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About the StoryA tiny story about four tiny ninjas and a tiny top hat.
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Implementation and scenery are not as deep as in, say, Sara Dee's "Mite" or Ryan Veeder's "You've Got a Stew Going!", but the central concept is similar, in that familiar household objects and critters function differently when the scale is drastically altered.
I loved it, but you need to know what you're in for. Takes maybe about 10 minutes. The "puzzles" are very straightforward and the game dialogue guides you through pretty well.
A cute, short game about four tiny ninjas in a bedroom, June 7, 2016
You play as a tiny ninja that lives under a bed. You're job is to go around the room, cheering up your comrades one at a time in a classic linear type puzzle system.
The writing is compact and cute, and the game is short. I recommend it for a light snack. I did get stuck at the very end.
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