List of Purchasables | Ninjala

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This is an article regarding the possible items to purchase in the game Ninjala. Read more to find out what you can buy from the shops by both using Jalas and Real Money!

List of Purchasables

Purchasable by Money

Jala

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You can purchase Jalas, the in-game currency, for real money in the shop. Jala is used to buy cosmetics, gachas and Ninjala Passes. Read our guide below to find out more.
How to Get More Jalas

DLCs

There are some DLCs that can be purchased using real money. Some examples are the Tengu DLC pack that was released on on July 21 2020.

Purchasable by Jalas

Ninjala Pass

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You can purchase a Ninjala Pass at the cost of Jala in the shop. Read more about it in our guide down below!
Is the Ninjala Pass Worth Buying? | Ninjala Pass Guide

Ninja Bundle

The Ninja Bundle is an upgraded Ninja pass that advances you 25 tiers as well.

Tiers

You can buy Tiers as well to quickly get items you want in the rewards list at the cost of Jala.

Cosmetics

Using Jala, you can buy items that modify the appearance of your character and game mechanics, although all of these are strictly superficial and have no bearing on gameplay. Once bought, they can be equipped in the Closet menu. Below are the categories of cosmetics you can purchase.

Costumes, Headgear, Facial Accessories You can buy outfits that your character can wear in-game.
Gum Bottles You can buy Gum Bottles that modify the container of gum at your character's back, but does not modify the gum itself.
IPPON Decorations You can buy items that modify the appearance of your IPPONs on your screen and opponents' screens.
Emotes You can buy different emotes to use in-game.

Where to Buy Purchasables

All of these shops can be found in the Shop portion of the Main Menu.

Jala Shop

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The Jala Shop is where you go to buy Jala in-game. Read more in the Jala guide posted above.

Ninjala Pass Shop

The Ninjala Pass shop is where you go to buy Ninjala Passes, Ninja Bundles and Tiers.

Specialty Shop

Ninjala Specialty Shop
The specialty shop sells cosmetics daily and refreshes stock so it sells unique items every day. Read more in our guide to the Specialty Shop!
What is the Specialty Shop?

Gumball Machine

The Gumball Machine is a gacha-like mechanic that offers you random items if you spend Jala or Gold Medals. Find out more in our guide down below!
How Does the Gumball Machine Work? | Gumball Machine Guide

Related Links - Ninjala

Beginner's Guides | How to Play

Tier Lists
Gum Weapon Tier List Shinobi Cards Tier List and Guide
Beginner Guides
Top 5 Tips for Beginners!
How to Get Gold Medals How to Get Jalas
Basic Controls and Movement Guide Glossary and Terminologies
Battle Pass Guide How to Unlock Assist Codes
Battle Related Guides
Character Customization Guide What is Ippon
How to Escape Combos How to Block
What is Break Attack Parry Guide
Team Battle Guide S Burst Mode Guide
Combo Guide What Are Drones?
How to Use Gum Utsusemi Best Camera Settings
How to Lock-On How to do Warp Attacks
What is Super Armor What Do Big Weapons Do?
FAQs
Does Online Play Require a Nintendo Account DIfference Between Free and Paid Jala
What is Gum Consumption? Is the Ninjala Pass Worth Buying?
How Does the Gumball Machine Work? How to Play with Friends
What is the Specialty Shop? List of Purchasables

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