Fruit Ninja Free is on Android Market

July 22, 2011
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I would bet that any of you that are into mobile games have heard of Fruit Ninja. This really cool game has been around for a while now. Back in late March, the game was on Amazon as the free app of the day. Halfbrick Studios has now announced that the game is on the Android Market for free. The free version is called Fruit Ninja Free.

Reading the free version description it sounds just like the older pay version that sold for a bit over a dollar. You get three play modes with Classic, Zen, and Arcade. You get the same power ups in arcade mode like Freeze, Frenzy, and Double Score. Players can also unlock custom blades and achievements. The thing that is a bit confusing is that the normal pay version of Fruit Ninja is still available as well.

It has the same description as the free version. The HD version for tablets is also still available. If you grab the new free version and find any differences between it and the older paid version let us know. This is a cool game and if you don't have it grab the free version, it's tons of fun.


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  • http://twitter.com/MattBanner1 Matt Banner

    An excellent addition to the pale and boring Blackberry
    appworld, even though a little work has to be done on the graphics but it is
    still a great time killer. Ninja fruit Bash is currently no 4 in the top paid
    apps for the Blackberry. You can check it out here:
    http://radiomobiletech.com/news/news-news/ninja-fruit-bash-lands-on-no-4-spot-in-blackberry-app-world.html

  • http://twitter.com/surfer24 Karthic Sinnadurai

    The versions are the same except there is a new “rewards” section and a points systems asks to sign up for an account 

  • http://twitter.com/surfer24 Karthic Sinnadurai

    The versions are the same except there is a new “rewards” section and a points systems asks to sign up for an account 

  • http://twitter.com/surfer24 Karthic Sinnadurai

    The versions are the same except there is a new “rewards” section and a points systems asks to sign up for an account 

  • http://twitter.com/surfer24 Karthic Sinnadurai

    The versions are the same except there is a new “rewards” section and a points systems asks to sign up for an account