Ninjago Shadow of Ronin Heads to Mobiles

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group announced today the release of  LEGO® NINJAGO™: Shadow of Ronin, available now on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Based on the popular TV series “LEGO NINJAGO : Masters of Spinjitzu,” the mobile game extends the high kicking fun of the handheld game to mobile devices and introduces an enhanced player experience, including improved touch screen controls and an upgraded hint system.


“We’re excited that players can now enjoy the latest LEGO NINJAGO adventure on their mobile devices, which allows gamers to experience this hugely successfully series in a whole new way,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “With enhanced touch screens controls and upgraded game mechanics,  iOS is a perfect platform for fans and newcomers to journey through the expansive world of NINJAGO, on the go, anytime, anywhere.”


In  LEGO NINJAGO : Shadow of Ronin, players must battle a new threat who goes by the name of Ronin. With the help of his army of dark samurai, Ronin is on a mission to steal the Ninjas’ memories using an ancient and powerful weapon called the Obsidian Glaive. Players must drive, fly, stomp and slide their way through iconic locations from the “LEGO NINJAGO : Masters of Spinjitzu,” TV series, while helping the Ninja reclaim their powers before Ronin completes his plan and releases an even greater evil on NINJAGO.  Using their Spinjitzu abilities, fans can also unleash each Ninja’s unique power to smash through enemies, solve puzzles and  even team up to create the fabled multi-elemental Tornado of Creation.


Developed by TT Games,  LEGO NINJAGO:  Shadow of Ronin  is now available for £3.99 on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod. Coming soon to Google Play.


Hi I'm Adam, the gaming guru here at the good ship Brick Fanatics. I've been a fan of gaming and LEGO for many years. So you can imagine my delight when the two joined forces. First LEGO set I ever owned was the LEGO King's Castle. I'm also Games Expert and contributor for Bricks Magazine.


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