Black & White Bushido

Black & White Bushido

Black & White Bushido is an arena fighting game between light and shadow samurai. Battle for control of the light or the dark in multiple arenas, hiding from your foes and striking when they least expect it. 

Black and White Bushido  - Available now on Steam.


Battle against computer controlled opponents, or fight your friends in frantic four player local multiplayer


Hide in the light or shadow and use your shurikens or smoke bombs to attack enemies from afar.


Defeat challenge mode, dominate the battlefield in Capture the Flag, or defeat your enemies in Team Deathmatch.


  • Steam Player – BillyBobLee

    12 October 2015

    This game is really fun with 3 other mates and a lot of beer.
    If you’ve ever seen and loved Samurai Jack : Episode XL: Samurai versus Ninja, then you’ll love this game.

  • Steam Player – Djnightfires

    23 March 2016

    Fun, Intense Game when playing against other players (not to mention the Challenge Mode aswell) and with the Online Multi-Player coming out this year it’s definitely worth giving it a go

  • Gamegrin

    November 4 2016
    Black & White Bushido is, at its core, a fun and very interesting arena fighting game that was created with a simple premise. You have two samurai, one light and one shadow, which can be played by a player each, and the idea is that you need to kill the other enemy as fast as possible in order to rack up the highest score. The higher the score, the better the results.
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  • International Business Times

    September 25 2015
    “Black & White: Bushido is a ninja stealth game pitting light vs dark, which makes cool use of the two shades to show the flow and progression of a battle…With double jumps, wall jumps and one-hit kills, Black and White was a fast-paced, exciting, smart and compelling game.”
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    May 20, 2014

    “Bushido had us excitedly shouting at the screen with every kill and flag capture… can’t wait to get stuck back into the action”
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