after you open a chest. Check out the equipment and look for a magnifying glass icon inside the description of it, which means that the equipment has a secondary bonus. This can include attack percentage boosts for pants, defense percentage boosts for shirts, and dodge boosts for headgear.
Generally, your skills are put to their best uses in a battle against bosses, or in a frenzy where you’re getting flooded with zombies. Let all of your skills recharge on wave 9 of a level so that on the final wave, you can knock out the boss quickly. Be sure not to neglect your headband upgrades, so that you don’t end up with weak abilities, as headgear controls your ability power.
Once you make it far enough in the game, you can prestige, or “achieve mastery” in this game’s parlance. Doing that will earn you jade coins. To either achieve mastery or to spend your jade coins, go to the shop area of the game and scroll to the icon in the middle that looks like a muscle man with a plus sign next to it. That’s the training button, and pressing it unlocks the training menu.
The more levels that you pass, the higher your jade count will be for the mastery, so hold out for as long as you can before hitting the mastery button. New multipliers are earned at levels 15, 25, 35, and 45, and even aside from the multipliers, your base jade will be higher for every one level that you progress through before you go for the mastery.