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The aim is to hit the gong on each level with your throwing stars. It won’t always be easy though and you’ll sometimes need to think outside the box if you want to beat each puzzle.

Aside from physical obstacles in your way you will also have to deal with mystical Sensei and they’re telekinetic powers. Some will attract the throwing star and some will repel it, use them wisely to find the perfect throwing path.

While Ninja Throw is easy to pick up and play for all players, the puzzles will be testing even the most expert puzzle gamers by the end. Use all the elements wisely to not just complete each stage, but to get the highest score possible.

Complete each stage using as few ninja stars as possible and in the quickest possible time to get the best score, compare your scores online and take your place as the top ninja in the land!
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