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Kairosoft's Ninja Village stealthily appears out of nowhere for iPhone and iPad

By , on January 23, 2014
Last modified 7 months, 1 week ago

After almost a year on Android devices, Kairosoft's Ninja Village finally reached the App Store yesterday. As you might expect, it’s quite different from Kairosoft’s most successful game, Game Dev Story, in that it has more ninjas.

As the leader of a ninja clan, you must train and gear up your recruits to fight other armies, with the intention of unifying all of Japan. Most of your time will be spent managing your village and taking on battles. Oh, and taking part in the age-old Japanese tradition of recruiting ninja animals.

To improve your infantry, archers, gunners, and cavalry, you’ll need money. This means starting up businesses to get the cash flowing in, and expanding your land.

Whether you’re a fan of katanas, shuriken, or matchlock guns, Ninja Village's well-stocked weapons cabinet should keep you occupied.  There are also ninja animals. Did I mention ninja animals?

You can grab Ninja Village as a Universal app on iPhone and iPad right now for £2.99 / $4.99.


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