(3DS)

Cubic Ninja (3DS)

Game Profile

Cubic Ninja places you in the role of CC, a brave little ninja with a distinctly cubic shape!

The princess of your beloved kingdom – plus a few of your ninja friends – has been abducted. It’s up to you to save everyone! You must tilt and turn your way through over 100 eye-opening levels, defeating adversaries such as Woofbot, Scorchbot and more! From raging infernos to elemental forces of wind and water, your enemies will do whatever it takes to stop you.

But you won’t be stopped. If you have to tumble till you’re dizzy, or survive raging waters just to rescue the princess, then you will. Because you’re Cubic Ninja. And that’s how you roll.

KEY FEATURES:

  • ELECTRIFYING GAMEPLAY – Who needs buttons? Tilt and turn controls guide Cubic Ninja through more than 100 challenging levels. Or simply use the Circle Pad.
  • MASTER NINJUTSU SKILLS – Outwit cunning traps and rescue your fellow Ninjas by earning and unleashing mysterious Ninjutsu skills.
  • CHALLENGE YOUR FRIENDS – Race through a level as quickly as you can, share a ghosted replay of your best run, and dare your friends to beat it.
  • UNLEASH YOUR CREATIVITY – Create your own pulse-quickening levels and display them as a QR Code that can be shared with players all over the world.

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Jon Wahlgren

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User Comments (6)

CorbsAdmin

#1

Corbs said:

I have to say, this game looks very cool to me. I was hoping it would be a launch game, but at least it's something to look forward to. :)

LEGEND_MARIOID

#3

LEGEND_MARIOID said:

Read a review of the Japanese import in N-Gamer and it sounds like a solid offering. You can put your created levels in a QR code for other ppl to see and use! Also, its much better whilst using the tilt based control scheme than with the circle pad. So u may be using this more often than not without 3D. Although I think u can pause and switch control schemes if you want.

LEGEND_MARIOID

#4

LEGEND_MARIOID said:

75% n-gamer and 79% onm.Personally, I like the sound of it from the rvw content. The negatives are negligable for me.

Colors

#6

Colors said:

Nintendo Power gave this a 4/10. I hope it isn't as bad as they say.

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