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Submitted by s8anicslayer 566d ago | opinion piece

The 50 Best Game Series on iOS: Fruit Ninja and Casual Action Games from Halfbrick

When it come to casual action games on iOS, one company has found incredible success: Australia’s Halfbrick Studios. Every one of their games is simple to pick up and play, with bright colors and appealing characters, and they’ve resonated with App Store gamers. Fruit Ninja alone has become a best-selling phenomenon, but Halfbrick has continued to innovate and expand with each new game. (Fruit Ninja, Halfbrick, iPad, iPhone)

Wildarmsjecht  +   566d ago
Oh god...

I love InFamous. I'm ready for that game to be in my hands NOW...

But I couldn't stomach more than 17 seconds of this tripe. Fox and other media outlets that hardly know what they're talking about ruins it for me.

"Meet my friend..the God of Waaahh"
*Click*

I'm out.
Enemy  +   566d ago
Lol wrong article, buddy.
ExCest  +   566d ago
You certainly are out.

Out of it.

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