The bad and generic EVILCORP is believed to have come up with evil plans. As a ninja, your goal is to find those evil plans by hacking into its computers as quickly as possible.
Find your way through a series of levels as fast as you can. Shortcuts are always available and speedrunning is highly encouraged.
The game features four difficulty modes: normal, easy, very easy, and nightmare. Difficulty can be set at any time during the game.
Coil subscribers get an extra PRACTICE mode allowing them to go through the levels without having to worry about being detected.
Categories: desktop, mobile, web monetization
Feedback from the experts
Christer Kaitila: This game is amazingly good! So smooth! I love the motion blur, the cloth simulation, the raycasting view cones for security camera, the awesome levels, everything! This game has it all, and it looks as great as it plays. What an absolutely excellent job. Nice work! I loved it.
Ewa Mazur: Wow, I mean W-O-W! Much respect for packing completed, polished, dynamic, funny, and juicy game into 13KB. This is the kind of game you really want to come back and play again. I love the intro, the Ninja animation, sounds, all visual effects, the story and the game mood.The only thing I could think of to add is some kind of a mark inside the game for Practice Mode, so the Coil Subscribers would know it's something special for them.
To summarize - Respect!
Anselm Hook: overall amazingly well done, clearly author has a lot of experience. web monetization practice mode is nice. game did not work for me on chrome - had to switch to safari.
Nathan Lie: Excellent platformer - the encouragement to speedrun is a huge plus for me. My favorite part of this game is the multitude of routes available - in a game where speedrunning is encouraged, the choice between a faster riskier route and a slower one makes for interesting gameplay. All the platforming hallmarks are there like walljumping and momentum adjustment, making the controls nice and crisp. The Web Monetization bonus is really nice too - definitely doesn't take away from the core experience but helps the power user go above and beyond with their experience. Only improvement I can think of is the inclusion of music, but the game is already strong enough without it.