|Number of drums||5|
|Number of lines||40|
|Number of coins per line||1-5|
|The cost of one coin||0.01-0.25|
Ninja Magic looks and plays like an old school game that you would usually be able to try out in a casino hall. With simple design that looks much better on a low-res screen with brightness brought up to the max and corny sounds that sound more Chinese than Japanese, this game is definitely not a contender for the title of the best game of the year. However, the setting is quite welcome in the community that likes fresh ideas as wrappings for familiar concepts. While Microgaming introduces the same set of rules and mechanics similar to all previously released slots, but the wrapping is quite different. It may be the only game with flipping ninjas and mysterious Japanese feudalism.
The layout is more than just classic. 5 drums and 3 horizontal rows is the setup. We have seen this exact composition of gameplay and interface elements countless times before. You may use up to 40 possible active lines. All other betting settings can be adjusted as well depending on what style you want to adopt for the gambling session. Some players enjoy riskier approach to hunt for better rewards. Others prefer calculated long term strategies and rely on smalltime wins and careful balancing of wagers. If you like ninjas and really want to play a slot that showcases these mysterious assassins from East, you should definitely try out this game.