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Release the Ninja Now Available on Google Play, a Swipe-happy Action Platformer

If you need a game to keep you busy over the weekend, we think a newly released game called Release the Ninja can do the trick for you. In this action platformer, “built specifically for touchscreen displays,” you use action swipes to navigate dark dungeons and slay evil ghost spirits.

The gameplay is rather fun, as you simply swipe around your screen to navigate the maps. The object is to collect ancient scrolls and weapons to help you defeat the dark spirits. With over 60 levels to master, the game is a serious time consumer.

And better yet, it’s completely free to play once downloaded from Google Play. You can’t beat free.

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  • Reda Jabbare
  • EvanTheGamer

    From the sounds and looks of it, Release The Ninja should be a great and fun platformer. And love the graphic style of the game, too. Awesome.

  • panicswhenubered

    Did the ninja in the trailer pull out a chainsaw?

    • Reginald Jefferson

      Yes. Yes he did. Can you say “instant win”?

      • panicswhenubered

        Yea, I just played to about level 22. It’s definitely a ninja with a chainsaw. haha

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  • nexusonthebrain

    So, did I miss the DL Nexus review…I keep looking and looking… can’t seem to locate anywhere 😉

    • JRUIV

      Kellen had a baby and it got put on hold

      • panicswhenubered

        Yea, I’d put the baby on hold too.

        • JRUIV

          I no speak good

      • nexusonthebrain

        Ah ha, thanks for the update and congrats to the new father!

    • EvanTheGamer

      The reason you can’t find it yet is because they haven’t reviewed it yet.