Ninja Fishing: Slice Fish, Not Fruit
Article by George Norman
On 07 Sep 2012
This awesome, free Android and iOS game combines some nice fishing with some exciting fish slicing action. Why slice fruit when you can slice fish and enjoy a bit of sushi?

The Gamenauts-developed app Ninja Fishing presents you with an overweight ninja called Otoro who decided to go fishing; this “fitness challenged ninja” usually says something funny before casting the hook, like “That’s what she said” or “Hidden trout, crouching carp”. Tap on the screen to cast the hook then tilt left and right to avoid the fishes – the aim here is to go all the way down to the bottom and hook the treasure chest. When it seems that you won’t be able to avoid the fish, tap the screen to activate a drill that will cut through the fish.


Once you hook the treasure chest, the line will start to go back up. It is now time to try and hook as many fish as you can on your way up. Up back at the boat and the fish will be thrown into the air. This is when you take out your katana and slice the fish – but make sure to avoid the dynamite; you don’t want to slice the dynamite, just the fish and the treasure chest. For every fish you slice you are reward with gold that you can spend in the shop.

What can you find in the aforementioned shop? The simple answer is “plenty of super upgrades.” You can upgrade your katana, get a new boat, upgrade your fishing line, get more fuel for the drill, and more.

It’s all a simple 4-step process, as detailed in the image below.

You can get Ninja Fishing for free from Google’s Play Store here.

And you can get Ninja Fishing for free from Apple’s App Store here.

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