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Shadow Ninja: Apocalypse

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On your way there will be many obstacles and rogue ninja's. Dodge these obstacles and get to the source of evil so that it can be stopped!

Game controls:
-Keyboard and Mouse-
left mouse button: Jump
up arrow key: Jump
X: Throw Kunai
Z: Sword Attack


• Enemy ninjas
• Intense run
• Throw Kunai
• Ninja characters
• Deadly traps
• Challenge yourself
• Epic 85 levels
• Unlock all steam trading cards

Prepare for a near impossible challenge in the world of Ninja's

Shadow Ninja: Apocalypse is a side-scrolling platform game in which the player takes control of the player character, Shadow Ninja, and guides him through 85 levels. A game over screen appears when a enemy or a trap kills you, however, the player may restart the level and continue playing. In each level you’ll be provided with weaponry (10x Sword or 20x Kunai) to defend yourself and you’re tasked with staying alive as long as possible. The graphics provide a mystery atmosphere and it makes the entire experience just delightful. The controls are pretty simple and easy to understand so you will have a no problem learning the ins and outs of this game.

1. Maintain ninja balance control.
2. Focus along with your movement, jump and attack.
3. Stay alert to the entire scene. Do not become so engrossed in watching only your ninja that you do not notice other enemy ninjas and deadly objects.
4. Use only your weapons if needed. Some enemy ninjas are harder to kill with Kunai, use your sword for stronger enemies.Encyclopedia: Lists of weapons, tools and enemies in Game Ninja

Ninja (忍者) were a type of warrior who specialized in unconventional warfare such as infiltration, sabotage and assassination during the age of the samurai. Another way of calling them is "shinobi", meaning "those who act in stealth". Ninja employed deception and forgery tactics to take opponents out by surprise. Due to their unorthodox methods which contradicted the way of the warrior (bushido), the ninja were not credited with the same honor as the samurai.

The diverse range of skills practiced by the ninja is called ninjutsu - the art of stealth - and includes training in armed combat, weapon techniques, military strategy, meteorology, geometry and breathing synthesis. Ninjutsu was passed down through generations within families or directly from teacher to a selected one or few disciples. This secrecy in part explains why little factual information exists about the ninja, giving rise to lots of stereotyping of them both within Japan and in the West.Kunai (Used by you and enemy)

The Kunai was a small dagger-type tool that served primarily as a utility knife. It’s secondary use was as a weapon, with a sharp point and short handle it was a great throwing weapon. It was also a great close combat weapon as it could be used in very tight situations.

Some other uses for the kunai include a climbing device, a hammering tool, a make-shift spear tip just to name a few.Ninja Sword (Used by you)

The ninja sword (ninja-to) was different than that of the samurai. The long sword that the samurai carried was made of high-carbon steel, and took months to have made. They were hand made specially for each samurai, taking great care to make a very high quality sword. It was so sharp that it could easily cut a man in two, even through their armor. The length of the samurai swords averaged around 26 1/2 to 37 inches.

The ninja sword was considerably shorter, only 24 inches, and the quality of the swords was much poorer. The reason for the poorer quality was the way they used the sword as opposed to the way the samurai used theirs. Samurai would swing their sword, severing limbs and slashing at the opponent. Ninja, on the other hand, used the sword more in a stabbing motion. To use the blade of the ninja sword effectively you would have to use a sawing motion when the blade came in contact with the opponents flesh.

Another reason for the poor quality of the swords is that since ninja were mostly mountain people and outlaws, they could not afford to hire expert sword smiths like the samurai could. Also their own sword smiths did not have access to the right resources to be able to make curved edge swords with well constructed blades. If a Ninja could overcome a samurai he would take his swords, simply because they are better.

Although the ninja sword was smaller and poorer quality, it still had its advantages. The scabbard for instance was made longer than the sword, about 3 to 4 inches longer. At the end of the scabbard there was a hidden compartment that was used to hide small weapons such as spikes, daggers or small amounts of poisons. Another use the sword had was that it could act as a small step by jamming the blade into the ground, the ninja could use the hand-guard as a step to get that extra height needed to scale a wall. Because the blade was not very sharp, the ninja could also use it as a hammer by holding onto the blade (carefully) and hitting with the handle. Also it was common to have the tip of the scabbard come off so it could be used as a snorkel.Coming soon! Shuriken (Ninja Star) (Used by you)

The Shuriken is the trade mark ninja weapon made famous by the movies and stories about the ninja. The shuriken was simply a flat piece of metal with sharpened points that were thrown at the enemy.

The shuriken was not originally designed as a killing weapon. It was mostly used to distract or deter so the ninja could escape. While in the midst of a get-away, the Shuriken could be thrown at the samurai chasing the ninja, possibly making the samurai think twice about continuing the chase.

Although the shuriken was not intended to kill, it was easily made lethal by dipping the edges in poison. This was effective, but sometimes it backfired when the ninja would accidentally cut himself while digging around for it, thus poisoning himself.

