Pun-filled runner Ninja Chowdown coming to iOS | Articles

Dummy Dojo’s Ninja Chowdown is a runner recreation a couple of whimsical doughnut-loving ninja, and it’s coming to iOS in December.

Sporting a contemporary but retro-inspired 2D aesthetic, Ninja Chowdown is about Donatsu, a cute chubby and agile ninja who loves doughnuts greater than something. He trains on the Dough-jo, a doughnut store by day and a ninja dojo at evening, and identical to each different restaurant on the planet of warrior meals clans, the Dough-jo is climbing to the highest of the meals chain. The journey begins when Donatsu is named to motion after the Know-nut, the Doughnut of Ultimate Knowledge, is stolen from the Dough-jo.

The recreation was developed with cell in thoughts, utilising the format of a conventional cell runner however with greater challenges and plenty of humour injected into it. The controls, obstacles and objectives are all easy and easy, and you’ll watch a trailer under to get the gist of how the sport performs out.

Featuring over 35 ranges, Ninja Chowdown has three totally different recreation modes to make sure you’re not becoming bored of its biking gameplay loop. The ranges are quick, ranging between 30 seconds and three minutes lengthy, however each is stuffed with a excessive metre of problem and their very own model of humour, sprinkled with countless puns.

The recreation is being revealed by Abylight Studios, which has beforehand revealed video games like Cut the Rope and Hyper Light Drifter. “When we saw the artwork of Ninja Chowdown we were very interested,” says Eva Gaspar from Abylight. “Once we tried the demo (at the time), we were hooked. This first game by Dummy Dojo is a promise of the great future things that this team will bring to the video game industry, Abylight didn’t want to lose the chance to be part of it.”

Ninja Chowdown is now obtainable for pre-order from the iOS App Store. It’s a free to play recreation with in-app purchases.

Read our list of the best auto runner games available on iPhone and iPad.

What do you think?

0 points
Upvote Downvote

New Gameplay Today – Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered

The Xbox Series X/S Review