Ninja Arashi is a 2d mobile platformer game with some stealth and RPG elements. In it, you control a ninja hero pursuing a rival who has kidnapped his son. The game's eerie aesthetic is inspired by traditional Japanese art and elevates this title above the typical mobile platform game. In addition to just running and jumping, you can also use stealth and your ninja weapons to get past guards and traps.
Leap into the unknown
Ninja Arashi is an interesting hybrid of platformer and RPG. As you complete levels, you'll gain the ability to increase your character's various abilities. You can replay levels to do better, earning yourself extra benefits. Various collectibles are also scattered throughout each level for completist players. When you die, you'll respawn, and this is where the game's energy mechanic comes in: your respawns are limited, so die too often and you'll find yourself waiting in frustration. The good news is that the game doesn't try to solve this problem with irritating microtransactions. There are ads, which can be irritating, but it's a small price to pay for this game's simple and engaging gameplay and stylish, evocative art.
Platform-jumping, star-slinging fun
Ninja Arashi is a simple game at heart, without too much that's innovative, but its challenging levels, RPG-like mechanics and atmospheric graphics make it a strong choice for platformer fans.