In order to be a successful ninja, you need to know when to strike. Patience and calmness are large virtues. You’ll see the dedication that the warriors included on the reels have, and they all appear on a fairly regular five reel and three row interface. As far as the icons themselves go, you’ll find the regularly appearing A, J, K, Q and 10 symbols, all of which have been created with bamboo. And joining these are various characters who have taken the path towards being the greatest fighter of all time. There’s the man decked out in yellow, complete with Chinese hat and Wolverine-like claws attached to him. The female dressed in blue with a long, sharp, lashing whip-like weapon comes next. There’s an old man wearing green attire, clutching on to a spear, and he is followed by a girl dressed in purple, who has deadly fans in her hands and a sharp spike at the end of her hair. The man in red makes up the final ninja, and he only needs his fists as a weapon.
NetEnt have added a total of 243 ways to win into this game, meaning that you won’t be wagering on specific lines. Therefore, this is not something that is changeable either, so if you’re searching for something with more customisation options available, we’d suggest to move. However, players can adjust the amount of the bet they place, simply by first of all switching around the value of a single coin. This has a range of between €0.01 and €0.50, while the included bet level has a range of between one and 10. Should you push these up to their maximum limits, you’ll find that you can play a maximum overall wager of €125 per round.