Kung Fu Z – Casually defend your city from a Zombie Apocalypse

If you were an alien trying to learn about Earth and the “things” that live on this tiny blue pebble of a planet, you would probably be lead to believe that zombie apocalypses and alien invasions take place pretty much every day.

Imagine if this alien then tried to make a game that would appeal to the millions of casual gamers living on this crazy dangerous planet. You’d probably just make a casual game about everyday life! Fighting zombies 😂

Kung Fu Z (by Tiny Titan Studios) is probably the most casual zombie fighter game we have ever featured. Set in a pixelated 2D city filled with zombies created by an evil scientist with some serious Doctor Eggman vibes, your mission in this game is to rid your city of zombies while collecting pizza you find on the street, as well as clothes & equipment you steal from zombies – this kung fu master is pretty much a hobo… maybe worse…

The game can be played by either manually or automatically, depending on how lazy you happen to be.

If you actually want to play the game, Kung Fu Z can be played by tapping on the left and right sides of the screen in order to attack zombies on your left and right. You also have 4 super attacks which can be used to take out a large number of enemies all at once.

Using the lunch money you take from the zombies you beat up, Kung Fu Z allows you to upgrade your player in order power up both your attacks and your defenses.

The other way of playing the game is to let your player fight it out on his own (even while the app is closed) and to only drop in every once in a while to upgrade things. How you choose to play is 100% up to you.

The Conclusion

Kung Fu Z is a good game. The graphics are good, the story is kind of predictable but ok none the less, and the ability to play both seriously or casually is excellent!

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