App description: Mutant Ninja Smoke is PURE STRATEGY for KIDS!

Easier than chess but harder than checkers, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA SMOKE improves children fundamentals, like:

Problem Solving
Follow Through

Teenage Mutant Ninja Smoke is a turn-based adventure, based on BSD Robots, originally developed for the Berkeley Software Distribution by Ken Arnold. On the game you control KAME KEMURI, and you must try to make it to the end of each stage while confronting the robot army's minions along the way.


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IMMERSIVE Music & Sound Effects
BEAUTIFULLY CREATED Graphics & Animations

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ombaudsman's comments:

Based on Robots which is a computer game originally developed for the Berkeley Software Distributiona derivative of Unix (BSD) by Ken Arnold. On this version, you have two kinds of teleports and you can get fruits for more points.

Original Game:

It's a very logical (and hard) game based on simple turn-based principles.
02-25-2014, 12:54 PM
Gentlemen, previously we had an employee (free lancer) that was hired just to (try) to increase the popularity of our apps through digital media. Like, for instance, Touch Arcade forums.
Unfortunately, recently this person started to act in an irresponsible and random way. Leading to a (well deserved I should add) BAN, not only here but also on other forums.

In the name of MongaPop, I would like to ask apologies to all Touch Arcade community including it's moderators. We're a small company composed by a bunch of former Amiga users/developers focused on retro development.

Thank you in Advance,
Ana Luiza (MongaPop CEO)

*PS* This game is free for now.
If you have 2 minutes, please write a review and score it with stars accordingly.
If you only have 30 seconds, please just tap on the number of stars you find it right after playing the game.
02-26-2014, 01:17 PM
Here's a video of the gameplay (early beta version)

Youtube link | Pop Up

*PS* we will create new videos of the actual versions.
02-28-2014, 08:07 AM
No longer free, but, just in case someone on earth still willing to try it, we can provide some free codes.

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