Shuriken were also designed to hit the opponent then bounce away out of sight. This way a ninja could fool an unsuspecting guard or sentry into believing he had been cut by an invisible swordsmen.Kusarigama (Enemy weapon)

The Kusari-gama is a combination of a sickle (short scythe) and a long chain with a weight attached to the end of it.

The sickle end was used in a slashing or stabbing motion, as well as used to block and hook opponents weapons. By holding the chain portion of the weapon, the sickle could be swung around to get a greater reach with it.

The chain portion of the weapon was most often used for trapping an enemy or their weapon. Once tangled up with the chain, the ninja could finish him off with the sickle. This was a weapon the ninja invented out of farming tools they used and easily available.Tekken (Enemy weapon)

A metal guard worn over the knuckles in fighting to increase the effect of blows.Longsword (Enemy weapon)

A longsword (also spelled as long sword or long-sword) is a type of European sword characterized as having a cruciform hilt with a grip for two-handed use (around 16 to 28 cm (6 to 11 in)) and a straight double-edged blade of around 85 to 110 cm (33 to 43 in)Gray Wolf (Enemy)

a wolf of a large variety found mainly in northern North America, with grey brindled fur.Longbow (Enemy weapon)

The bow and arrow was a weapon used by the ninja as well as the samurai. Often times the bows used by the ninja would be taken from fallen samurai.

There were two types of bows used, the short bow and the long bow. They fired wooden arrows, often dipped in poison to make them even deadlier.

Kunoichi (female ninja) were often experts with the bow and arrow.Battle axe (Enemy weapon)

a large broad-bladed axe used in ancient warfare.Long Sabre (Enemy weapon)

a light fencing sword with a tapering, typically curved blade.Falchion (Enemy weapon)

a broad, slightly curved sword with the cutting edge on the convex side.Saw (Enemy tool)

a hand tool for cutting wood or other hard materials, typically with a long, thin serrated blade and operated using a backwards and forwards movement.Nuclear Power Plant

A nuclear power plant is a thermal power station in which the heat source is a nuclear reactor. As is typical in all conventional thermal power stations the heat is used to generate steam which drives a steam turbine connected to an electric generator which produces electricity.Toxic gas (Evil Mist)

Toxic gas having a similar density to air, it mixes easily when inhaled people in the city will acting crazy!
Release date
Boogygames Studios
Boogygames Studios, Boogygames
Age rating
Not rated

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System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OSX 10+
  • Processor: 1.5 Ghz
  • Graphics: 512mb Graphics Card
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Sound Card: On-board Sound

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP+
  • Processor: 2.0+ GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256MB DX9 (shader model 2.0)
  • Storage: 110 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 7/Win 8/Win 10
  • Processor: 3.0+ GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512MB DX10 (shader model 3.0)
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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Shadow Ninja: Apocalypse reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Here we are dealing with a runner that could have been a Tablet game, if not that it has the peculiarity unlike most modern runners not to be random (Note: this possibility is available via the DLC "endless" which adds the random generation to j EU). So we are necessarily dealing with something quite short, and that can sometimes afford to be relatively unfair, with hidden obstacles that bring a little die & retry (relatively uncome) to the whole. This is a runner so the gameplay is pretty basic, so the basic game has 50 fixed levels, we will note some additions to the level of obstacles here and there on the first half of the game, and a curve of difficulty which if it is globally increasing can undergo unequal levels too. It's a pity because graphically there was a semblance of Visual research, and even a draft of background, but too poor gameplay and not enough reactive controls lead to this title that would play better on mobile. The genre of runners is also particularly prolific, it is preferred to other titles that will include the random generation by default, which is still the minimum for a game of this type.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
"Shadow Ninja: Apocalypse" an automatically scrolling Runner. There's not a Lot of History in this Casual Game. Evil Fog has surrounded people and Created Chaos and Hostility ... Well. The weak Historical Assertion is told quite nicely, but very briefly by a small Comic. Through numerous Levels, it is now necessary to maneuver one's own automatically running character over Bridges, Abysses or circular saws, to avoid opponents and their Projectiles, or to destroy them by Sword-stroke or Throwing Shot. In The process, Enemies can withstand only one or more Attacks. Game Mechanically, it essentially boils down to a Three Buttons Game: Jumping, Sword, Throwing Weapon. Very simple but in principle quite entertaining and quite challenging. The graphic aesthetic, with its Shadowy style in front of cubled City Backdrops, is simple but still atmospherically apt. Here you can hardly complain what you have to do about the Sound Generve, which wants to call Itself music. All in all, actually an amusing little, simple gameching that would well have deserved a Recommendation. However, with a big Problem: Every now and then the Jump Button is apparently not detected. In addition, the Character tends to remain strangely hanging on sloping Surfaces. And partly Hitboxes are also inaccurately set. This makes a really nice Game a fruit machine Quickly, especially on the higher Levels and the Fun goes fluttering. And that's probably because of the inaccurate PC porting of the touchscreen play. Rating: 6/10 Atmosphere 3/10 Story 6/10 Graphic 2/10 Sound 4/10 Game Mechanics 5/10 Balancing 5/10 Game Pass Conclusion: Go ahead an ' jump! Jump! (Van Halen) 5/10 Overall
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