Fruit Ninja is a video game developed by Halfbrick. It was first released in April 2010 for the iPod Touch and the iPad. It was later ported to Android OS devices, and on December 22, 2010 to Windows Phone. The game features an endless variety of fruits. You can also play the game in real time by tapping on the screen. The controls are quite easy and are simple to learn. Just follow the instructions carefully to succeed.
There are 5 reels and twenty paylines on the Ninja Fruits slot. The game features a gamble all win feature where you can try to double your winnings up to five times. The gamble all feature involves guessing the right suit and color of a card. If you guess correctly, you win two times or four times the amount you bet. The more you guess correctly, the higher your payouts will be. You can try the game for free to see if it’s for you.
The graphics in Ninja Fruits are okay, but nothing spectacular. The animations are unique and fun, and the sound effects are funny. You can hear the game’s soundtrack in the bonus game, but it’s not as good as the music from the main game. The audio of the bonus game is not the best of the Play’n Go soundtrack. The gameplay is fun and rewarding, but you should be careful not to get too carried away by the extras.