OREM, Utah (September 10, 2013) – A ninja squirrel is on a larcenous mission to liberate magical acorns from samurai fox guards in NinjaBee’s newest game, Nutjitsu, which sneaks onto Windows 8 today.
The kitsune have taken the sacred relics of your clan. Vengeance will be yours! Sneak through beautifully hand-painted levels as you retrieve the stolen acorns from the villainous samurai. Steal back precious acorns as you dodge an ever-increasing number of villainous foxes. Grab as many mystical treasures as you can before disappearing into the night.
“Bringing Nutjitsu to Windows 8 is just the first step,” said Brent Fox, art director at NinjaBee. “Every major mobile platform will fear the ninja squirrel.”
Nutjitsu is not NinjaBee’s first foray onto the Win 8 platform. Their popular XBLA title A World of Keflings has already made the transition to the app store, allowing a whole new audience to experience the magic that made Keflings a hit on the Xbox 360. NinjaBee plans to bring Nutjitsu to Android and iOS in future updates, as well as adding additional gameplay content and features.
“Nutjitsu is more than just a fun game pitting ancient enemies against one another in an anthropomorphized feudal Japanese setting,” Fox said. “It is part of a creative renaissance here at NinjaBee. We are going in bold new directions.”
Fans concerned that NinjaBee is abandoning consoles for the bright lure of the mobile space needn’t worry. While gamers should expect surprising new experiences from a studio traditionally known for wacky XBLA titles, NinjaBee won’t abandon their loyal fans or the lighthearted style that has become a NinjaBee staple.
For more information about Nutjitsu, a World of Keflings, or NinjaBee, visit www.ninjabee.com.
NinjaBee is an independent video game developer based in Orem, Utah and is a division of Wahoo Studios, Inc. The studio specializes in creating digitally downloadable titles for major consoles. With each game it develops, NinjaBee strives to create gaming experiences that are creative, original and somewhere off the beaten path. Each NinjaBee game reflects the studio’s inexplicable, borderline bizarre personality and humor.