Ninja Fishing hits 10 Million Downloads Milestone!

SAN JOSE, Calif. – November 13, 2012 -  Gamenauts today announced that their iOS and Android hit game, Ninja Fishing has achieved the epic milestone of 10 million downloads worldwide!

Since the launch of the game in 2011, Ninja Fishing has been keeping millions of players hooked and was prominently featured by Apple, Google and Amazon in their respective app stores.

To celebrate the occasion, Gamenauts has unleashed a new version 1.5 of the game which contains the largest game update yet: a new Shipwreck Cove island, 14 new fish species and a brand new Treasure Hunting gameplay with over 50 treasures!

With this latest free expansion, Ninja Fishing has now more than tripled in its content since its release, keeping Otoro and players busy fishing 'n slicing for many more hours of addicting fun.

The latest version 1.5 with Shipwreck Cove and Treasure Hunting is now available for Free for the iOS version in iTunes App Store, with an update for Android versions coming soon after.

Download Ninja Fishing for Free in the following app stores:

iTunes App Store

Google Play

Amazon Appstore for Android


Watch the trailer on YouTube

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About Gamenauts

Gamenauts is an award winning developer of Mobile, PC and Social Networks games, with a life-long mission to explore the vast, uncharted frontiers of interactive fun. They first struck gold with their hit game series Cate West and Burger Rush in the PC casual gaming space. Partnering with Menara Games on the development of Ninja Fishing, Gamenauts invites players to join them on their voyage through the galaxies of games on multiple platforms.


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