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[Tier: Vault]SNES The Ninja Warriors (JPN) in 32:21.68 by Sp00ky.
snes9x movie (.smv) (date: 2008-09-07)
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- Heavy luck manipulation
- Genre: Fighting

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The Ninja Warriors Again (1994) is a single player adaptation of the popular beat 'em up arcade game The Ninja Warriors (1988). It allows the player to choose one of three robotic ninjas: Ninja, Kunoichi or Kamaitachi, to find and eliminate the evil tyrant Benglar. The characters play differently, but share some common controls. Each can attack, jump, grab the enemy, block attacks or unleash a special attack on the entire screen. This special attack charges up gradually and can be reset by being knocked to the ground.

This action packed TAS by Sp00ky features the female ninja, Kunoichi, on a mission to leave no crotch unpunched.

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