Summary: When I first saw screen shots of Ninjatown, it didn't look very good. The visuals looked cute and charming, but it didn't look like there was much to gameplay. As it turns out, there isn't. This is a simple tower defense game that's accessable to anyone, regardless of their experience with games, and provided that you like the genre even a little bit, you should have a heck of a time playing Ninjatown.
Summary: I picked up this game knowing nothing about it at Best Buy because it was on sale for $10, and looked cute. Let me tell you - highly amusing, and one of the better $10 I've spent. It's a basic "defend the city" game, but what makes it different are the ridiculously silly dialog interludes between levels, and the absolutely adorable little ninjas you get to control.
Summary: Ninja Town is adorable. There's no other word for it. You build defenses and stop the oncoming demons. The learning curve is fairly gentle and with special attacks like "Get off my lawn!" you can't help but be amused. That said, it is a strategy game, no special super combo moves and a slight bit of waiting for enemies to come to you. Easy to pick up and put down, all around great fun.
Summary: Who doesn't love ninjas - Especially when they are decked out in footy pajamas? Ninjatown is a tower defense strategy game based on Shawnimals plush toys (if you don't know what they are, don't worry I didn't either before the game). Essentially the game involves you trying to defend Ninjatown from the invading Mr. Demon and his forces. You are asked to put up houses where various types of ninjas live each with their own unique abilities.
Mix tower defence with cute cuddly ninjas, and you have Ninja Town.
James Steel "Jammy 2049", amazon.co.uk
21 May 2010
Summary: Based on the incomprehensibley awesome Shawnimals creatures and universe, this game takes you through 36 levels of ranging environments on your quest to stop the evil minions from taking over the island! ' By now you will most have all heard of the "tower defence" genre of games where you are tasked with building 'towers' to 'defend' against enemies getting to their goal.
Summary: If you've ever played tower defense games online, you'll understand the concept of Ninjatown straight away. Essesntially, you have to defend an area from waves of sieging monsters by setting up Ninja huts from which little fighting Ninjas emerge to assault your attackers. It sounds simple, and slightly odd, and it is definitely both of those things. But don't be fooled; this is an excellent game - funny, charming, strategic and satisfying to play.