The Way of the Ninja
September 5, 2005 12:05 AM   Subscribe

N [note: flash, sound, some blood, and ninja killing robots]
posted by crunchland (8 comments total)
Double bubble, but I can't find it, is that a faux-pas?
posted by Jack Karaoke at 12:14 AM on September 5, 2005

i'm way, way, too tired to look it up right now, but this is about the third time that this has showed up as an FPP on MeFi. i know this because this is a good game, and i first ran into it here, and i laughed when someone (recently) posted it again. someone please take care of this. good night.
posted by spiderwire at 12:16 AM on September 5, 2005

After a quick search for "ninja":

A recent double of the original N.

I'm waiting for the sequel to this, M, which will hopefully involve a bouncing, jumpy mongoose.
posted by Lionfire at 12:36 AM on September 5, 2005

best double in a long time. i hadn't seen it before and just wasted 20 minutes.

thank you.
posted by mosch at 2:03 AM on September 5, 2005

Also, why is the link to some random browser version on someone who is not the authors' website (the game isn't even designed to be played in a browser)? The original is here, for reference.
posted by advil at 2:08 AM on September 5, 2005

To maybe add some value to this post, visit the N User Map Archive, NUMA, which has loads of great user-contributed N maps.

Along with the normal, playable levels, there's a whole category for 'DDA's (Don't Do Anything), maps where the designer has cleverly arranged all the level elements so that the level automagically plays itself. And someone's even made a map that acts as a 4-bit binary adder.
posted by chrismear at 5:49 AM on September 5, 2005

Great game. It's not very often someone comes up with a good original arcade-style game design anymore.
posted by sonofsamiam at 6:44 AM on September 5, 2005

Well, I should have searched for 'ninja.' instead, I searched for the name of the swf, assuming that the rest of the url wasn't going to be much help. oh well.
posted by crunchland at 7:26 AM on September 5, 2005

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