Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja brings fast-paced platforming to Steam next week

Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja

Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja provides lightning-fast platforming by relying on the mouse, creating a significant challenge for platformer enthusiasts.

Aiya Games, a Thai indie studio, announced today that their upcoming precision platformer, Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja, is coming to PC via Steam later this month. It looks like a pretty interesting game. So read on to learn more!

A challenge of precision from start to finish

Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja, which has been in development for less than a year, will test your gaming abilities to the max. It distinguishes itself from other entries in the category with its unique gameplay, 2D visuals, and a cyberpunk style that perfectly suits its frantic action.

Players must utilize their lightning-fast mouse movements to lead Cyjin, a cyborg ninja trying to live in this dystopic metropolis. Forget about the keyboard and use the mouse to select a path that will allow you to carefully avoid risks and barriers while remaining alive.

From Junkyard’s desolate wasteland to Urbanscape’s conventional futurism

In this environment that combines Asian architecture with a cyberpunk ambiance, it’s not simply lasers or lethal spikes that impede the path. There is also an army of aggressive yokai-inspired robots. Can you escape the enemy-infested mazes and vanquish the terrible Shogun? In this new 2D platformer, we will face difficult boss battles that will put your talents to the test at every turn. So if platform games are your thing, dive into this platformer where passing each level will be a tremendous struggle.

Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja will be released on PC via Steam on November 10.

Watch the trailer of the game down below!

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