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    Ninjala Celebrates 10 Million Downloads With Attack On Titan Collaboration

    GungHo Online Entertainment (GOE) announced that the gum-based action brawler Ninjala has hit 10 million downloads. Whether you’re a veteran ninja or a prospective student of the WNA Academy, now is the best time to join the bubble-popping fun, with login bonuses and a commemorative tournament to mark this major milestone. GOE also announced the next collaboration coming during Season 12 with the critically acclaimed anime and global phenomenon Attack on Titan.

    Since its release in June 2020, Ninjala has won over players across the globe with its dynamic gameplay and colorful cast of characters. Now coming on its 12th Season, the game continues to offer its ever-growing community tons of weapon types, Shinobi Cards, over a dozen collaborations, and more. Last year, the game was also adapted into an anime by OLM, Inc., with more than 50 episodes premiering online on Ninjala’s official YouTube channel.

    Starting March 15th, don the Wings of Freedom as the scouts of Attack on Titan go beyond the wall and enter the arena. GOE will announce full collaboration details at a later date, so stay tuned to learn more. In the meantime, ninjas can enjoy the 10 Million Download Campaign with the following items and events.

    10 Million Download Campaign Perks

    • A Gift from the Gum: Every player that logs in between March 8 and April 26 will receive 1,000 free Jala to use in the Shinobi Shop. Check out a limited-time special sale to stock up on items like Shinobi Cards, Ninja-Gums, and emotes that can be used to earn IPPONs in style.
    • One (Winner) in a Million: The 10 Million Download Cup will be held from March 11 at 6 p.m. to March 12 at 12 a.m. PST. The six-hour tournament lines up with the Battle Bonus, which will increase drop rates.
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