Parents' Guide to

Ninjas Live

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Strangers can send messages as they "attack" other players.

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Ninjas Live is an open massively multiplayer game with text-based missions. There's not much to do in it other than press "Do it" to complete missions and earn money to buy more skills and weapons that will open up new missions to click "Do It" on. The main draw seems to be collecting teammates (who can be strangers) and attacking other random players (who can be strangers) for more skill points. There's a certain sense of completion in earning enough money to open all the missions, train in all the skills, and buy all the equipment, but if that's not your thing, there's not much for you here. One good thing about the game is that you only have a certain amount of energy and once you've used it up, you have to stop playing until your energy builds back up in real time.

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