Blue Bolter, General of the Yoma clan, has taken the Emperor of China Land hostage and is threatening to take over as leader. Bolter warns that anybody who dares to resist him will be terminated. This sounds like a job for Ryu and Jack, heroes of Culture Brain's new two player action adventure game, Little Ninja Brothers. In this combination action and role play adventure your task is to Help Jack and Ryu fight their way through a sea of Blue Bolter's evil henchmen in search of the seven, sacred Bells. The bells contain magical powers and if Ryu and Jack don't recover all seven of them, they won't have the special powers they need to defeat Blue Boltar. Will China Land ever see peace again?
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