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Submitted by -Mezzo- 660d ago | review

Nerdly - ‘Mini Ninjas’ Review

Nerdly - Four years after making their debut on home consoles, the Mini Ninjas come to iOS in a fast-paced, beautifully styled adventure which, whilst updating the gameplay for mobile, stays faithful to original storyline and is just as addictive and just as kid-friendly. (iPad, iPhone, Mini Ninjas) 3/5

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