Description of Ninja
In 1986, Mastertronic, Inc. publishes Ninja on DOS. Also published on Amiga, Atari 8-bit, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum, this action game is abandonware and is set in a fighting, martial arts and ninja themes.
Karateka wannabe: platform game that's not as good, but still fun for a while. There's really not much else I can say about this :)
Review By HOTUD
Comments and reviews
Sherbert T Cat 2014-07-05 6 points DOS version
This is probably my favorite game of the CGA era. I've clocked more ours on this than Ninja Gaiden for the NES, lol.
Pink Floyd 2012-07-28 6 points DOS version
This game was a blast when I played it in the 80's and is every bit as fun to play today. The game is short and game play is simple and sometimes challenging but nothing stops it from being incredibly fun and wanting to beat it again which is why I preferred it over Karateka which this game is most often compared to. The levels regenerate every time you play so the replay value is very high. Throw dragon stars and daggers, use your sword, fight, defeat your opponents until you collect all the treasures. Classic PC gaming at its very best.
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