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Jump and slash as a gravity-defying ninja in this acrobatic action game.

Control a jumping ninja as he fights his way through a booby-trapped mansion. When your ninja touches a platform, it will automatically disappear and he will jump, making for pretty unstable footing. But where some see obstacles, a ninja sees opportunity. You will be forced to think on your feet, push your reflexes and bend the very rules of physics to conquer your treacherous surroundings. Master the art of the dash, shuriken and sword. Be a ninja.

Game Review

Review

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Posted by Ron DelVillano

A good time that will leave you wanting more

After quite a few Japanese DSiWare downloads and a retail cartridge, the inexpensive G.G Series finally leaves Japan with the release of G.G Series: Ninja Karakuri Den. The complete lack of a storyline may make this adventure seem odd, but it is a fun...

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User Comments (8)

FonistofCruxis

#1

FonistofCruxis said:

I hope other G.G. games come outsied of Japan because this is one of the few I'm not interested in.

Akirih

#5

Akirih said:

Well, for 200points I may give it a try when it comes out in Europe

DrCruse

#6

DrCruse said:

I was hoping for a Shinobi along the lines of Sega's Shinobi, but oh well.

zambonizach

#7

zambonizach said:

Mario Vs Donkey and Ninja Karakuri den is just awesome. I have the highest score here, certainley. My score is 84320! HAhahahahahah!

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