Keyboard & Mouse controls are similar to games like Soldat and Abuse. You use the mouse to aim/target and the keyboard to move. The primary mouse button will attack using your currently selected weapon, scroll will change weapons, and the secondary mouse button will release your grappling line. If you have a one button mouse or simply prefer to use the keyboard the number keys will switch weapons and the space key will activate your kaginawa grappling line.
Control Pads will give the players faster control abilities than keyboard & mouse, but have the disadvantage of not having the constant and absolute targeting of the mouse. To overcome this the secondary analog stick is centred on the player and moves the targeting reticle to create a vector between the player and the reticle. Move the stick quickly to the right and your attacks will aim right. Move the secondary analog stick as far as you can to the top right and throw a bomb and your ninja will throw as hard as he/she can up and to the right. Let off the secondary analog stick and your ninja will attack directly ahead of them.
Android touch screen uses multi-touch and gestures. Control will have a more direct feel than keyboard & mouse and a much more direct feel than control pad, but will be a little more complex and players may have a speed advantage over physical controls. For Android the control layout will be as follows: