10 Second Ninja X Coming July 30 to Nintendo Switch

10 Second Ninja X is finally coming out on the Nintendo Switch. Developed by Thalamus Digital, 10 Second Ninja X is an action/puzzle game where speed matters. The faster you are, the higher you are in the leaderboards. It’s basically a speedrunner where trial and error are your best friends to faster and faster times.

10 SECOND NINJA X is a shockingly fast, overwhelmingly intense action/puzzle game. In this thumb blistering sequel, the nefarious Captain Greatbeard has kidnapped you and trapped your forest friends inside of his army of robots like some kind of psychopath. Greatbeard doesn’t think you’re the fastest ninja who ever lived – he is WRONG. Destroy all of Greatbeard’s robots in each level in ten seconds or less. Be fast enough to get the coveted three star rating in each. Fight through 100 levels, explore Greatbeard’s airship, discover secrets, climb the leaderboards and show everyone what it means to be THE FASTEST, COOLEST HERO EVER.

FEATURES

  • 100 thumb blistering, mind bending levels over 11 game worlds
  • 11 “Marathon Modes” with back to back ninja madness
  • Player ghosts and unlockable ghost hints for the trickier levels!
  • Explore the magnificent Greatbeard’s ship in the retro styled hub.
  • Online leaderboards for every level!
  • Hidden minigames – with a 100% chance of Nun themed mayhem.
  • 8 different character costumes to unlock and play

10 Second Ninja X will be available starting July 20, 2021 on the Nintendo eShop here. There is currently a pre-order discount for $7.99 instead of the regular $11.99.

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