Fruit Ninja is getting a major rework soon

Same slicing concept though After years of success as one of the top mobile games on the platform, Fruit Ninja is...

Same slicing concept though

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After years of success as one of the top mobile games on the platform, Fruit Ninja is getting a rework. According to developer Halfbrick, both the iOS and Android versions will be getting new features and a completely transformed UI.

Basically every menu is getting reworked, new gear and unlockables are being added, and “almost every item” will have a unique effect on gameplay, which “breaks” the score ceiling and adds new strategies to the mix.

The update is set to arrive in October.

Fruit Ninja is receiving a major, renovating update in early October [Pocket Gamer]

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