Factsheet

Developer:
Ninja Robot Dinosaur Entertainment
Based in Vancouver, BC, Canada

Release date:
Late 2013

Platforms:
PC / Mac
More Platforms TBA

Website:
shaneneville.com

Regular Price:
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Description

Ray Ardent: Science Ninja is a Science-tastic pulp adventure platformer. Some problems are too unfathomable for a scientist or a ninja to overcome alone. These problems only be defeated by a man who is both a scientist AND a ninja.

History

Two years after launching the original Flash Ray Ardent game, Shane Neville has decided to return to the star of his solo production: Ray Ardent.

Features

  • Science-tastic pulp adventure platforming.
  • High impact, super challenging levels.
  • Customizable abilities, power-up combos and non-linear level design.
  • SCIENCE!!!

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      About Ninja Robot Dinosaur Entertainment

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      Shane Neville is an independent video game developer and artist living in Vancouver, BC, Canada. He develops games under Ninja Robot Dinosaur Entertainment. These games often feature ninjas, robots and/or dinosaurs.

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      Ray Ardent: Science Ninja Credits

      Shane Neville
      Design, Art, Programming

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