Ninja Burger: The Card Game

The twisted minds that brought you Chez Geek and Munchkin are back. Learn the secrets of stealth, swordsmanship, and customer service. Fight for honor, respect, big tips, and that coveted promotion . . .

This new, deluxe edition combines the original Ninja Burger with the cards from the supplement, Sumo-Size Me! and adds counters for tracking honor and money.

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$35 USD

Ninja Burger: The RPG 2.0

Ninja Burger, the world's only fast-food chain run by ninja, is looking for new recruits. Do you have what it takes to work for them? Pirates need not apply!

This edition of the Ninja Burger RPG uses the PDQ system, a game engine designed for evocative simplicity, speed and flexibility in play. With over 100 pages of content, including a complete San Francisco city setting, an 8-page starting adventure, and four 2-page mini-deliveries, it's ideal for both one-shot "Beer & Pretzels" gaming as well as longer campaigns.

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$15 USD

Ninja Burger: No Honor

Ninja Burger, the world's only fast-food chain run by ninja, is looking for new recruits. Do you have what it takes to work for them? Pirates need not apply!

This No Honor Edition uses the same rules as the 2nd Edition Ninja Burger RPG, but strips away some of the surface matter to get the game back to its original Beer & Pretzels Roots (or is that Sake and Pocky?) The big difference? No Honor, of course! Who needs to worry about honor and "levels" when you expect to die on your first delivery? If you survive, you get Survival Points. But you probably won't survive.

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$5 USD

Ninja-To Go

Ninja-To Go is a simple little board game designed to be played between other, more fun games while you're waiting for other people to show up or get out of the bathroom or whatnot. From 2 to 8 players pick a ninja, then race to make deliveries and kill one another. The winner is the last surviving ninja, or the first to accrue enough points.

The game includes four printable sheets with cut-out game tiles, ninja figures, and dice cards - in Japanese Kanji of course. Two of the tile cards contain all the rules for setup and gameplay. Each game is designed to be played in 5-10 minutes.

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$2USD

Ninja Burger: 9th Level

The first edition of the Ninja Burger RPG was published in 2001 by 9th Level Games, creators of Kobolds Ate My Baby. It used a variant of their BEER engine called SAKE, and was designed for 30 minute play sessions.

In the months and years that followed, 9th Level released three supplements for the game: Teenage Mutant Ninja Burger, Iron Ninja Burger Monkey, and BurgerTECH. Although all of these were very popular with fans, the game is now out of print.

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