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Fruit Ninja Review
by on January 17, 2011
Fruit Ninja is one of those games that have quickly built up a cult following among the mobile phone gamers and for good reason – it’s simple, addictive and offers variety in the game play.
The effect is pretty much the same on the Windows Phone 7 platform – that is, until you realise you’ve just lost an hour of your life you’ll never get back slicing virtual fruit.
The main modes are all there: Arcade, Zen and Classic, and each offer a genuinely different fruity flavour to the game.
Achievements and Xbox Live leaderboards are welcome additions too, and very quickly you’ll be gaining the coveted Achievements to push you on to wanting more gameplay to nab greater amounts of kudos.
There is something a little irritating about this version though, and that’s the feeling that it’s a tad less accurate than on other platforms, with some swipes going unnoticed and forcing you to lose the game.
Overall, it’s a solid port of the game to the Windows Phone 7 platform, but it lags slightly behind its iPhone compatriot in overall slickness
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