October 19, 2012 10:00 AM | Danny Cowan
Dream.Build.Play 2012's second runner-up title Ninja Crash made its Xbox Live Indie Games debut this week, offering a collection of single-screen challenges inspired by games like Joust and Balloon Fight.
While Balloon Fight and Joust were limited to two players, Ninja Crash emphasizes competition among up to four players locally, and includes a variety of power-ups that can make the on-screen action even more hectic at a moment's notice. The game also includes a nine-level single-player mode, along with a two-player cooperative mode.
Ninja Crash is priced at 240 Microsoft points ($3).