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It's hard to go wrong when you make a copy of a game that already existed. 4/5 for classic Fruit Ninja.
This is why I got this game. How could fruit ninja be playable on a calculator? That's what made this game so intriguing. The controls are revolutionary, but that doesn't mean good. It's alright, it's creative, and I don't know how else it could be done, but don't expect them to be amazing. The controls definitely take some getting used to and make scoring over 50 extremely hard.
Almost just like the iPod touch. I'm amazed at how they did that. This designer is very talented.
The interface gets you thinking. I like how there isn't a start button and you have to slice the fruit to start, just like on the iTouch. Perfect! File size is good too.
Lasting appeal: 3/5
This game is hype. It was on top, but I don't see it staying in front of Phoenix for long. It will always have that intriguing appeal to newbies, but half of them will probably hate it after they try it. I won't be deleting this game, I'll probably play it now and again.
It's not that great of a game, but it's the creativity that will make this game remembered down to road. Don't miss this game, but don't expect it to be as good as it presents itself.