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Chibi Ninja Ropes

rated 3.34 / 5 stars
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Apr 24, 2010 | 6:39 AM EDT

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My first game that had some actual kind of ambition in it.
Dress ups and Tetris were good practices, but now hopefully time for something actually decent.

Chibi Ninja Ropes is roughly based on the popular japanese concept of "Amidakuji" (ladder lottery) : 4 main ropes are tied from the roof from which ninjas start to slide, but all ropes except one actually lead to deathtraps!

To save the ninjas, you can actually tie new ropes that connect 2 adjacent ropes amongst the 4 original main ropes.

Ninjas will slide inoxerably and cross every rope they encounter, meaning you have to use both your wits and your reflexes to save them all!

Fortunately, to help you, you can use money earned by passing levels to purchase ninja jutsus (techniques) that will help you.

The game is fairly easy, since it is intended to be for all audiences and casual gamers first. It might not be much of a challenge for you hardcore gamers out there, unless you have the patience to sit and stay until reaching some higher levels.

Being my first "serious" game, I look forward to comments on how I can improve the concept or how I can improve my flash in general. Thanks for your time!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fairly good game

I found that once you level up the Suishin and Kashin jutsus to level 3 the game became way to easy and you are able to go through the game with only those two justus. Other than that I found the game to be quiet addicting and cute.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good concept

This game was decent with good graphic art but after a couple of games you really don't feel like playing anymore.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

do you wish to follow the in-game tutorial?

Yes,but where are the in-game tutorial?


Rated 3 / 5 stars


It keeps throwing errors at me every time I press a button. Chrome problem?


Rated 4 / 5 stars


its a bit hard thought