Ninjala downloads top one million

Free-to-play online battle action game released on June 24.

Ninjala

Ninjala, the free-to-play online action battle game featuring ninja and gum, has surpassed one million downloads since its June 24 launch on Switch, developer GungHo Online Entertainment announced.

To celebrate the milestone, as well as compensate players for the server access errors that have occurred on launch day, all players will receive 100 Jala (in-game currency) 10 Ippon Gum (Flame) weapon skins.

Ninjala is available now for Switch via the Nintendo eShop.

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