Clumsy Ninja

Clumsy Ninja

Google Play is not known for original apps but sometimes you may end up finding one. These days to do so is not difficult at all as one interesting app sits right in front of you on the first page of the Top Apps list – and this app is called Clumsy Ninja. It brings some features and game play that you have not seen so we decided to write something about it.

Well, we should start by saying that Clumsy Ninja is a large app – make sure you use your home-based Wi-Fi network to download it or this game may turn out to be rather expensive for you. The second thing that we did not like is that Clumsy Ninja takes its time to load and once it does it runs slowly so more powerful hardware is required.

In any case there are reasons for Clumsy Ninja being so large and slow – the game is in 3D only, it has beautiful graphics and then it provides you with freedom of action. All these features require powerful processors so no wonder the game runs slow on less capable Android devices. Let’s get to the game – you are in charge of a clumsy ninja that you have to train and you can virtually do anything to him. If you follow the game rules then you will have to train him so this is provided too. Make the ninja run, jump, kick, move, fall, you name it. All actions are accompanied by nice graphics and life-like moves by the ninja so everything is as realistic as possible. Cudos to the developers! Moreover apart from training you can also play with your ninja or even beat him if you feel like it.

Clumsy Ninja is a fun app but like we said you may not experience the best game play. In every other aspect the game is a lot of fun and we can easily recommend it. Just download it and then make your ninja do anything you want!

The free Clumsy Ninja app is here on Google Play.

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