10 Second Ninja, the robo-Hitler smashing shinobu simulator, will be sneaking its way onto Steam and Get Games on March 5.

The game, designed and coded by Dan Pearce with sounds by Tim Rurkowski, has been hotly anticipated by fans of time-trialled platform slashers since its first glimpse early last year. Now that it has been picked up by indie publishing house Mastertronic,  Mac and PC players alike can expect 40 levels (with 3 stars to aim for in each) and full controller support.

You can find out more from our very own preview of the game. Also on the game’s homepage. And the Steam store page. And the informatively short trailer below.

 

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