The Ninja Warriors

Genre: Platform, Arcade, Hack and slash/Beat 'em up

Platforms: Amiga, Arcade, Sega CD, Atari ST/STE, Commodore C64/128, ZX Spectrum, TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine, Amstrad CPC

The Ninja Warriors presents side-scrolling hand-to-hand combat. Players take control of Kunoichi (player 1) or Ninja (player 2) and fight wave after wave of Banglar forces across five levels. Button 1 attacks with a short-range kunai slash, while button 2 fires long-range shurikens that are limited in supply. Ninja and Kunoichi each have different combos — one to be executed normally, and another that can be performed while c... Read More

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Storyline

The game is based in a dystopian future where Banglar, the President of the United States in 1993, issues martial law on the nation, with the military having total control over the law. A group of anarchist scientists led by Mulk decide that it is time to revolt against the government. Knowing full well that approaching the military themselves could be considered an all out suicide mission, the scientists create two androids that can sustain various forms of damage in order to do the mission for them. The robots, code named "Kunoichi" (red female) and "Ninja" (blue male), are sent by the scientists in order to end Banglar's tyranny once and for all.