July 17, 2014
As it prepares to launch the highly anticipated Modern Combat 5: Blackout next week, Gameloft this week has elected to release a rather simple iOS game in the form of Ninja Up!. Ninja Up is a casual endless jumping game that challenges you to help a pixelated ninja reach great heights:
Jump as high as you can with the most daring pixel ninja! Will you jump gradually and carefully, or shoot for the moon with wildly high leaps of faith? Bounce all over, but be sure to dodge enemies and obstacles. Flying ninjas, or even UFOs, will try to stop your ascent from the busy city to deep space! Will you kiss the sky, or kiss the pavement?Unlike such popular endless jumping games as Doodle Jump, Mega Jump, Pocket God: Ooga Jump, and Sonic Jump, Ninja Up doesn't come with "preinstalled" jumping platforms. Instead, the game has you drawing lines on which the ninja can jump to get higher. It's not as easy as it sounds, though, since you have to mind the angle of the lines you draw so that the ninja doesn't end up going down all the way to the ground or otherwise hitting the aforementioned obstacles on his way up. Of course, your aim in Ninja Up is to get as high a score as possible, which you can share with your fiends by connecting the game to Facebook. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, Ninja Up! is available now on the App Store for free. See also: Gameloft celebrates Uno & Friends' Uno-versary with lots of cupcakes and prizes, Much-Requested Offline Mode Swings Into Gameloft's The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and Gameloft Updates GT Racing 2 With New Cars, New Leagues And More.
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