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Ninjaken’s action is fast-paced and its arcade-style game play increases in complexity as players level up. The game is packed with sword-chopping action, well-timed jumps, and razor-sharp throwing stars, in order to indulge the player in many different ninja disciplines.

The arcade controller in Ninjaken is a signature feature of the game and includes color-coded onscreen signals that warn players of the correct moves they need to make before disaster strikes. Complete with stunning graphics and mesmerizing music, Ninjaken is the best new app for Android ninja game lovers worldwide.
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