Ninja Flier Pro hails from FunVidApps, and it promises ninja-paced fun in a tunnel racing title to take your breath away.
It’s not a concept that will take long to become familiar with. If you’ve played any other tunnel racers, you know what to expect: your character, in this case a slickly animated ninja, rushes headlong down an enclosed passage, dodging obstacles and collecting stuff. In Ninja Flier Pro, “stuff” is glowing green canisters, which you then cash in later for goodies. These goodies come mainly in the form of superpowers, which you’ll use against the bad guys cramping your ninja-flying style. The bad guys are aliens, so you’ll need all the supercharged ninja-fu you can muster.
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The game has been designed to be played in the portrait orientation mode with the player either relying on swipes or gyroscope controls. Gameplay revolves around a ricochet mechanic.
The aim of each level is to keep a moving ball inside a structure full of colorful walls while breaking all the walls in each level. This means that players want to hit the walls and break them, but keep the ball constantly moving; and not fall off the edge of the structures' walls into space. There are also two smaller power-up orbs available that stay stationary.
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