NinJump - Mobile Apps on StickmanGames247
NinJump deluxe edition, is another game on the Android Marketplace that is available completely free while supported by in game advertisements. For a free game, it is definitely quite addictive! The ads can however be removed for a fee of 99 cents available to be purchased in game. This game was produced by Backflip Studios, who've put out popular games such as Ragdoll buster and Paper Toss
The game has an average of 4+ stars out of 5 stars rating on iTunes from over 7,000 gamers, and a similar average of 4+ stars out of a possible 5 rating on the Android Marketplace from well over 150,000 voters!
Endless Climbing Game
Honestly there is really no overall goal to this very fast paced, endless climbing game, other than racking up high scores to post on the leader board, almost like a modern day pinball. You just collect points and add them all up so you can compare them with other gamers from all around the entire world.
The basis of the game is basically the higher that you make your little ninja character climb in the game, the more points he racks you rack up. You scale these massive seemingly never ending walls, and watch your score climb right along with you. As your character climbs, you will come across various items such as angry birds (no, not those ones!), crazy little squirrels and of course rival ninja stars flying at you that all need to be avoided or else they will drop you off the wall. If you manage to jump into these items however, you'll quickly chop them down with your mighty ninja sword! Chopping down three of the same obstacles in a row will give you a major power up to help you move further through the game!
Beware, as I said, this game is SUPER fast paced. Your basically sprinting up these walls, and that can definitely make for a challenging experience that can sometimes leave little room for error. Enemies leave you little time to think and move, so you have to stay on your little ninja toes at all times while playing the game.
The controls are simple, in that all you really need is fast reflexes to tap your mobile phone screen in the right spot to jump and use your sword to cut down enemies and objects.
The graphics are overall very simple and basic, leaving lots to be desired. Cut scenes and videos included in the game are quite nice and detailed, but actual in game play is much more two dimensional and definitely leaves something to be desired, but hey, it's free!
All in all, I think NinJump is definitely worth having a look at, mostly since its free. It's not going to blow you away with amazing graphics or game play, but it's still a fantastic way to kill some time, and NinJump can be replayed over and over again as you try to lead your little ninja character to the highest score you can get!
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Last Updated (Wednesday, May 01 2013 10:50)