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Colourful, fast and smooth. Every bit as playable as the C64 version. Highly recommended.
Shinobi, it has to be said, doesn't really offer anything new to anyone who has more than two kicky-fighty games in their collection already. If you're a fan of the coin-op or you're a loony psychopath into anything shiny and with points on, then this is the game for you.
A fairly crude title screen leads to a fairly crude game. The programmers seem to have briefly considered the Spectrum's capabilities then thought "Oh what the hell", and thrown colours around the screen. Different sections of background stick to black and a second colour, but people are constantly changing colours as they move around. Detail is fine although some parts of enemies are distorted, and everyone is animated with silly, rapid, mincing steps. Scrolling is fast but jerky and, with the colourful background "highlights", distracts from the middle-of-the-road gameplay.