Tips and Tricks
The height that your ninja jumps depends on the width of the line that you draw under him.
The wider lines are much easier to aim your ninja with, and should be used when you have a crowd of obstacles and enemies that you have to jump past.
The narrow lines are more difficult to aim, but your ninja will jump far higher off of the thinner lines. Use these to go a long distance in a short period of time.
Always wait to draw your lines until your ninja stops his ascent and is about to begin, or has already begun, his descent. This way, you’ll be able to aim your line specifically towards where your ninja is about to fall.
Messed up drawing a line early and you notice that your ninja is about to fall past a line!? Draw another line and your first one will disappear, and your second one will show up where you draw it.
To get the biggest boost in speed, send your ninja as close to straight up as possible, and use a short line. You’ll see the sound barrier cone appear over your ninja, and you’ll gain more than twice the height that you would normally get off of a ninja.