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I contend that one of Square Enix's finest acquisitions in 2010's take-over of Eidos Interactive was the six miniature trained killers of 2009's action-adventure, Mini Ninjas. Soon they will be an animated series, but for now they're an endless runner, and I've missed them so much.

We've not heard much from Hiro and his tiny assassin friends since 2009's Mini Ninjas, which makes sense; you're not supposed to hear ninja. Fans will get a chance to learn that for themselves come June 29, when Square Enix releases Mini Ninjas Adventures, a Kinect-powered fight-fest for Xbox Live arcade.

Square Enix has filed new trademarks in relation to the Mini Ninjas franchise. Which, very quietly, is one of my favourite games of this entire console generation. So this is way more exciting than it should be.

It looks like we'll be seeing a lot more of Eidos' Mini Ninjas in the future, as film and television production company 4Kids Entertainment becomes the property's global licensing agent.

IO Interactive's tiny little messengers of death are launching an all-out assault across multiple gaming platforms next month, as Eidos cuts down a September release date before it even has time to scream.

Eidos introduces us to the least-mini of the Mini Ninjas, Futo, with the stirring story of the love that forms between a young overweight child and his sledgehammer.

IO Interactive takes a step away from their popular Hitman franchise to introduce us to an all-new, all-tiny brand of hero, with the announcement of Mini Ninjas