- Publisher: GungHo Online Entertainment America, Inc.
- Release Date: Jun 24, 2020
An online action battle game featuring ninja and gum! Assume the role of a modern-day ninja and take part in the Ninjala tournament!
■ Ninja-Gum Use Ninja-Gum to blow bubbles that can be tossed at your foes, craft all sorts of weapons, and dash across stages. The appearance andAn online action battle game featuring ninja and gum! Assume the role of a modern-day ninja and take part in the Ninjala tournament!
Use Ninja-Gum to blow bubbles that can be tossed at your foes, craft all sorts of weapons, and dash across stages.
The appearance and variety of your weapon will vary depending on the type of Ninja-Gum you use.
■ Competitive Player
Take part in Battle Royale-style matches of up to 8 players and vie for supremacy with ninja around the world. The player who earns the most points over the course of the match will be declared the winner. Score points by defeating your opponents, obtaining items, destroying drones positioned across the stage, and more. Earn extra points by taking down your opponents with an IPPON—impressive finishing techniques.
■ Cooperative Play
Join up with friends and take part in a 4-on-4 team battle. Cooperate with your teammates and earn more points than the opposing team to be declared the winner.
A colorful variety of costumes and accessories from an array of unique fashion brands are available. Choose from a wide variety of avatar items which can be combined as you see fit. You can stick to one brand for a consistent look, or mix and match to create a style all your own!
- Developer: GungHo Online Entertainment America, Inc., Soleil, Soleil Ltd.
- Genre(s): Action, General
- # of players: Up to 8
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Ninjala - Official Nintendo Switch Launch Trailer
Positive: 11 out of 21
Mixed: 9 out of 21
Negative: 1 out of 21
Jun 29, 2020Ninjala is a well-crafted game and another fine example of free-to-play done right. You can make steady progress in the online game without spending real-world money and the only part of the game behind a paywall is the single player campaign — which is currently in its first phase. GungHo has done a great job early on at making a fun experience for players of all skill levels and still providing enough depth to sink your teeth into things when you want to. Ninjala isn’t just a great free-to-play game, it’s a great game period and one well-worth checking out on Switch.
Jul 2, 2020It’s a little early to say if Ninjala will stand up with the likes of Fortnite or Splatoon, but it’s a creative, fun, and charming game that we should be keeping an eye on.
Jul 7, 2020Ninjala is a surprisingly entertaining free-to-play game that doesn’t require players to pull out their wallets to have a little fun. The microtransactions are all cosmetic, free content is on its way to add even more depth, and the visual style just oozes with charm.
Jun 29, 2020Ninjala has a ton of potential to become the next big multiplayer experience. While its single-player experience leaves a little to be desired, playing online with others is a ton of fun. There’s a nice balance found in the game’s premium items, but much of what it does right can be found in the free offerings. Hopefully, continued support by the developer will iron out any rough patches to make this a longlasting online experience for Switch owners.
Jun 30, 2020Ninjala is a good-looking and impressively tactical free-to-play arena fighter. It's currently lacking in modes and maps, there are problems with how the lacklustre opening tutorial goes about onboarding new players and the rock-paper-scissors aspect of proceedings is sure to be controversial but, overall, the game is off to a pretty strong start. We can't wait to see where GungHo takes its cast of pint-sized bubblegum protagonists in the coming months.
Jul 3, 2020While very far from perfect, Ninjala has a good foundation to build on, and create a truly great online experience.
Jul 3, 2020Respectable free-to-play online brawler aiming for a younger audience – unfortunately the story mode is a costly premium commodity, while the basic map content is shallow.
Positive: 41 out of 96
Mixed: 24 out of 96
Negative: 31 out of 96
Jun 25, 2020Es entretenido, me gustaría verlo en todas las consolas con crossplay, le tengo fe al juego
Jun 27, 2020This game really suits the Nintendo Switch system. The graphics and game performance is great and I love that they maintain the performance atThis game really suits the Nintendo Switch system. The graphics and game performance is great and I love that they maintain the performance at 60 fps. At first everything is confusing, random things happen but once you'll get used to it, it's actually fun and engaging. I suggest to just prevent your character from dying and run once your HP runs out. The game has team battle and battle royale which makes for variety and the game is best played with voice chat together with friends. The aesthetics and skins are also great but of course you need to pay for those but that is for cosmetics purposes only. Overall the game is great for me and I glad we had this kind of game for free (not the story but story price is cheap)… Expand
May 17, 2021-1 pt for hammer which is still unbalanced
Only noobs post negative reviews here :p
This game is brilliant once you learn to play
Jun 26, 2020It's a fun game, but have it's issues. For example, the lack of modes and a slow pacing tier system progress.
May 30, 2022this game looks good
it plays meh
the general gameplay is just not very good, interesting concepts, pretty bad execution (specifically withthis game looks good
it plays meh
the general gameplay is just not very good, interesting concepts, pretty bad execution (specifically with the gum mechanics)… Expand
Jun 25, 2020First off, this game is NOTHING like Splatoon (except for the logo, and the weapons having kits I guess?). As someone with 1600+ hours onFirst off, this game is NOTHING like Splatoon (except for the logo, and the weapons having kits I guess?). As someone with 1600+ hours on Splatoon, I didn't really enjoy this game. First off, the combat feels clunky and button-mashy, but that's what I anticipated from the trailers. I've seen a lot of people say that it seems like people win based on luck more than skill because it's not clear what's going on (like what attack your opponent is doing) and it feels unbalanced. I don't see this game having a great competitive scene in the future just because the combat feels so imprecise when compared to something like Splatoon, and it doesn't seem like there's a high skill ceiling. Second, what is even the point of weapon skins if they go away after a game? Also why can't I join a friend's Battle Royale lobby online? There are just little things that irk me about this game, and I'm not a huge fan of the characters or busy UI so I'll probably pass on this. Definitely the kind of game that was fun to try with a friend as something to do for a few hours, but I don't really see myself coming back to this.… Expand
Dec 2, 2020The was already full of problems to begin with, now I can't even block with certain weapons anymore! GARBAGE!!! WHY ADD SOMETHING JUST TO TAKEThe was already full of problems to begin with, now I can't even block with certain weapons anymore! GARBAGE!!! WHY ADD SOMETHING JUST TO TAKE AWAY IT'S ABILITY TO BLOCK!?!?!?!?!? THERE'S NO POINT IN THAT!!!!!! THIS GAME IS CONSTANTLY SINKING TO THE LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATORS I HAVE EVER SEEN!!!!!!!!!… Expand
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