In the newly released free-to-play Ninjala, there is an in-game currency called “Jala.” In the game, you can either pay for Jala through in-game purchases or earn it through the Battle Passes. Essentially, Jala is used to purchase items in the shop like Ninjala Passes, Ninja Gum, and other cosmetics. In this guide, we are going to explain how to get Jala in Ninjala.
How to Get Jala in Ninjala
The first and most direct way to get Jala in Ninjala is through buying it in the Nintendo eShop, for around $10 for 1,000 Jala. This is going to be the easiest and quickest way to get Jala, but it does cost real money. While this game does have microtransactions, all of the paid items are going to go towards cosmetic items and nothing can be purchased that will improve a player’s gameplay.
The next way to get the Ninjala Jala currency is through leveling up and earning the rewards in the battle passes. These passes function similarly to battle passes in other games like Fortnite or Call of Duty. If you’re not familiar with the system, the game’s battle pass offers tier-based rewards based on performance in games for a limited amount of time.
In terms of battle passes available, there are two different varieties, with one yielding more rewards. The Ninjala pass offers rewards at every tier for 100 tiers, like more Jala and cosmetics, while the free pass offers fewer rewards. The Ninjala pass will cost 950 Jala and Season 1 is currently set to end in late August.
There is also another version of the Ninjala pass, called the “Ninja Bundle,” which automatically unlocks the first 25 tiers for the player, and is available for 2,800 Jala. It may be a better option for someone who does not have enough time to grind the usual 100 tiers. However, this option will require more Ninjala Jala, which will likely take a lot of grinding, or money.
If you’re interested in saving Jala, you may want to avoid using it on the randomized gumball dispenser. As you continue to play and get first in the online battles, you receive gold Ninja Medals, which can be used for unlocking Shinobi cards or on the gumball machine to get the cosmetics offered. So, if you are more focused on buying cosmetics from the in-game specialty shop, you will want to use your gold Ninja Medals for the gumball machine and save the Jala for the specialty shop.
Also, if you have both free Jala and paid Jala in your inventory, the paid Jala is automatically going to be used before the free Jala.
To get large amounts of Ninjala Jala quickly, you will, unfortunately, have to spend money in the game, but there are free ways to get Jala through the battle passes. The best course of action is spending $10 to get the Ninjala Pass, which is the premium version of the battle pass that offers more tier rewards and obtaining Jala through leveling up in the battle pass.
Now that you know how to get Jala in Ninjala, you can download the game for free on the Nintendo eShop.