iPhone Hit Fruit Ninja Sells 1 Million Copies

Mon, Jul 5, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

Halfbrick, the creators of the highly popular Fruit Ninja games on the iTunes app store are happy to announce that the game has sold a whopping one million copies. Weighing in at only $.99, the game packs a lot of slicin’ and dicin’  on this side of late night infomercials.

The objective in Fruit Ninja is extremely simple and clever: Slice the fruits as they bounce on the screen while avoiding bombs and not missing a single fruit. As the game progresses, it speeds up creating tension and thrills.

The game is consistently updated with new modes and challenges which makes it an easy purchase at its light price. Halfbrick isn’t stopping there however, as they are gearing up for the iPad release titled Fruit Ninja HD.

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