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Fruit Ninja headed to Kinect?

29 Apr 2011

According to Siliconera, the Korean equivalent of the New Zealand Office of Film and Literature Classification has rated Fruit Ninja for Kinect.

This one has to be strictly filed under "rumour" for the time being, but it's easy to see how the touchscreen-driven mobile phone game would make a near perfect fit for Kinect. In Fruit Ninja, the player is tasked with slicing and dicing fruit with swipes of their finger, which can be easily replicated on Kinect.

Halfbrick, the developer of Fruit Ninja, has previously released two games on the Xbox LIVE Arcade marketplace: Raskulls and Echoes.

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