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Fruit Ninja Coming to Android
You probably have seen the news about Angry Birds, a very popular game for the iOS, was being ported over to Android. As it turns out the Android hype has touched a few other devs out there because according to XDA member Archon810, a version of the popular Fruit Ninja will be ported to Android in a couple of days. While there are clones and variants of the original game (Ninja Kaka among others), this is the original thing being ported. Not an awful lot is known at the moment (like the availability of the game, free or paid app), but we are glad to see the sudden interest of other devs in this platform.
According to the CEO of Halfbrick who I talked to today, Fruit Ninja, which is one of the most popular games on iOS is coming to Android in 2 days.
Details and a video preview of the new Arcade game mode on the iPad are here: Fruit Ninja Coming To Android Wednesday + New Arcade Mode [AppNation]
Btw, he said it only took the company 2 weeks to port Fruit Ninja from iOS to Android using the NDK.
You can find more information in the discussion thread.
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