You may have played plenty of 2D hack-and-slash platformers before, many involving ninjas, but we guarantee you haven’t played one like Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja, due out tomorrow for PC. What makes it different? The fact that it’s controlled by the mouse.
Yup, you maneuver your ninja in this one by swiping, dragging and clicking your mouse around. In a futuristic neon world, yokai-inspired robots are running amok, and Cyjin must restore order by reducing them to scrap metal. “Can you find a way out of the enemy-infested mazes and defeat the fearsome Shōgun? If your answer is “yes,” it’s time to put away your keyboard and face a whole new challenge,” boasts Thai studio Aiya Games, who developed Cyjin.
Unique Mouse-Based Twitch Control: Use your lightning-fast mouse movements to overcome obstacles and guide Cyjin.
Accelerated Dashing: Crush your enemies before they know what hit them.
Swift & Precise Platforming: Aim with your mouse to choose a path – carefully navigating hazards and obstacles to stay alive.
Exciting Bosses: Intense boss fights that will challenge your skills!
2D Cyberpunk Setting: Experience a world that blends Eastern themes with a cyberpunk vibe – from the deep wasteland of the Junkyard to the traditional futurism of the Urbanscape.
Challenging Puzzles: Quick thinking and inhuman reflexes required. Better start stretching those fingers!
Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja comes out in a few hours on Steam. Have your mouse ready to go!
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