An empty lawn.
|Game||Plants vs. Zombies 2 (Chinese version)|
|Number of levels||25|
|To unlock||Obtaining stars or 58 diamonds|
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Kongfu World (功夫世界; pinyin: gōngfū shìjiè) is the fourth world of the Chinese version of Plants vs. Zombies 2. The world is based on China, a country that establishes the martial arts known as "Kung-Fu." It is home to Chinese Zombies who have acquired skills in martial arts. The stage elements of this world are Power Tiles and Weapon Stands and the Power Tiles here are different from the ones in Far Future; they give additional Plant Food when planted on. There are four new plants that will be added to the player's arsenal and twenty-five new zombies to fight.
Kongfu World takes place in 1673, six years before the events in Pirate Seas which take place in the year 1679. The timeline of this world takes place during the reign of the last imperial dynasty of China, the Empire of the Great Qing, or Manchu Dynasty, that was preceded by the Empire of the Great Ming and succeeded by the Republic of China after the Qing (Ching) Dynasty's almost 300 year ruling.
This is the year 1673, a Shaolin Kongfu world. Kongfu plants versus Kongfu zombies, are you ready?
The boss debuts! The blustering Knife Wielding Swordsman and Gunpowder Devil are here, can you beat them and finally save Kongfu World?
|2||One||Special Delivery level|
|6||One||Powder Keg level|
|9||Choice excluding sun producing plants||One||Last Stand level|
|14||Three||Special Delivery level|
|15||Choice excluding sun producing plants||One||Last Stand level; gives a World Key|
|17||Choice||Two||Save Our Seeds level|
|19||Two||Bronze Matrix level|
|20||Choice excluding sun producing plants||Two||Last Stand level|
|21||Choice||Two||Powder Keg level|
|23||Three||Last Stand and Locked and Loaded level|
|25||Three||Special Delivery level|
|26||Choice||Three||Powder Keg level|
|28||Choice excluding sun producing plants||Three||Last Stand level|
|29||Two||Bronze Matrix level|
Some Brain Busters are on the main level while some are separated.
- Main article: Powder Keg
Powder Keg is Kongfu World's Brain Buster. The main objective is to prevent the fuses from being lit by the Torch Zombies through the use of ice-related plants. The game ends when the player successfully stopped a zombie horde or when all the powder kegs blow up.
Save Our Seeds
- Main article: Save Our Seeds
In this Brain Buster, the player is forced to survive the wave of zombies and protect the endangered Sunflowers. Otherwise, he or she will fail the level. In the previous updates of this Brain Buster, the player can dig the endangered plant but now in the latest updates, digging is omitted in order to prevent immediate defeat.
- Main article: Last Stand (PvZ2)
Last Stand makes a return in this game. The player is given high amounts of sun and time to plan their defenses. As always, the player can either trigger the onslaught immediately or when he or she is ready. There are eight levels all in all in this World. Four are during the gameplay and three are optional Brain Busters. One level consists of a combination of this and Locked and Loaded. The boss battles of this world are Last Stand levels with the exception of having sun-producing plants at player's disposal rather than being in a form of conveyor-belt level, which is traditional. On some levels, black holes will appear after a set of waves to remove the plants from the lawn. Also, unlike the other variants of Last Stand, zombies will give the player Plant Food because there are some levels that involve a three or two flag level.
- Main article: Bronze Matrix
Bronze Matrix is the second exclusive Brain Buster in this world. The objective here is to defeat all the zombies, including the Gargantuar Bronzes, which are formerly bronze statues. A time limit will be given to the player and if the time runs out, Gargantuar Bronzes will suddenly break free from petrification. Also, the level is challenging enough because there is the absence of all the lawn mowers for Last Resort purposes, making player be more dependent on the plants provided to him or her via conveyor-belt.
Boss Battle is the third exclusive Brain Buster in this world. Instead of surviving a zombie attack, the player must defeat a very tough zombie with many special abilities. The abilities include summoning various zombies, Imps, Tiger Imps, bombing plants, flying into plants, and trampling them. Given the right plants, the player can defeat the bosses easily.
