Ninja Awakening is a new unofficial Naruto game for the iOS and Android platforms. This RPG starts you off battling against a number of fearsome creatures, unlocking new heroes, leveling them up and upgrading them, and a whole lot more, while also earning gold and bronze coins along the way.
There are a ton of ways to get rewards in this game, but free ones are occasionally given out using Redemption Codes. Redemption Codes are a type of gift code that can be redeemed for prizes, and is given out by the developers for promotional or loyalty reward purchases.
Read on for a list of Redemption Codes, how to exchange them, and how to find more of them in Ninja Awakening!
At minimum, you have to finish the tutorial before you can do anything else. Until you finish the tutorial, you will only be able to tap what the game tells you to tap, but afterwards, you will be able to tap anywhere that you want.
Once you finish it, tap on the button on the main screen that says “benefits“, then tap the button that says “Codes“. A text box will pop up, allowing you to type or copy and paste a gift code into it. Confirm the code to get your free rewards.
So where do you go about finding gift codes? The best place to start looking is on social media, especially on Facebook. Go to the official page for the game (ignore any page that wants you to take a survey in exchange for codes) and look at all of the posts and pictures. Subscribe to the page so that any new codes that get posted will be seen right away.
Look for any Facebook groups about the game that have been started by players; you can even start on yourself if you want to. Closed Facebook groups are excellent sources for codes, because players will join them in order to discuss the game. If you are a member of one and you find a code that has not been shared, then be sure to share that code with the group.
Go to other social media networks as well, such as Instagram, VK, Twitter, and Chinese social media networks, and look for official pages for the game that are run by the developer. Look for any codes that they have posted and subscribe to any of their pages that you find. Often, they will post codes on one platform or page, but not on any of the others.
Another good place to look is on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, in the section where all of the reviews are. There is a good chance that a player somewhere along the line has posted a review containing a code or two. If you don’t see any codes posted here but you have some codes, then be sure to post them in a review of your own.
Go to the Subreddit for the game for a good chance of finding codes. Look for any threads that have been posted by other players that contain codes, or look at the answers posted when a player asks for codes. Be sure to share any codes that you have that you don’t see posted here, too.
One of the most underrated sources for codes is video and streaming websites. Twitch, YouTube, Facebook live, and others are great sources for codes, many of which can be found in nowhere else, including the official developer social media channels.
This is because streamers and content creators get codes sent directly to them by the developers, so that they can post them for promotional purposes. These serve to promote not only the game itself, but the social media channels of the Youtubers and streamers, making it a mutually beneficial situation. Look through any video or stream source that you can for the best chance at finding codes.
Discord is an excellent source for codes, because it’s the most popular app for chat rooms about the game, and for games in general, meaning that you have an excellent chance of finding codes shared in real time by other players. To make the process easier, go to the search bar and type in the word “Codes“ in the app, so that you can automatically weed out any chat messages that don’t contain codes. Be sure to skip all of the messages from players asking for codes, and scroll down to the ones where players actually share codes.
At any of the above sources, you can also go to the comment section and look around to see if any other players have posted Codes of their own, because this is where many players will share codes that they have found. The most likely comment sections to find codes are YouTube and read it, with Facebook coming in slightly behind them, but anywhere else that you can find a comment section is worth looking at.
As of right now, the following codes have been shared for the game:
All of these codes are case sensitive, so be sure to enter them properly, with the capital letters and the lowercase letters in the right places.
Be sure to keep checking back, however, because we keep checking our sources constantly to see when new codes are posted!