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Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja Precision Platformer Dashes on to Steam

Aiya Games fully released their fast-paced precision platformer Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja on PC through Steam. The 2021 founded studio held successful Kickstarter in June that aided in the independent studio’s game development of the mouse only unique approach to the precision platformer genre.

Before Aiya Games was officially founded, we actually started pre-production on a new title – gathering ideas that could lead to an innovative game with really unique gameplay. One of the prototypes was what would eventually become Cyjin. Imagine that – a game where you play with just the mouse! The end result is Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja.

Jiravat Maleenont, Founder and CEO of Aiya Games

In Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja players can only use their mouse to navigate the world. Using a simple accelerated dashing action, Cyjin can crush enemies and overcome obstacles. This mouse only gameplay requires players to be precise, swift and perfect timing. This simple mouse only gameplay makes the game both easy to play, yet still very challenging throughout the engaging levels and boss fights.

Both Eastern themes and a cyberpunk vibe are blended to create the game’s 2D setting. Various environments include a deep wasteland junkyard and a futuristic urbanscape. Puzzles require quick thinking and near inhuman reflexes to solve their challenges. Bosses offer intense fights that further challenge one’s skills.

Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja is available on Windows PC through Steam for $9.99 USD. More information about the Unity Engine developed game can be found on its Steam store page or by following @cyjingame on Twitter.

Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja – Full Trailer | Aiya Games

Aiya Games (@AiyaGames Twitter) is an indie game studio based in Bangkok, Thailand. The 2021 founded studio is comprised of a team of passionate game developers. Members of the team include an entrepreneur that brings experience with the Thai entertainment industry, a game designer who previously worked on Home Sweet Home, and a community manager that has experience with multiple Thai gaming communities.