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Ninjatown: Trees of Doom! gets its first update


3:00 AM on 06.09.2010



Hooray for Ninjatown. I can never get enough of looking at this adorable series of games. Venan Entertainment let us know that the iPhone title Ninjatown: Trees of Doom! has just received the first update to its content.

In addition to fixing a number of bugs, this update makes some changes to the design of tree segments to allow for higher scoring. Plus, there's new stuff in the form of a playable character, Anti-Ninja, and a smoke bomb item which will teleport a ninja a thousand feet up instantly. Venon's CEO, Brandon Curiel, says in the press release that we'll be able to expect new environments and gameplay modes to arrive in future updates. Pretty nifty.

Also, the above commercial for the game is brilliant. We've all been there.






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