"I have an empty void in my soul that only donuts can fill..." - Donatsu from Ninja Chowdown.
Donatsu is a cute chubby ninja whose story you follow in Ninja Chowdown. He loves donuts more than anything!
The Dough-jo Donuttery, a food chain and a ninja dojo at the same time, is climbing to the top of the food chain... the top of the chain of world's food chains! Like every other one in this world, run by cuisine champions and competing food clans. A strong flavor breeds an equally strong fighting spirit!
The adventure begins when The Traveling Rollnin's leader, Sushi Sam, steals the Know-nut, the Doughnut of Ultimate Knowledge, from the Dough-jo. And no one but Donatsu is skilled and badass enough to get it back!
Publisher: Abylight Studios
Developer: Dummy Dojo
Price: Free with ads ($2,99/€3,49 to disable ads forever)
Available in: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Turkish and Portuguese
- Modern 2D pixel art aesthetic
- Food themed story with an emphasis on donut and ninjas!
- Short levels, thrilling and humorous (30 seconds - 3 minutes)
- 35 levels and 3 play modes
- Unique and funny characters
- Pets, clothes and weapons to customize your adventure
- Easy to pick up, hard to master
- Haptic feedback
- Game Center achievements and leaderboards
Fight your way to the top of the food chain of the world's food chains in this ninjas and food themed indie game! Enjoy 35 thrilling levels and 3 play modes: the Normal, the Grey, and All You Can Beat.
Designed specifically for mobile devices, Ninja Chowdown can be picked up instantly - but won't be easy to master. The levels have a varying difficulty, so that everyone would get the challenge they're looking for.
Ninja Chowdown is free to play on the App Store. Remove the ads forever for $2,99/€3,49, and get 5000 coins to buy clothes, weapons and pets.
About Dummy Dojo
Dummy Dojo is a game development studio based in Southern California, founded in 2019. They've made several small games, they know they still have a tremendous amount of growth ahead. So, at the moment, they consider themselves "dummies" who are training hard to become better game developers. For more info, visit Dummy Dojo website, their Twitter, or Instagram.