Golf game, 9 Iron Ninja, is a relaxing, zen-like, 2D golfing game with randomly generated fairways where your goal is to get a high score by completing each hole in the fewest shots possible. You can also earn Stars and Achievements. Stars can be used to get fun costumes and trophies for your Ninja.
In this intriguing new ninja-infused 2D golf game, you must hone your skills to complete any crazy terrain that is put before you. Play as many holes as you can in a row, but on each new fairway you only have 6 shots to complete the hole, including penalties. The fewer the shots, the higher the score, and the more stars you receive. Take more than 6 shots, including penalties, and it's game over, your score resets and you must start a new round.
9 Iron Ninja is the "endless runner" of golfing games!
The stars you earn in-game can be used in the virtual My Ninja Store to get fun new costumes for your ninja, or to unlock trophies indicating you've accomplished enormous star accumulation feats.
Game-play and UI are easy to learn. You aim your shot first, then hold down the Swing button to reach the desired power level, and release to take your shot. The trick is to maneuver your way around the trees, sand traps, rough patches, water and pits, to reach the hole. For tricky situations, you can turn on the backspin shot to avoid rolling off a cliff or into the water.
In addition, there are achievements to earn along the way and the game has a custom soundtrack by Gavin Harrison Sounds, who has provided musical magic for many popular games like our very own Scorched Monster, and Neoteria and Chrono&Cash by OrangePixel.
For the casual gamer who wants a new golf game that continues to be fun, play after play, has virtually endless fairways to overcome, silly costumes, achievements, and unique challenges, 9 Iron Ninja is that game!
Great for players who enjoy a good 2D or mini golf game. There's no doodle or stick man in this golf game, but a fun Ninja character and lots of great costumes.
Quick Tree Tip: Stuck under a tree on a ledge? If you have enough shots left, you may be able to aim a short shot backwards to get into clear fairway for your next shot.