Ninja Dude vs Zombies

Logo_NvZGame name: Ninja Dude vs Zombies
Developer: AdoreStudio Ltd.
Genre: clicker, endless arcade, zombie slasher
App release date: June 1st, 2016
Platforms: App Store (timed exclusive iPhone® & iPad®), Google Play.
Model: Free-to-Play with IAPs
Languages: English, Русский, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Español, Português, 正體字, 日本語, 한국어. Other languages to follow.

Game Description

A brave ninja is trapped on a tower surrounded by hordes of bloody zombies. His only chance of surviving this zombie invasion is with the help of his thick-and-thin shurikens.

The player’s main goal is to kill as many zombies as possible by tapping on both sides of the screen.


  • Endless tap’em’all action – plunge into smooth and nonintrusive hard-core action. Easy to start, hard to get unhooked;
  • Cute ninjas – unlock more than 100 cute ninja heroes each with their own features and settings;
  • Simple & easy controls;
  • Tricky gameplay – its fast-paced gameplay might seem easy at first, but it gets trickier as you go along;
  • Share with friends – share a fruity zombie kill or record with your friends;
  • Daily missions – complete various daily missions and earn gold coins.

About AdoreStudio

AdoreStudio Ltd is a fast-growing casual game developer with hidden object, puzzle, arcade, and match 3 games in the portfolio.

The company is primarily occupied with the development of indulging and high quality games and at the same time is open to collaboration with other game developers and publishers.

All the games which are displayed on the company’s website feature captivating game plots and thoroughly elaborated designs. They are available through PCs, Macs, and mobile devices.

Interview by Peter Ward

What is your first gaming experience?

The very first game I remember playing was Battleship on USSR arcade machine back in 1989.Ninja-Dude-vs-Zombies-cover-2

What got you into programming games?

My mad passion for games since childhood. I dreamt of creating games since I played them on my ZX Spectrum.adore_logo

What development tools or coding did you use?

I used Unity 3D, Visual Studio, Mono Develop, Spine, Photoshop, Paint .NET.ninja_512

What hurdles did you have making your current game?

Ninja Dude vs Zombies in its early versions was quite difficult and dynamic to play. Game balance is the main hurdle. I had to develop progressive balance so that the player could start playing smoothly. Then the pace increases gradually to keep the player alert and entertained during the session. What’s more, the majority of players doesn’t understand the tricky part of the gameplay so I had to improve the tutorial of the game. It took me 3 to 4 iterations, but still I think there’s room for improvement.zombie_1

After the completion of the game what game will you make?

It’s a secret 😉Ninja-Dude-vs-Zombies-screenshot-4-750x1334

What other games have you made you made?

Here at AdoreStudio we’ve made and successfully released several games of various genres starting from enticing logic brainteasers and puzzle games ‘Shooting Blocks’ and ‘Adore Puzzle’ to gripping arcade games ‘Richie the Gnome’ and ‘Ninja Dude vs Zombies’, as well as our bestseller hidden object game Vampires: Todd and Jessica Story. Also we have several games under development right now.New-Characters-Ninja-Dude-vs-Zombies-screenshot-9-640x1136

My favourite computer was my Amiga and console the Megadrive do you have a favourite?

Super Nintendo entertainment system.Ninja-Dude-vs-Zombies-screenshot-3-750x1334

What is your favourite retro game?

Zen the Intergalactic Ninja by Konami for NES!Ninja-Dude-vs-Zombies-screenshot-1-750x1334

Do you still game on the current consoles if so whats your favourite game? 

Of course, we do! Not sure we can pick the most favorite game, but we definitely enjoy playing Mortal Combat X, Grand Theft Auto V, and DOOM.Ninja-vs-Zombies-Screenshot-4-640x1136

Whats the worst game you have ever played?

Contra – free to play!Ninja-vs-Zombies-Screenshot-2-640x1136

Finally what game or feature would you like to see on Retrogamesmaster in the future?

A feature we’ve been thinking for after surfing through Retrogamesmasters for a while might be a forum to discuss retro games and their remastered versions.

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