It's an ad, so bear with the never ending attempts to sneak in Toaster Strudels but here's master swordsman and multiple Guinness World Records holder Isao Machii slicing up fruit with a real sword better than any wannabe ninja can on his phone.
Of all the trends to close out 2011, I couldn't be happier with the emergence of Animals Playing Games On Gadgets. First came the agile bearded dragon, then the vicious African Bullfrog, and now, in perhaps the most impressive display yet: a cat that is very, very good at Fruit Ninja.
Tired of your friends with the iPhone 4 and 4S showing you how awesome HDR is? Yeah, screw those jerks. You can get HDR for free today on your iPhone 3GS. That'll show 'em. Dead Space won an award and now it's cheaper and let's play a football video game. No one's ever thought of making one of those before.
Your Fruit Ninja high score is irrelevant. In fact, no game of Fruit Ninja that you've played in your life so far matters anymore, not now that a motion tracking system, 5.1 surround sound, and a Wiimote have given the popular mobile game this insane virtual reality iteration. The only thing the CAVE—the Cave…
It's a good sign to see very popular iOS games—Fruit Ninja and Pocket God—get ported to Windows Phone 7. These games, and the previous games that got ported, means developers are able to make the transition from iOS/Android to Windows Phone rather easily, unlike the transition from iOS to Android, which seems to be…
Fruit Ninja, an iPhone favorite, is coming to the iPad this week, the bigger dojo allowing for more luxurious, 8-finger multi-touch slashing and head-to-head competition against other players. Bigger, riper fruits and craftier ninjas? Sounds good to me. [TouchArcade]