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This is a guide to Team Battles, one of the game modes of Ninjala! Read more to find out what a team battle is, how to play alone, how to invite friends, and how to win Team Battles!
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Team Battles are battles where instead of 8 players battling against each other, it's two teams of 4 battling against each other. The goals and scoring are the same, but at the end, each team member's points are added up and their sum is the team score. This is then compared to the team score of the opposing side.
The PvP Menu is the two crossed swords icon in the main menu. You'll have to unlock this mode by playing a few battles first if you are new.
In the top choice, it defaults to Battle Royale. You can change it to say Team Battle.
Press the big button on the bottom of the screen.
In the main menu, press zR to open up the Friends Menu.
In the Friends menu, press A to select a friend to invite. Selected friends will have a checkmark next to their name.
If you press X, it will open a rule selection screen similar to that of NInjala Battle's selection screen. Use this to modify what kind of match you and your friend will join.
You can send the invite to your friend by pressing Y. Select OK afterwards and wait for your friend's response.
Team battles can be won by amassing more points than the opposite team. This can be done in multiple ways, just like in Battle Royale mode:
However, with Team Battle, there are a couple of extra hints to help you and your teammates rise to the top.
This includes the Echoing Scream special, whose usefulness increases tenfold in Team Battle situations. Some items that aren't as good in solo play work wonders when you have others with you!
Stopping someone's combo could save your teammate from getting KO'd or worse, IPPON'd. The less points your enemy has, the better. You can interrupt opponents who aren't clashing by attacking them mid-combo.
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