3 Foot Ninja

Share Collapse

Author Comments

On your quest to find your destiny you'll face many obstacles and many enemies. Use the power of your sword wisely and swiftly, for your enemies are numerous and deadly.

Log in / sign up to vote & review!

Newgrounds accounts are free and registered users see fewer ads!


It's a good game but it's too short,but thank GOD there's the second game too.

The game was alright.

The gameplay was a generic hack a slash, it was very short, but the graphics and animations were well done. I enjoyed the variation in enemies and the attacks that they used to change up the way you had to combat them. Overall it was a pretty good game though.

Great Game

this game was really good but, it was way to short.

Eh, not terrible

It's too bad this is one of your most popular games here, when I really don't find it that good. What does count is how good the animation is. You really get a good sense of being in a world of ninjas. Bright and vibrant colors are something that I always look for in terms of anything flash related. What I didn't like was that it took too long to defeat the enemies. It just seems like it was just the same routine killing ninjas over and over.

Now, I do have to give you guys credit for putting a good amount of variety in the enemies. No two seemed to be exactly alike! Unfortunately, the gameplay leaves much to be desired. Hopefully, you guys can work on that, although it's certianly been a long time since this was submitted. The sounds were good and authentic.


Good Game, but could improve on the controls and story line, it seems that the concept is somehow rather overused, furthermore, the difficulty setting seems to be rather high, high meaning that even if you play it on easy mode it still seems to be rather hard. but nonetheless it was a great game and the effort in making it could be clearly seen, it was also quite rewarding to finish the game due to its complexity.

Credits & Info

3.47 / 5.00

May 28, 2003
9:38 AM EDT
Action - Platformer - Other
  • Daily Feature May 29, 2003