MacLife: "Super Fruitfall's developers must not have been too keen on their choice of soundtrack, since the game presents you with an option to disable sounds each time it's launched. Too bad they didn't warn us about the rest of the game, too.
We expect more, even in casual games. The object of each board is to remove pieces of fruit by matching them in sets of three or more. What sets Fruitfall apart from dozens of other similar games, however, is its use of obstacles and angles; boards can be rotated left, right, or upside down, causing the fruit to succumb to perils of gravity. It's fun to watch the fruit fall and bounce, but the novelty of the gameplay wears off very quickly."