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  • Summary: Includes iPhone 5 & iPod Touch 5th Generation Full Screen Version.Nano Ninjas are unleashed onto the iPhone, iPod & iPad to deal a heavy blow on a dastardly Robot Samurai Army. Launch your assault and adapt your strategy in this fantastically compelling game. Free up some time, this is a dangerously addictive game for both casual and hardened hand-held gamers. Humorous throughout and hard to put down.View the HD Trailer at www.badchunk.comTHIS GAME WILL RUIN YOUR WEEK ...A MOUNTAIN OF PROGRESSIVE UNLOCKSEach step to victory unlocks new Good Guys & Bad Guys forcing your strategy to evolve with the Game.5 DEVIOUS AREAS TO NAVIGATEStacks of Re-playable Levels across 5 Exciting Areas & Landscapes.SPITEFULLY ADDICTIVE MINI GAMESTake a Break from the Battle in Classic Arcade Style Mini GamesSECRET MISSIONSSideline Missions Enhance your Career Score against your Friends in Game Center LeaderboardsReady to Launch Your Assault? Prepare for Battle and Lead your Nano Ninjas to Victory.Whats in the Box :Play Natively on iPhone, iPod & iPadiOS6, iPhone 5 & iPod Touch 5th Generation Full Screen CompatibleiCloud Sync for Progress and Unlocks across your devicesGame Center Leaderboards & Career ScoreMini Games to Play & Unlock Expand
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  1. Nov 9, 2012
    Plants vs. Zombies has been around for quite some time. No doubt many players have already exhausted its content. For them, Nano Ninjas delivers a good enough version of what they want.
  2. Jan 3, 2013
    The final nail in the coffin was that the in-app store offers instant level-ups and level skips to help you "speed up" the game. I frown on this kind of stuff, and between this and the low production values, it was hard to shake the feeling that this title is perilously close to being just a money-sink in disguise.