My 10 Second Ninja X Video Review:
Can 10 Second Ninja X make you feel like a ninja for a while? There are many things I was pleased about - easy to learn but hard to master 10 seconds concept, great level design testing your logical thinking and reflexes, motivation to improve your results to unlock new worlds, short levels with unlimited replayability, challenging yet not incredible difficulty, responsive and accurate controls, nice graphics and dynamic music and the ninja feeling after precisely executed action. There are not many things I disliked - infantile story not worth to follow, demotivating online leaderboard affected by cheating, the game might be frustrating for children and generic sounds. There is no local multiplayer which is a bit of a shame as it would make the game a great competition between friends or family members.
- 10 seconds game concept
- level design
- motivation to improve your results
- unlimited replayability
- balanced difficulty
- ninja feeling
- online leaderboard affected by cheating
- might be frustrating for kids
- no local multiplayer
This game is a nice example of how a game with a simple concept can become addictive thanks to great level design and continuous motivation to improve your results. I admit that it can be frustrating sometimes especially when you find out that you were just 0.03 secs from the next star but it also motivates you to be even better next time. After the initial doubts I have really enjoyed playing 10 Second Ninja X and I am therefore giving it Thumb Up and VideoGaming Father’s Index 7+ out of 10 - recommended with some discount.