Pirates vs. Ninjas

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Why can't pirates and ninjas get along? Why can't you crazy kids just join hands, or hooks, and sing a little Kumbaya? Why must you alternate through sixty levels of smashing, launching, physics puzzle madness? Your creator ought to be ashamed of you.

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I like the sound effects -- especially that the pirates sound a bit like Strongbad.

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BuenoCabra October 19, 2010 10:13 PM

I think the pirate sounds like Brian Doyle-Murray.

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CallMeLarry October 20, 2010 9:34 AM

Why are the ninjas in a pirate ship?

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@CallMeLarry

Because ninjas are awesome like that.

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"But what kind of message does this game send to all the impressionable pirate and ninja children out there?"

Merciless slaughter of your enemies is great fun? Yarr.

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