One day while Mr and Mrs Fruts were having a picnic, an evil skull called Pedro appeared and turned all their friends into FRUITS!
Control Mr Fruts while he and his best friend 'Frutorious F.I.G.' embark on a rather silly platform puzzling adventure to rescue his friends.
Nominated for two TIGA awards: Best Casual Game and Audio Design
'Cool Game' - James Mielke, Pixel Junk Games
'bloody brilliant' - Rob Fearon, OwVideogames
'cute and colorful' - Appolicious.com
'plays quite a bit like the unholy spawn of Angry Birds with your favourite 80s platformer of choice' - Indiegames.com
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** What's new in Frutorious HD **
Frutorious is back remixed, remastered and in glorious hi-definition!
Three years in the making, Frutorious HD takes the 2012 TIGA award nominated cult favourite and treats every single level with a redesign and polish, new HD art and the same great manic puzzle action that made the original a much loved classic.
But the improvements don't stop there; we've also added an aiming guide and tweaked the controls so they're easier to pick up for beginners.
We've also removed all the IAP so now when you buy the game, all 144 levels are yours!
And don't worry, our endless arcade mode Frutorious Pro is still there! Even that has had countless improvements both to gameplay and graphics.
Frutorious HD is the definitive version of Frutorious and will doubtless go down in history as a game about an apple with a moustache and a rapper made out of modelling clay.
Ratings and Reviews
Very cute game for the young ones!
I had to come and give a five star review, because you can see the amount of hard work that the developer put into this original game. The game is cute, with a FEEL GOOD vibe, don’t let the first few levels fool you, this game gets intense! I can see MANY hours being lost trying to get all the fruit, to get the covenanted perfect 3 star score!
While I thought this game was somewhat strange at first, it began to grow on me after the first couple levels. The music is catchy and the graphics remind me very much of the old N64 game Yoshi's Story. Definitely worth a try.
The only thing worse than the story is the game mechanics. Movement is clunky and inconsistent. Animation style is nice with good textures. Each frame could be a piece of felt art from summer camp. Too bad the mechanics are so terrible that it’s not worth continuing to see the art on the rest of the levels.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.