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Otoro tasks players with tilting the iOS device to move the hook around fish and underwater mines, getting as deep as possible. The minute the hook hits a fish, Otoro begins reeling in the line, requiring players to tilt the device with grace and skill to catch all fish in sight. Once the hook reaches the ocean surface, Otoro throws the fish in the air, leading to the ultimate test of sword skill: can players slice all the fish that were caught while avoiding the dynamite, ending their quest for Gold and sushi?
The rarer the fish and the more fish caught and sliced, the more Gold players earn to spend on upgrades to Otoro’s katana and hook as well as other fishing modifiers from the Shop. The most skilled ninjas will be able to post their high scores on the Game Center Leaderboards to assert their authority as a ninja master.
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