Set in medieval Japan, Nindash – an arcade game that is as lively as it is free – is coming for your smartphones and tablets! Ankama's ninjas will be waiting for you on Tuesday, January 9 on iOS and a little later on Android.p>Roubaix, France – january 9th 2017 – Hordes of skeletons with the worst intentions are descending on the small village of Anjin. No one can stop them, except for a few bold ninjas. Take control: You are the last defense against the apocalypse!
One at a time, in a row, head on, from the side, or from behind – your ninja descends on the enemy like a whirlwind and obeys you at the twitch of a finger. Click, dash, combo! But you'll need to figure out your cleverest enemies' weaknesses: Some are armed (shields, lances, and bombs) while others are sneaky and use ghost clones or advance underground! Eleven types of skeletons each have their own gameplay!
Have you survived so far? You still need to defeat the bosses and their mini games! Some won't last long: It'll be them or you!
In short, Nindash is:
- 90 levels,
- 6 bosses,
- 30 ninjas to unlock,
- 11 types of skeletons, and
- loads of combos!
For more info:
Read the interview with the Nindash team in Gamakna #4, Ankama's bimonthly e-magazine available for download on mobile and online at this link.
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About the Ankama group
Ankama is an independent company that creates, publishes and distributes works of entertainment worldwide. From video games to board games, from animations to mangas, it controls the production chain of its creations from A to Z. Known for its MMORPGs and the animated series DOFUS and WAKFU, part of a vast universe called the Krosmoz, it achieved its first full-length feature film in 2016, DOFUS – Book I: Julith. Ankama has many strings to its bow, including: the board game Krosmaster Arena, its figurines and its online version; the video games Tactile Wars, King Tongue, and DOFUS Pogo, on smartphone and tablet; but also mangas and comics such as Mutafukaz, Maliki, City Hall, Radiant, and Freaks' Squeele. Indeed, since 2004, the Ankama teams have been applying the principles of transmedia and creating universes developed through several stories and in several formats, thereby offering their communities of players, readers and spectators a full and immersive narrative experience across all popular platforms. At Ankama, every story is unique, but they are all interconnected.
To get an idea of what's going on at Ankama, you should take a look at: DOFUS Touch, the tablet and smartphone version of DOFUS, released in late 2016; Krosmaga, a collectible card game mixing combat and strategy; and the animated series WAKFU, whose third season on France Télévisions and NETFLIX delighted fans in late 2017.
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