Breakout Ninja: fun with the silent killer

Long (albeit abbreviated) weekend ended happily, ahead rise the everyday – and, as a consequence, many, many moments when nothing else to do – unless, of course, you don’t hit the lottery, and at work doing work. At this time the best we can do is to advise a normal killer, you come to your favorite chair with empty hands, and adequately prepared.

So. Ninja Breakout is a game with extremely simple mechanics and even more simple controls: one movable finger and some of the spinal cord. The point is this: you control a flexible guy, dressed in black uniforms, who knows how high and beautiful to ride. Skill useful, given the context: enemies everywhere, fences and towers with guards. To safely reach goals unknown to us, these places should be avoided – or to break it on the spot.

To do this, follow the circles – they are everywhere, and when our ninja came up with this circle immediately click on the screen. If you have time – the hero you will jump further if missed – again. All, in General, the point is to survive as long as possible these circles is then a bearded Sensei will call you with some kind of Japanese word you answer will prohibite “arigato”, and start all over again. There is, however, a caveat: if clicking just at the moment when the head of the hero is equal to the inner point of the circle, Breakout Ninja happily throw you the word “perfect”, and the ninja will do something extraordinary – for example, kick unwound the tower.

Do you have this game end, and how much points to gain to reach Eastern mystery, but without completion it is obvious that Ninja Breakout is a runner, which should only help you survive the lunch break. More demand is, the more that the game is not worth the money – and in almost takes.

And another thing: here is a very cute design, a sort of minced cartoon, where each level is drastically changing the lighting from noon to night and twilight.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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