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Wednesday, November 16, 2005
GameDev.net's Four Elements IV Contest results are out, with 'Ninja Loves Pirate' bagging the top prize. The contest itself is a great concept that features entries with an assortment of robots, pirates, ninjas and zombies.

Ninja Loves Pirate is a platformer that shows plenty of promise. You can alternate between two playable characters anytime during play, using their respective strengths to tackle murderous and flesh-craving zombies. Graphics are pure eye-candy, much like sprites from the Metal Slug series.

4E4 results can be found here, and all entries are listed on this page, available for download. Congratulations to all the winners!

Name: Ninja Loves Pirate
Developer: Greasebeat Games
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 30MB