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Fruit Ninja Kinect's Free Christmas DLC is up now

12:15 PM on 12.14.2011

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

I love Halfbrick. They're good guys that make good games. Fruit Ninja is one of those games that everyone loves. I mean, how could you not love karate chopping flying fruit? 

You also love free stuff, right? Fruit Ninja Kinect gets free Christmas DLC today. You'll get to check out Santa's Workshop, turn your body into a human snow globe, and slice holiday goodies and other fruit with a Candy Cane Blade. Halfbrick says that all new items can be found under "Christmas Present" in the Sensei Swag menu upon download.

Go download your free DLC!

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