The year: 1984. The place: Brooklyn, New York Dojo Number 7. The time: of no real consequence.
"Ninja Attack!" is the result of a bizarre thesis statement: If Hunter S. Thompson was head of the art department at the Sega Corporation Ltd. in the early 80s, what would the bonus round in Shinobi look like?
"Ninja Attack!" features:
• 30 psychedelic unlock-able skins
• Augmented Reality (AR) version (play in your own backyard!)
• Hundreds of in-game quests
• Power up weapons including bullets and cash money (make its rain!)
• Haptic feedback
• Optimized for iPhone X
• Awesome animated iMessage Stickers
• Social Sharing
• Fast, smooth, easy gameplay
• 3 levels of difficulty: normal, hard, and insane!
• Supports 9 languages
Ratings and Reviews
Don’t get me wrong. This game is great, but could be improved in a single way.
The concept is great. The way it works is outstanding. However, the graphics could improve.
The textures are amazing, but the shadows could look a bit cooler. At the moment, they are basically amebas with an eye or two. They could be like, other ninjas, or beasts from other realms.
The shop could still sell textures, but there could be a bit more. The shop should sell other weapons, like kuni, or fidget spinners that act like shurikens, or maybe stacks of money.
The shop also could sell upgrades for yourself. Like faster throwing speed, or longer duration for power up weapons.
Also, the shadows that give you the other weapons could maybe also contain some type of helpful power up. Like maybe slowing down the shadows, or destroying all of the shadows. Something like that.
There could be a few other game modes, and more variety of music.
I don’t mean to ask to much. Hopefully, at least some of my requests could be done. Thank you. And as I said at the beginning, the game is on the top of my list of favorite games, and that is a hard list to make.
Great idea, poorly executed
The art ‘style’ just makes the game muddy and difficult to understand visually.
The sound design are sub par and lazy.
I’m not sure why I’m dying or what I’m actually doing most of the time.
The menus are busy and unintuitive.
The gameplay itself is just awful. The Arrows you press to turn 90 degrees are in the same place as the spots you have to move your ninja star. I am constantly being pushed to the next screen while trying to throw at enemies. Some enemies spawn half off one screen, but can’t be seen on the next, so you are just throwing stars at them hoping one lands and that you don’t accidentally hit the arrow.
Astonishing simplicity yet a complex gameplay. The two-color design is remarkably well executed, and the customization aspect is what keeps the game interestingly beautiful. The fast-paced gameplay is addictive and the desire to get more colors is unmatched. Definitely one of the best free mobile games on the market.
- Frosty Pop Games Inc.
- 98.7 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2018 The Frosty Pop Corps Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Slash Ads! $1.99
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