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Ninja Mafia War

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Jan 23, 2013 | 12:02 AM EST

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The ninja town become unsafe again because of a mafia organization. Help the Ninjas to fight against the Mafias by using various weapons and high-level skills. Show them the power of a real Ninja, defend the town at all cost!

Use your mouse to control. Use Hot Key 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 to select ninja then press anywhere on the ground to unleash the ninja. Press Space Bar to open skill menu and pause. Press M: Toggle Music. Press B: toggle blood. Press Q: toggle quality. Press S: toggle speed. Others, see in-game instructions.

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


-Static Environments
-Static Music
-Shifty Upgrades
-Meaningless Stats
-Grenade Launchers!?

It's fun for the first few levels. Then you get to level 16 with all your stats maxed out and the first wave kicks your ass because they spawn 15 grenade launchers at once.

There's no way to really know what your stat upgrades do, or they really just don't have an effect. I see no difference from a health upgrade, or a power upgrade. My armor upgrades don't even scale properly until I'm at the right stage, which makes any sort of preparation moot. For all I know, damage is affected in the same way. Or just all the upgrades are. There's no point wasting money on mass upgrades if their effects are going to be held back until the game feels it's the right time to apply them.

But at least there are ninjas.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

It was good and I had fun, it got me somewhat entertain enough to play till the end. There are a few thing that could have made me enjoy the game better as it gets a bit repetitive although in itself wasnt bad. I like the upgrading part of it. The game would get a bit challenging at times but you just have to find the strategy to it wether is buying better upgrades or sending certain ninjas and throwing skills over them.

I would suggest:
1) Improving Background (more than just the bamboo)
2) Another suggestion is making the ninjas another color depending on the type so not all of them look the same
3) Making the skill cloud different depending on the type of skill ( most of them they are just red and you cannot distinguish from one another.
4) Change up the music a bit, you could stay within the same tones but a diferent tune will stop making the game as repetitive.
5) Get the skills explained. Even though most of them were self explanatory there was one that I couldnt figure out what it was for.
6) the ranged ninjas seemed to be weaker than the the previous one, being the archer the worse I experienced.

I found a funny bug with the dupe skill is that if you dupe and dupe and win and there is still dupes around they will carry over to the next level.

I wasnt sure if you could combine skills as some of then looks like you could and other ones dont. (it would be nice if you can combine as much as the magic points allow you.

Keep it maybe we see a better storylined version 2 with better options, skills and much more.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

grenade launchers... yup gg gave it two tries but was hopeless loss and just gave up... lost my interest quickly and right up until the level with the nades all you had to do was mash the "3" button and when you hit 25 ninjas walk away grab a drink and some food and come back in a few
repetive, boring, simple, id like to see something a bit more developed
was very fun in the beggining though and had my attention for a while

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Dqfuq did I just play. So it's basically like those side scrolling strategy games, where you mash units (there's no towers here), but the ninjas don't even go in a straight line, so I just random spawn units whenever I can. What kind of game is that? The art doesn't really suit my taste and it's ridiculous how they have guns and I don't...and how they can shoot behind them. Also, my ninjas are stupid and spread out, while the mafia knows to all focus one target.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This game needs some fixing. Aside from not being particularly clear as to what strategies work and why, which means most gameplay is random spamming. Also, I'm not sure if it's just a display error or if its an actual mechanical mistake, but upgrades appear to be broken: there is diminishing returns on upgrades bought, but only between levels. That is to say, it costs more to buy the second level of power than the first, but only if you wait a level so that it will update the cost. If you save up your pennies, you can buy all you like at the initial rate.

Also, a clear violation of the inverse ninja rule!

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