Disparity Games, the world’s #1 leading authority on pizza-based parkour games, proudly announce today that their hot and tasty new action game Ninja Pizza Girl will be officially released on July 20, 2016 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 systems around the world.
The PC original has been upsized and made tastier than ever, with these console versions featuring mouth-watering 1080p visuals running at a smooth 60 frames per second and a rich, succulent soundtrack that will tickle your taste buds.
Thanks to massive overpopulation and ruthless corporate competition, the only way to deliver pizzas in the future is by hiring underpaid teenage ninjas to sprint their delicious dinners over rooftops. Ninja Pizza Girl stars Gemma, one such teenager who works for her father’s unfashionable but honest pizza delivery company. Can she survive the perils of rooftop parkour, dizzying jumps and – worst of all – ridicule from other teenagers?
The game combines a delectable assortment of gameplay toppings: fast-paced action perfect for speedrunning, generously proportioned graphics, a finely prepared energetic soundtrack – all on top of rich and satisfying platform gameplay with a story that is as warm as it is filling. It’s a game that will keep you coming back for a midnight gameplay snack time and time again.
Online leaderboards show how your speedruns compare to your friends, rivals and all other Ninja Pizza Girl players across the globe. Are you the fastest, smoothest pizza delivery girl in the world? The question will keep you up at nights, as you shave precious milliseconds off your perfect runs.
“We’re incredibly excited to finally bring Ninja Pizza Girl to next generation console platforms” said Nicole Stark, of Disparity Games, “and I can’t wait to see what people think of Gemma’s heart (and stomach) warming adventures”.
Ninja Pizza Girl is a taste sensation for your eyes, ears and heart. Those who have enjoyed a slice of Ninja Pizza Girl have said that the game is “a fast-paced and involving platformer, in which stylish, well-timed moves are rewarded.”, (The Guardian) and “a supreme platformer with a deep-dish message” (CNet).