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Ninja Versus Ninja Game


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  • A Stealthy Game of Swords and Rewards
  • Light strategy game for 2 players
  • Ninja design and characters make a great collectors item
  • Two ways of winning allow the game to be played in 20 minutes or less
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 2.5 x 10.2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001CMPMEO
  • Item model number: 7007
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,432 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
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Product Description

OTB7007 Your Ninjas must defend the honor of their dojo against a rival dojo. Victory hinges on eliminating Ninjas and skillfully venturing into the opponent's dojo. But how far do your Ninjas dare to go...and will they return? Every move is critical as you position your Ninjas for defense and ready them for their mission!Prove yourself to be a worthy master with Ninja versus Ninja!

From the Manufacturer

Your Ninjas must defend the honor of their dōjō against a rival dōjō. Victory hinges on eliminating Ninjas and skillfully venturing into the opponent’s dōjō. But how far do your Ninjas dare to go and will they return? Every move is critical as you position your Ninjas for defense and ready them for their mission.

Customer Reviews

My 7-year old son loves to play board games and he loves ninjas.
Sara Chronister
The ease of the rules, quick play time, and cute factor make this game very accessible to a wide range of people.
Sean Johnson
I highly recommend this for a quick time filler between friends.
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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Sean Johnson on May 25, 2009
There are several other two player games that are "better" than Ninja vs. Ninja. However, there are very few such games that can be played as quickly or have such nice components.

Ninja vs. Ninja is a game where players try to score points by infiltrating the other side's dojo. The deeper they can get into the dojo the more points they score and the first to seven points wins. However, sneaking around is not the only way to win the game, if one player successfully captures all of the other side's ninjas then that also means victory.

The game features to mechanics that make it fun. The first is a mix of luck and strategy. On a player's turn they roll two dice and they move a ninja that many spaces. The ninja can only move in straight lines or "L" shapes. How a player moves and positions a ninja is important, but even the best laid strategy is tied to the luck of the dice rolls, which means players have to adjust and reevaluate their strategy every turn to make the most of their luck. This means the game will not appeal much to Chess fans, but to people who don't mind a bit of luck in games this game hits a nice mix of luck and strategy. The second mechanic, is the the ability for a player to push their luck. Once a ninja crosses a middle region of the board, then it has three turns to make it back to their dojo. The deeper a ninja goes into enemy territory the harder it will be to make it back, but the higher the points. This high risk/ high reward factor, while simple is very enjoyable and adds a lot to the game.

Technically, Ninja vs Ninja could be played with checkers and a couple of pyramid shaped four sided dice. However, the components of the cute ninjas and the dice with swords through them really adds a lot to the game. Ninja vs.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Magnum Fan on July 21, 2010
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This was a fun new game for us. Our 10 year old son can occasionally beat us (we don't let him win) but it's usually the adults who win out. It is a fast game (5-10 minutes for us) and very easy to learn. It's also an easy game for him to teach to friends who come over. A nice change from the hours-long Monopoly games that we can get going sometimes!

(As a side note, under the Product Details on this page, a descriptor from another game was inadvertently added and does not apply to this game. The statement that does not belong is "Directors can only use shapes, locations, sizes and directions to describe how to draw the word on the card")
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By dmccoy on August 24, 2011
Ninja Versus Ninja is a great 2 person light strategy game. The Ninja characters are durable and look great. Ninja Versus Ninja is great for all ages and levels strategy gamers. It allows a younger gamer to compete with a veteran gamer and be successful from time to time. Ninja Versus Ninja levels the playing field.

If you have Pirate Versus Pirate and can swap out the pieces and play a little Ninja Versus Pirate. What a great game combination!

Another must have game from Out of the Box Publishing.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Walker on February 8, 2010
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my grandson loves this toy. we play the game together, and he also plays with the ninja pieces on his own.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By honest john on December 31, 2011
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My 6 yr old son loves martial arts so I thought he would like this game. Although he hasn't quite embraced the game, I think its kinda fun. Easy to set up, the little Ninjas are sooo cute. The 4-sided dice with the ninja swords are neat also. The rule are fairly simple but the strategy is subtle, kind of a cross between chess and backgammon.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Gray on September 3, 2010
Ninja Versus Ninja is a two-player game that's simple to learn, quick to complete, and fun to play. Due to the short duration of a game, this may appeal more to kids than to adults, but it also works well for tournaments. You'll most likely want to challenge your opponent to a best of three series, or best of five.

The goal of the game is clear: to sneak one of your ninjas as far into your opponent's dojo as you can without being caught by one of his ninjas or trapped there (you only have a certain number of moves to get back). The player who gets the farthest wins...unless all his ninjas are killed by his opponent. This means that there are different strategies you can use, in addition to your luck with your dice rolls, which makes the game more interesting.

The rules of how the ninjas can move are similar to other games I've seen, and they're pretty clear. Learning the game only takes a couple of minutes, and you're ready to play!

The board is simple but nicely designed and constructed, the ninja pieces are cute and durable, and the the dice are imaginative and adorable.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Brian Webb on January 31, 2009
Fun game with a NINJA theme! what could be better? Easy to learn and fast to play. My boys love it!
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By Roland D on May 27, 2014
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My son and I play this a lot, He likes it more than I do, but its a neat game similar to an old school board game like checkers.
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