Publishers Nordcurrent have sent out a press release announcing a wacky new game.
Running from bulls in Spain, racing gondolas in Venice, sledging down snowy mountains in Antarctica, and battling a gigantic robot mouse in New York city are just a few of the wacky activities you perform in this fun party game.
Ninja Captains not only offers 20 unique games that are both fun and challenging, but the Wii version also lets up to 4 players join the antics and compete for high score supremacy. Top this off with a quirky sense of humor and a plot that revolves around a team of clumsy ninja cats accidentally traveling the world instead of saving their hometown from a horrific mouse menace, and you've got a sure-fire hit with both friends and family!
Each minigame takes you to a different city in the world, playing on comical stereotypes to ensure the challenges you face are constantly new and exciting. Cities include London, Sydney, Paris, Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro as well as many others. The gameplay is varied and exercises your speed, timing and coordination as you get called upon to perform activities that range from racing to climbing, balancing, dodging, dancing and even surfing! The colorful and lovably awkward heroes will draw you in even further with their epic mission that provides the perfect back-story to a journey that spans across every continent before ending up back in downtown New York for the final showdown with a massive robotic mouse hellbent on destroying the city.
There's also a trailer you can take a look at:
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