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Kongfu World.
- It is the fourth largest world to date, with 77 stars. Far Future and Dark Ages both have 79 stars and Big Wave Beach has 87 stars.
- This is the first world that was released in parts, and the only world that was released in parts in the Chinese version.
- It is also the longest gap between parts of a world, being roughly 6 months.
- Previously, the two parts of the world has a bridge between them. The players need to collect all the stars or use diamonds to fix the bridge so that they can play part 2.
- The first boss battle of this world is released at the beginning of part 2 instead of at the end of part 1. The players can get the key before the boss battle.
- The key is now at the second boss battle.
- This world introduces the least number of plants, as only four are introduced.
- Only two of them can be unlocked by beating a level.
- This is the only world to have no new plants after part 2 was released.
- It is the first world to have no returning plants from the original Plants vs. Zombies, The second being Frostbite Caves, the third being Lost City, the fourth being Sky City, the fifth being Jurassic Marsh, and the sixth being Modern Day.
- The words above the gate of the player's house mean "The Best of The Whole World." (They should be read backwards.)
- The black holes of this world can't absorb zombies.
- The notice set beside the bridge before part 2 was released said that Dr. Zomboss was coming. A machine (probably a Zombot) also appeared in the 3D trailer of the world and stole Kongfu zombie's head. However, this is the only world without Dr. Zomboss and his Zombot as the boss.
- The machine that appeared in the 3D trailer might be showing Far Future is the next world.
- Any zombie (except Conehead Zombies and Buckethead Zombies with their cones or buckets on) who gets close to a Weapon Stand will transform into another zombie and recover to full health. (For example, a zombie that manages to take the bomb on the weapon stand will transform into a Blew Zombie).
- The explanation of this is that the zombies throw their weapons away and get the new one on the weapon stand.
- If a zombie that was carrying Plant Food reaches a Weapon Stand and transforms, the Plant Food will be dropped as if the zombie was killed. However, the zombie that transformed will still be carrying Plant Food. This is the only case where a single zombie can give out two Plant Food, but it is possibly a glitch or an oversight.
- This world has the most number of Imps and Gargantuars. Dark Ages is the runner up, as it has two Imps.
- This world has the largest number of zombies to fight - twenty-five to be exact (twenty-six if one wishes to count Imp Pirate Zombie).
- This is the only world that has a zombie from another world in a level not including Piñata Parties and Modern Day.
- So far this is the only world that has two boss battles. One on Day 16 and the other one on Day 30.
- It also have the second most, after Modern Day, which has three.
- Only this, Dark Ages, and Lost City have more than one Imp variant.
- When the player picks up the bag of coins, the music playing is the Player's House and Ancient Egypt victories although when finishing the Ancient Egypt (and any other world besides Kongfu World) levels, the song played is the Player's House victory theme.
- The mix-up music only happens in the Android version, while the iOS version has the correct victory themes, but the Kongfu World's victory theme stays.
- So far this is the only world to have more than one Gargantuar variant.
- The music that is played in this world is a remix of the "Choose Your Seeds" theme for the original Plants vs. Zombies.
- This world has the most number of stage elements. A Power Tile, a Weapon Stand, a Mine Cart, and a Wormhole.
- The minecarts in this world are different from those of Wild West as the whole carts in a row will move with one swipe of a finger.
- In previous updates, this world had an energy mechanism for playing any level (denoted by the Leaf Slot on the right side in the World Map).
- Each slot took ten minutes to recharge with five slots being the maximum. However, additional slots could be purchased by using diamonds.
- Coincidentally, the Leaf Slot icon resembled the Plant Food icon from the International version of Plants vs. Zombies 2.
- This is the first world to have only one music theme. The second is Sky City.
- The music does not change when the player has finished choosing plants and started the game, similar to Far Future and above's Ultimate Battle and Demonstration Minigame music.
- In version 1.8.0 onwards, the unused boss appears in the overview screen.