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Hot Ninja Moon Moon

rated 3.92 / 5 stars
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May 29, 2010 | 1:00 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Jump through 20+ stages suitable for a ninja, with traps, spinning blades, and a whole lot of spikes!

This game is actually a reboot of the freeware version of Hot Ninja Moon Moon, made back in 2008. Now, the game has double the levels, a more retro style, and a special appearance from Meat Boy!

UPDATE! -More precise air movement!
- M to Mute music



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow this is great. Everything you could want from a retro style game. I love the ChipTune music, the art has style, and the controls are amazing. They are so amazing in fact that it leaves room for a 'Nintendo hard' puzzle solving element. Way cool. I love it.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

great game

Spectacular job you did here, such a simple style yet you made it very entertaining. Never played whatever its supposed to be based on so I can't comment on that, although I can say I have spent a ton of time with the game and grabbed the flawless victory medal! My only gripe is the super sensative spinning stars... the hitboxes seem a little misleading


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This game is fun

But Gah...Its so frustrating at times


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Game with some GREAT ideas!

I want to start my review with one thing, people who say that this game is too hard to enjoy, stop complaining, anyone who has an NES that grew up in the 80s beat harder games at age 6. Anyways, now that I covered that, I'll move onto the game.

At first, this game looks great, the title screen looks promising, the sound is cool, the graphics look retro, though at first I thought this looked like a satndard flixel game. The good news, it lives up to its appearance and expectation level, the bad news, even this game has flaws.

Let's start off with the Ninja, he can double jump, and he can slide. I'm surprised that jumping with a button other than up works well in this game, A jumps, press it again to double jump, and press S to slide. I do have a problem with sliding though, the character jumps for a breiw moment before sliding, so the slide I would say is slightly delayed, which is a problem. His levels are pretty hard, and I have no clue how anyone is supposed to get all 8 coins, some of them seem like only Meat Boy could get them, and that reminds me...

After you get four coins as the Ninja, you get the ability to play as Meat Boy, who unfortunately controls the same as the Ninja so he feels half-tacked on. I say half because he doesn't go through the same levels as the ninja, nope, instead, he gets entirely new levels, all made for him, now THAT is cool! His levels are A LOT harder than the Ninja's levels, so be prepared to take a beating, I never go past Meat Boy's first level, and I still think he should have played a bit like he did in the actual Meat Boy, minus the slippery movement thing. But, this is still one of the best ideas in a platforming game on Newgrounds for a long time.

I have one last problem with the game to adress though, if you are skilled, the game is WAY too short, I beat it as the Ninja in less than half an hour, and I normally suck at hard games, that's why I always cheat on NES emulators, so the game could have been a bit longer.

Well, all in all, this game is great and anyone who took all their time to read this review should now quickly finish reading my meaningless opinion, and go experience the greatness for themselves.


I hope to see more of your work, and maybe even a sequel someday, whatever it is, good luck on it! ;)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

currently, my favourite NG 8-bit style game

i hope to see more of your work in NG