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April 23rd, 2010 - To celebrate the release of Fruit Ninja on iPhone, we are putting together a little healthy competition. It’s fruit, so of course it’s healthy.

Thanks to Openfeint integration, Fruit Ninja tracks your highest score in one game of Fruit Ninja, and it also tracks total fruit killed over all games played. Today we would like to announce the Great Fruit Massacre of 2010– the Openfeint player who is sitting atop the Best Score leaderboard and has slashed the most fruit in one game will have their username written in Fruit Ninja history. We will include an Achievement in a future update to the game, and this will be named after the fruit-hating hero. The competition will close on 11:59pm PST on April 30, 2010, and the top scorer will become immortalized!

That’s all there is to it! Grab the game from the App Store for 99 cents and shoot for legendary Fruit Ninja status. The winner will be published on both the Fruit Ninja and Halfbrick website, with the update including the winning Openfeint Achievement coming very shortly after.



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Halfbrick is a professional game development studio based in Brisbane, Australia. Founded in 2001, it has developed popular titles for the Game Boy Advance, PSP, PlayStation 2 and Nintendo DS, with expansion into XBLA, PS3 and iPhone development. For further information, please visit www.halfbrick.com and follow on Twitter, Youtube and Facebook!

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