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Become a Super Ninja with Pockie Ninja II Original's New Benefit System

Stronger characters and bigger profits for everybody in the Naruto, Bleach and One Piece MMO.

Award-winning online games publisher and developer, NGames, has today revealed a new benefit system for players of Naruto, Bleach and One Piece MMO, Pockie Ninja II Original. The roll out introduces new daily gift packages, more exciting battle opportunities, and multiple time-saving functions to the browser-based adventure game.

Pockie Ninja II Original, an award-winning browser-based MMORPG featuring storylines and gameplay inspired by the popular Naruto, Bleach, and One Piece anime series', is making it easier than ever for players to master their Ninjutsu craft and unleash their hidden abilities.

A new Daily Benefit Pack has been permanently added to the games already existing daily hand-outs, which reward players for both logging in and staying online to play. The Daily Benefit Pack is bursting with free gifts and essential gameplay items, geared towards helping players progress at a faster pace through Pockie Ninja II Original's demanding dungeons and exciting anime-inspired quests.

The Shichibukai, Valhalla, and Las Noches dungeons all contain valuable treasures, but players can only challenge them a limited number of times a day. Now, as part of the new benefit system, Pockie Ninja II Original will be permanently offering players more daily opportunities to enjoy these high risk, high reward challenges and grab the many treasures locked inside.

Enhancing equipment and adding Inscriptions can command a lot of time and energy in Pockie Ninja II Original– time that could be spent exploring the many Naruto and Bleach inspired adventures instead! To help players experience more of the game, more of the time, publisher NGames has waved goodbye to these daily trifles by introducing a multitude of time-saving, automated functions that run in the background. Less time wasted = more time adventuring!

Players can still take advantage of Pockie Ninja II Original's many hidden daily benefits too. Besides the gift packs, ninjas can visit Tsundae's Pub for a free lucky draw, roll a free dice for a chance to add XP in Sannin's Test, and take part in some good old fashioned outdoor treasure exploration.

Tracy Wang, NGames PR Manager, says,"The new benefit system is our gift to the Pockie Ninja II Original player-base. Now everyone can benefit from loads of daily free gifts and experience more of the gameplay everybody enjoys the most– fighting and adventuring!"


Pockie Ninja II Original is a thrilling, completely free-to-play Naruto and Bleach MMORPG. Everybody is welcome to sign up and join the anime inspired fun now: http://bit.ly/109b7rX

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Gamers can enjoy a variety of free online games, including popular anime MMO's, Pockie Ninja II Original and Pockie Pirates, on Game321 now: http://www.game321.com

About Pockie Ninja II Original

Published by NGames, Pockie Ninja II Original brings a significant advancement over 2011's smash hit, Pockie Ninja. The Naruto and Bleach MMO sequel is available in two versions– a dedicated standalone version, and a patched version rolled out over Pockie Ninja.

Pockie Ninja II Original features a massive new free-roaming world; thousands of updated quests and storylines; stunning new locations and graphics powered by the advanced engine 2.0; updated combat and clan systems; Zanpakuto blades; angelic wings; and much, much more.



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