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Tron Software
1986
Arcade: Solo beat-em-up
£1.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
None

68,69
Max Phillips
Chris Bourne

Look out, the Ninjas are a-coming to get you. And they're a nasty lot, what with all the in-breeding in the ancient land of the rising sun. Well not quite because this martial artser is different from most.

It's so budget that you don't even get to fight anybody. What you have to do is belt up the ranks to the ultimate of Ninja Master by passing a four stage test, over and over again.

And the tests are nasty. You stand alone, feet nailed to the floor while they shoot arrows at you. Kick and punch 'em away (hardens the skin you know). Next, do a DT Decathlon to break a log and your keyboard in half. Bat spinning stars away with your sword and bop things with your blow-pipe.

All good clean repetitive stuff if you like this sort of thing. Bit like me and driving tests really. On second thoughts, if you do like this sort of thing, you can find a free game with a lot more to it. Free Hex Loader winning tip: take your joystick interface off to make it work.

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