My first impression about this game, Ninja Kage, was that it was a budget game, with the black boxes around the sprites and simple artwork. And it may be budget, but it sure was a lot of fun!
On the first level, you run around and shoot enemy ninjas when their heads appear over the wall. Get ten and a door opens so you can progress to the next level.
Level two has the same goal, but the environment is different; enemies come at you from different places where they may be easier or harder to hit, and it’s fun to watch them come crashing down from the ceiling.
Level three is different in that now you tend to want to shoot horizontally instead of vertically, although both could result in hitting an enemy.
There is a magic pack that appears under a smoke cloud. Each level has a different kind of magic. Level one is a spread attack, so you have a higher chance to hit your enemies. Level two is a continuous stream of shuriken you can control the direction of. Level three has a cloud that strikes lightning down at your command.
All in all, a fun game here!