Best Naruto Games for Android

Naruto Slugfest X

Currently one of the best Naruto-based games available on the Android app store is Naruto Slugfest X, which is a 3D open-world RPG, that allows you to play with your favorite Naruto characters such as Kakashi, Sasuke, Jiraiya, and many others in an interactive environment. The game has amazing graphics, unlike most of the other Naruto games available on the Android platform, and the gameplay is actually pretty fun. The storyline of the game follows the original anime/manga storyline up until the final climactic battle between Naruto and Sasuke (at the Valley of the End). This means that abilities like the Susano and Nine-tails chakra cloak can be used in the game, which is pretty epic. Naruto Slugfest X was released in 2020 so it was completed after the end of the anime series, and hence is updated with all the characters and abilities that were showcased in Naruto Shippuden. You can customize your own character’s abilities and perform devastating combos on enemies. The game also features a lot of theatrical cut scenes and cinematic videos, which makes it a really fun experience for people who’ve seen the original anime or followed the Naruto manga. Naruto Slugfest X is revered by many as the best Naruto game available to play on Android devices.

Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Voltage

Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Village is a game that was developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc. which is one of the top multinational video game publishers in the world. This Android game is unlike what most people expect from a typical game based on the Narutoverse. Although people mostly expect a fighting game in which they can play the classic Naruto characters, Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Voltage is a combination of both a fighting game and a fortress strategy game and even though this may seem odd, the game is actually pretty fun. It’s very different from the typical Naruto games so players will find themselves immersed in unique gameplay while also finding comfort in the familiar character base. The game features characters from not just the Naruto Shippuden series but also the sequel show Boruto (protagonist Naruto Uzumaki’s son). Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Village allows players to create a team of 4 shinobi and collect their favorite characters along the way as they strategize and battle various foes. This Naruto-based game is very unique and hence is definitely a must-play for people who enjoy games based on the Naruto world but have grown bored of the same repetitive game mechanics. 

Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Tribes

Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Tribes is another popular Naruto game that was developed by the infamous company, Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc. Unlike its counterpart Ninja Voltage, Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Tribes offers more familiar game mechanics to players. You can create 3-man shinobi squads comprising of the famous Naruto and Boruto anime characters, such as Sasuke, Boruto, Sarada, etc., and battle against various enemies while you level up your squad and their abilities along the way. The gameplay is fast-paced and allows the use of various jutsu that are based on the original anime, as well as unique combo moves. The game uses 2D animation so it’s not the most visually appealing, however, it’s still an improvement compared to the other lackluster Naruto games available on the Android app store. Naruto X Boruto: Ninja Tribes was released after the beginning of the Boruto anime series, hence all the characters and jutsu have been updated, which makes it a very enjoyable game for fans of the anime/manga that want to experience an interactive environment in which they can play the newer additions to the Narutoverse. 

Stickman Shinobi: Ninja Fighting

Although the game doesn’t boast a title featuring the name of the Anime it is based on, Stickman Shinobi: Ninja Fighting is another enjoyable game based on the Naruto universe. At first glance, the graphics of the game might be a deterrent for people who enjoy visually appealing 3D games, however, the gameplay more than makes up for it. The playable characters are based on the characters in the Naruto Shippuden anime, as well as all their best abilities and combo moves. Stickman Shinobi: Ninja Fighting is a fighting game in which players can participate in tournaments or follow a short storyline, while playing their favorite characters such as Obito, Naruto (nine-tails chakra clock mode), Madara (Susano mode), etc. The game uses stick-figure animations which have been integrated really well, and the battles boast really cool visual effects. There are up to 30 boss battles, each with increasing difficulty while allowing players to level up as they move up to battle stronger enemies. Stickman Shinobi: Ninja Fighting is one of the highest-rated Naruto games available on the app store and for fans of the original manga/anime this game offers a unique nostalgic and fun-filled experience.

Last Storm: Ninja Heroes Impact

This is another game that doesn’t feature the name “Naruto” in the title but is based on the original anime. The game allows players to select from a long list of Narutoverse characters, including even the sage of six paths, Kaguya, Minato, etc. Last Storm: Ninja Heroes Impact is a fast-paced fighting game in which players can select a team of 3 shinobi characters to battle against opposing 3-man squads, using various ninjutsu and taijutsu moves to defeat their opponents. The game has 2D graphics, however, the animations greatly improve the gameplay experience, and the game mechanics help make the game more challenging and fun. Last Storm: Ninja Heroes Impact lets players use the ultimate abilities of their favorite characters, such as Mangekyo Sharingan, Rasengan, and many other devastating moves. Although the game doesn’t follow a well-detailed storyline, it’s a fun game for players that simply want to casually enjoy playing Naruto characters on their Android devices. The developers are always updating the gameplay and adding new features and characters, which makes it very exciting.

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