Angry Birds combined with a little ninja – what more could you want?
Shuriken Ninja Review
by on May 2, 2011
We know you secretly want to be a ninja. We know this because every night we sleep noiselessly into your house and peek into your dreams… and we’re standing behind you right now. When you look, we’ll be gone.
This application deals with a ninja basic: throwing ninja stars. It’s a simple premise, asking you to throw little metal objects at targets of increasing difficulty and offering points for the ease with which you do so.
It’s very simple to play, but ramps up in difficulty and puzzle-y-ness quickly, with a keen eye needed to see the best way to bounce the ninja star off the walls to hit all the marks.
We love the fact there’s always a way to do it with only one star, making each level endlessly replayable – plus high scores keep you coming back for more.
And Angry Birds-style marker to show you where your last star went would make it easier to adjust a missed shot, and we’d like different awards for different scores, but perhaps we’ve been spoilt by the power of other games.
A quality free game that makes up for in entrancing gameplay what it lacks in level variance.
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