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Fruit Ninja Coming to A Kinect Near You

Posted on Friday, April 29 @ 14:46:45 PST by Blake_Morse

Australian based game developers, Halfbrick (you know, the guys who made Raskulls) have had monumental success with their iPhone/iPad/iEverything game, Fruit Ninja. Now it appears they're ready to take that success from the tiny touch screen to the larger screen and make your body do what your finger used to by creating a version of the game for the Xbox 360 and its respective motion gaming device, the Kinect.

A listing for Fruit Ninja Kinect has appeared on the website for the Korean Game Ratings Board, which is like the ESRB, only Korean. I've tried to contact Halfbrick directly to see what they have to say about it, but as of this post we have not heard back from them. If we do, we'll be sure to let you know what they have to say in a later post.

For those of you who've never played Fruit Ninja, the premise is simple enough. Cut the fruit like a ninja, but don't cut the bombs or you will lose and all of your friends will make fun of you. I can only imagine the insanely awesome Kung-Fu moves folks will try to pull of if this comes to the home console, not to mention all the personal items that may get broken and bodily harm that may ensue from such real ultimate power. Hopefully it'll be something like this.


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