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Download Naruto Ninja Way 9 Game Free

Naruto is a famous character in a Japanese comic series who is a Ninja and wants to become stronger than Hokage who is the strongest Ninja of his village. The story revolves around Naruto Uzumaki and the comic series still continues. Naruto is listed as the 37th best animated tv series of all time.

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Playing Naruto Ninja Way 9 game

Naruto Ninja Way 9 is a PC game of Naruto comic series. The player needs to survive against enemies in the game. Here are the keys assigned for playing the game:

First Player

  • Run left: A (double tap for Shunshin jutsu)
  • Run right: D (double tap for Shunshin jutsu)
  • Fall through platform: double-tap and hold S (when on a platform)
  • Light attack: H (I+H for special)
  • Hard attack: J (I+J for 2nd special)
  • Jump: K (hit twice for double jump)
  • Fast-fall: double-tap and hold S when in air
  • Kunai throw: U (I+U for 3rd special)
  • Prepare special: I
  • Substitution Jutsu: S (just before you get hit)

Second Player

  • Run left: Left Arrow (double tap for Shunshin jutsu)
  • Run right: Right Arrow (double tap for Shunshin jutsu)
  • Fall through platform: double-tap and hold Down arrow (when on a platform)
  • Light attack: PgUp (Del+PgUp for special)
  • Hard attack: PgDn (Del+PgDn for 2nd special)
  • Jump: End (hit twice for double jump)
  • Fast-fall: double-tap and hold Down arrow when in air
  • Kunai throw: Home (Del+Home for 3rd special)
  • Prepare special: Del
  • Substitution Jutsu: Down arrow (just before you get hit)
  • Make Trainer Kakashi jump: Z (temporary function)
  • Return to maximum Chakra: C (only in training mode)

Naruto Ninja Way 9 start screen

The game is great for 2 players but there is one flaw in the game. It will not quite if you press the close button. You will have to close it from the task manager.

Download Naruto Ninja Way 9

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