Ninja Up! Cheats And Tips
It's "go ninja, go ninja, go!" with these rope-drawing strategies.
With Ninja Up!, Gameloft provides the best of both worlds. It lets you get a piece of the ninja action while playing a variation of the endless runner. You'll guide a ninja high into the sky by drawing ropes for him to bounce from, while avoiding obstacles and beating your friends' highest climbs for scoreboard supremacy.
Worried that you may pull a ninja vanish? Don't be, as our helpful tips will have you high scoring in no time!
How do you play Ninja Up!?
Your ninja moves automatically. What you have to do is draw ropes for him to bounce on so he continues to get as high as possible. You can draw straighter ropes to make him fly upward, or draw them at an angle, should he have to get around obstacles, such as rival ninjas and construction cranes.
The shorter ropes you draw, the higher your ninja will bounce up. This serves as a positive and a negative, as it will allow him to achieve greater distance into the air, but will also make him faster, which could make it difficult to avoid objects. Try to save the smaller rope streams for when he's in a safer area.
Avoid drawing ropes until you see where your ninja will end up upon coming back down. Don't take too much time, though, or you'll miss and end his run!
How do I avoid obstacles in Ninja Up!?
One thing you'll want to do is draw ropes at an angle. By doing this, your ninja will be able to sail by obstacles and work his way to the opposite side of the screen, where you can draw his next rope to keep his ascent going.
A word of warning, though. If you draw too tight of a narrow angle, he won't get as high, and will scramble back and forth across the screen. This could make it difficult to draw the next rope underneath him, thus ending your round before he gets any further.
Try to stick to a moderate angle, where he can sail past objects, but doesn't go ridiculously fast. Practice makes perfect.
How do I compete with friends in Ninja Up!?
By logging into Facebook, your friends' best times will automatically be recorded in the game world, complete with name and Avatar, so you can see who you're competing against. Once your run is complete, your highest score will post on their screens as well, so they can try and beat you, and you can go back and beat them, and so on.
Do I need to pay for anything in Ninja Up!?
The game features only one costume and large stage to get through. You will have to deal with occasional ads, but they hardly get in the way of the action. Nothing beats playing around with a ninja for no charge, right?