Title Ninja Remix Game Type Action Adventure Compatibility ECS (degrade for AGA) Publisher System 3 HD Installable Patch available Players 1 Submission Chris Vella Profiled Reviewer Review Despite the fact that I used to think this game is an enhanced version of Last Ninja 2, It isn't. Ninja Remix on the Amiga is simply an Amiga version of the C64 game The Last Ninja. A different game entirely to Last Ninja 2. The object of the game is to kill the enemies and collect any items that you find. The items are used to overcome certain obstacles that you will come across throughout the different levels. There is a fair amount of thinking to be done as there are puzzle elements to the game. You must know what items are to be used in certain situations, nothing too tough but a little thought is involved. Pinpoint accuracy when jumping is also sometimes required to get to another part of a level. The game plays well but controlling the main character is tricky until you get used to it. The graphics are very nice and the music is also good. Another nice feature is being able to save and load your games. The collision detection seems to be a little off. I'm not sure if its because of the games viewing perspective or the programming itself. You will notice it when you are fighting other warriors and it looks like you're lined up correctly but your punches and kicks will miss him. It's not a big deal and doesn't really take away from the game at all because fighting is just a small part of the game. The main emphasis is knowing when and how to use the items you collect. In conclusion, I have to say that I liked the game. If you like fighting games with some thought involved, then you will like this game. It's better than Last Ninja 2 and just as good as Last Ninja 3. The game made me want to keep playing and I really got absorbed in it. Once you figure out how to complete the game you're unlikely to want to play it again, but it will take some time to complete the game. Having arcade, adventure, and puzzle elements work well together in the game and made the game more interesting for me. This game deserves a spot in everyones software collection.