Mini Ninja's should be on the Christmas purchase list for the parent of every sub-teen gamer out there. Every year around the holidays we see a plethora of "kids" games. These are barely games, and their development process seems to center on shoe horning a licensed product into a game that was aborted halfway through development and dropping into stores during the holiday rush. Ill-informed parents and grandparents, who mean well, get games for their kids no person would want to play. It's exploitive and immoral, and Mini-Ninja shows great games can still be made for kids.