Written Android App Review
Earlier this year Devil Ninja graced our Android radars. Now it’s time to up the ante with Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss). If you loved the original or if overthrowing evil bad guys is your shtick, you’ll want to pay attention to our Android app review of Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss).
Much like the original, the Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss) Android app is an action runner. You jump, double jump and fire to make it past evil baddies on the ground and in the air. It’s also just as important to leap over chasms and avoid running into pointy piles of rubble.
Collect bonuses to keep your stamina and life up. If you lose three lives your run is over and you must start again.
In case the name didn’t give it away, one big change in the Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss) app is the addition of bosses you battle along the way. I think the addition of bosses was a great way to break up this game a bit, otherwise the monotony of running can get boring.
There are also boosts to collect along the way and a special dragon power you unleash by collecting points. A few helpful gameplay suggestions include using the double jump to avoid unwanted landings, tapping and holding the fire mechanism to unleash a special attack, and trying to collect any health boosts you come across to prolong the game.
Top scores interface with Scoreloop for global stats.
Graphics & Design
For the most part Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss) kept the graphics from the original. They were sharpened a bit and slightly improved, but the change is rather minimal.
Unfortunately the original was not a very impressive piece of work. The game still looks like something from a Super Nintendo game. A little variety would go a long way with this action runner and would be a great future addition to the game.
There are a few functional issues with the Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss) Android app, including the unpredictable nature of the game.
Once you are up in the air monster pops can spoil your landing. The game also has issues responding to commands. Sometimes asking Devil Ninja to jump just doesn’t work, which is a sure way to spoil a perfectly good run.
Despite the lack of precision and minimal list of improvements, it’s still worth checking out the Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss) Android app. After all, this title is completely free, so you have nothing to lose by giving it a try.
There are some pretty annoying ads in this app, so I suggest never using the in-app quit functionality or else you might get stuck staring at a full page ads when you thought the game was closed.
Android Apps Review Details: Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss) Android app is free. This app requires Android 2.0 and up. You may download Devil Ninja2 (vs Boss) from the Android Market.
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