Sneaky Ninja: 2D stealth platformer mix of Mario and Mark of the Ninja for PC/Wii U

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    Hey everyone! I'm the founder of Starfall Studios, a four-man indie developer working on our first game, Sneaky Ninja. It's a 2D stealth platformer -- think Mario with more ninjas, and Mark of the Ninja with more jumping -- being made for PC/Mac/Linux and Wii U!

    Just like Mario, you can jump on your enemies heads to defeat them – but you're also equipped with an arsenal of tools and magic powers to help you fight from the shadows or stay hidden in them!

    We just launched our Kickstarter today! I last posted here when we were up on Steam Greenlight back in August (and we got greenlit in November!), so we've made a lot of progress since then which is hilighted in the new trailer. Check it out and let me know what you think! Constructive criticism is more than welcome, we're always looking for ways to improve the game or the Kickstarter page itself. If you like what you see, show us a little love!
     
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    And finally, the last update for playable characters and their unique ability:

    Shoji the Sensei!

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    Looks realy great guys, best of luck with it
     
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    I love Mario and seeing this game is like it, with extras, lots of potential, AND great graphics. :D
     
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