Final Ninja Zero

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Final Ninja Zero Instructions

Final Ninja Zero is controlled by using the keyboard and the mouse. Use the arrow keys to move. The down arrow key activates your stealth ability. Use the mouse to aim and to shoot. Click the left mouse button to throw a ninja star, or hold the left mouse button to throw a rope. The P key pauses the game.

Final Ninja Zero Walkthrough

Final Ninja Zero is a prequel to the ninja game, Final Ninja. Final Ninja Zero features improved graphics over those of its predecessor, new characters and enemies, and gameplay that is more action-oriented than its predecessor.

Final Ninja Zero takes place forty years before the events of Final Ninja. Cutscenes and in-level communications explain aspects of the storyline if you are interested, but players that are only playing the game for its gameplay won't miss out on much by skipping these. The goal of this ninja game is simple: make it out of each level alive. You start each level with three hitpoints. Each time you are hit by an enemy or hazard, you will lose one hitpoint. When all hitpoints are lost, your character will die and will have to restart the current level from its beginning. Your progress is automatically saved at the end of each level so if you need to take a break, you will be able to continue from where you left off.

Final Ninja Zero uses the same control scheme as the original Final Ninja. The arrow keys are used to move your character. Holding the down arrow key activates your stealth ability, which is useful for evading enemies, but forces you to stand still. Use the mouse to aim and click the left mouse button to throw shuriken at enemies. Click and hold the left mouse button to deploy a rope in order to get to places that are difficult to reach otherwise.

You will earn bonus points at the end of each level of Final Ninja Zero depending upon your performance. Killing all enemies, not killing any enemies, and quickly completing levels can earn bonus points. The bonuses that you strive for depend on your method of play. For example, I have never been much of a pacifist, so I strive to wipe out all enemies to attain those bonus points.

Nitrome does it again with Final Ninja Zero! If you were a fan of the first Final Ninja, or if you found the first game to be too puzzle-oriented and want a ninja game that focuses more on action, then give Final Ninja Zero a play!

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