Card Ninja for iPhone/iPod Touch Review

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Card Ninja has consistently been ranked as one of the most popular games in the iTunes App Store.

The game recently received a significant update which most importantly includes the ability to save your game for maximum level-conquering and you can now compare scores with other players worldwide. Card Ninja is integrating with the OpenFeint platform, allowing players to monitor their rank in global leader boards and chat with fellow players.

At only .99 cents this is fun twist on matching, memory type games that’ll keep you coming back for more Ninja!

The game itself requires players to flick cards at their matching targets.  As you advance through the different levels the targets become more challenging.

The cards themselves are made from Ninja themed comic book illustrations created by artist Fernando Ruiz of Archie Comics.

The help screen gives a brief overview on how to play the game.

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To advance through each level you must successfully flick a predetermined number of cards.

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You must match each card to its correct symbol and color.

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What seems easy at first does not stay easy for long.

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The game features fun “Ninja” sounds.

When you’re finished playing your can check out your personal high scores.

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And see how you match up on the global leader board.

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There’s also the option to chat with other players via the OpenFeint platform.

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Card Ninja is a full twist on plain old matching games.  It features smooth and speedy game play with fun sound effects and now with its new and improved features it’s even better.

You can find Card Ninja in the iTunes App Store.

M.S.R.P – .99 cents

What I like – smooth game play, fun sound effect, affordable price.

What I don’t like – somewhat repetitive.

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