Natsume‘s latest game in their lineup, Ninja Climb, has been released on iOS and along came a few important news regarding other Natsume titles previously available.
Ninja Climb is a game where players take on the role of a band of ninjas and have to build towers by pilling up falling blocks and rotating them into position. The simplistic plot tells the story of ninjas that tried to sneak into a castle so they could get the treasure inside, but on their escape they were trapped in the castle’s moat. The water level begins to rise and the ninjas must build the mentioned towers to get out.
Players will also have to be careful not to trap members of their band while the ninjas climb the towers being erected, as well as not letting them drown in the rising water. The ninjas also have special abilities to help them climb to the top of the tower.
As for the other Natsume game news, Reel Fishing Pocket, another of the company’s latest releases, will be getting an update that features 2 new stages, Waterfall Basin and Sunken Forest, new types of fish (such as the Northern Pike, Silver Arowana, Araipama, Nile Perch) and missions.
There’s also a new video for Gabrielle’s Zombie Attack, available for iPhone, iPad and iPod, where players have to defend a girl named Gabrielle from zombies by throwing mandrake plants at them. If you are still unsure why plants are zombies’ worst enemy nowadays checkout the footage below.
For more on Natsume’s games check out their site, Facebook and Twitter pages. You can get the three titles now on the iTunes App Store for free by following the links embedded here for Ninja Climb, Reel Fishing Pocket and Gabrielle’s Zombie Attack.