The game is made up of a series of levels that you need to complete in 10 seconds or less, and not a millisecond more.
You play as a little ninja who uses his katana and three shuriken to kill a given number of robots on every level.
It sounds simple when you put it like that, but you’ll need good reflexes, perseverance, a lot of patience, and plenty of post-match analysis if you’re going to beat these lightning-fast levels.
The advantage is that the game is easy to pick up, the little ninja is very responsive, and the super-short levels mean that you haven’t spent three hours of your life trying to beat them if you don’t get it straight away.
It’s a die and retry game that is not always easy, and the aim is to earn three stars for every level, which means completing them in well below the 10 second mark. If you’re a completionist, bonus levels await once you’ve completed the game.
All in all, it’s a casual game that can get addictive if you decide to treat it as a speedrun, or chase those three stars on every level.