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Call of the Ninja!
Platforms: PC, Mac
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Sep 5, 2012 @ 2:53pm
Jan 26 @ 7:40pm

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Available on PC & MAC
Release date: Available now.
Greetings Prospective Ninja Master!

The enigmatic Ninjas of the Shadows Reach province have long served as the protectors of the people. By their law, every ten years a new Ninja Master must be selected from among their number.

At this time, from every corner of the land the Ninjas assemble at the sacred Dojo, gathering their skills and wisdom as they defeat the trials that beset their path.

From among them one will rise, the one that answers the Call of the Ninja!

Call of the Ninja is a Puzzle Platform game in the visual style of lemmings!
  • Drag, drop and move Ninja ability discs to guide your troop of Ninjas!
  • 30 Unique and challenging levels to test your skills!
  • Use a selection of fun Ninja abilities to survive!
  • Ninja powers combine to overcome the most challenging obstacles!
  • Physics puzzles mixed with platform action!
  • Cute Ninjas! Yay!
Price: £4.99 / $6.99

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Demo available for PC / Mac at:-
Popular Discussions View All (1)
Sep 22, 2012 @ 3:22am
Demo available
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Lil Dragon Chick Jan 11 @ 8:37am 
OOOOH, ok. Thank you for explaining that to me. Again, I don't mean to offend, I was just confused about that.
TeraBit  [author] Jan 10 @ 1:51pm 
Ok, I think you are refering to the 'DRM Free' download from SHARE-IT.

DRM free, means that it is 'Digital Rights Management' free. As in it doesn't install copy protection gubbins on your PC. I think you simply misread the announcement.

As to it being any good, that's fair enough. It's subjective thing, as those that have bought the game maybe feel a little differently to you, but subjective is subjective.
Lil Dragon Chick Jan 10 @ 12:02pm 
No offense, it just doesn't look good to me at all. I was just confused there for a bit.
Lil Dragon Chick Jan 10 @ 11:59am 
Well, then that recent announcement thing is worded incorrectly, because it doesn't say the demo is available for free, it says that the game itself is available for free. Speaking of which, I would prefer not having to spend that much on a game like this. It looks like something I could play on my samsung galaxy for free...
TeraBit  [author] Jan 10 @ 11:45am 
>>> I don't get it, why the hell put this on Greenlight
>>> if you can find this for free online? WHAT THE HELL???

Not sure what you mean. The Demo is available for free (Training Levels), but the full version is 4.99 on Steam.
Lil Dragon Chick Jan 10 @ 11:39am 
I don't get it, why the hell put this on Greenlight if you can find this for free online? WHAT THE HELL???
Merci, Hui Sosi ツ Jan 8, 2015 @ 1:48pm 
Captain Trips Nov 2, 2014 @ 7:37pm 
So -- Ninja's Lemmings style. Interesting.
5345345345 Sep 17, 2014 @ 12:16pm 
So great
Johnny Appleseed Aug 4, 2014 @ 3:45am