One of biggest gaming phenomenon which grabbed the attention of mobile and internet users alike back in 2014 was the mobile game Flabby Bird. The game was very difficult and frustrating, but nonetheless quite addictive its relatively simple design. Now, the developer behind it, Dong Nguyed has a new game which promises offer a wider variety of difficult and addictive challenges.
The new mobile game is titled Ninja Spinki Challenges and combines six different types of game type into one single product. The game has a few twists and feature that may allow it to become the most accessible and polished games released by Nguyen yet.
Nguyen’s Ninja Spinki Challenges mobile game is available starting today on both Android and iOS. It is free to play and does not include any microtransactions. However, it monetizes through ads which can lead to quite a steady profit it the game will see the same amount of popularity as Flappy bird
The game features a ninja currently undergoing training as the main character. You assume control of this character and must be able to complete several tasks in order to earn his credentials as a full-fledged ninja. The mini-games include various tasks like avoiding bouncing cats or cannon fire while you try to hit targets with your shuriken.
To make matters more difficult and increase the sense of urgency, all the challenges are time-based. Each game mode will first require you to complete a tutorial-style introduction challenge, after which you will gradually unlock up to five harder versions of that respective challenge. For those eager to demonstrate their skills, the game even has an endless mode allowing you to score as many points as you can and which just keep going until you fail the challenge.
Thanks to various degrees of difficulty, the game is more accessible than ever to players of all skill levels. Both a more casual gamer, as well as a more masochistic one, can find something they like about it as the highest difficulty levels maintain the same basic design of the original Flabby Bird game.
What do you think about this new mobile game developed by Nguyen? Are you going to give it a try?
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