Collect and upgrade blades and powerups in action-packed fun!
Ready your blade, ninja. Everyone's favourite fruit slicing action adventure is back with an exciting, real-time competitive edge!
Challenge other ninjas from around the world as you work your way up the ranks to become the Fruit Ninja champion. Whether your reflexes are sharp, wisdom is deep, or you just really hate organic food, Fruit Ninja 2 promises to give you deep, engaging matches in bite-sized slices of time. So what are you waiting for? Draw your blade and prepare to fight!
- Most addictive player-versus-player gameplay on mobile
- Turn the tide of battle when you unleash an all new variety of powerups
- Collect and hone powerful and legendary blades to get the edge over your opponents
- Beautiful arenas set the stage for ultimate showdowns
- Become a champion by slicing your way up through the leagues
- Master combos, criticals, and blitzing to find your winning strategy
- Invite others using the VS Friend mode to find out who the greatest ninja is among your friends and family
- Show off your inner ninja as you unlock avatars and taunt packs
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- Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Great game with horrible bugs.
I was a massive fan of the first game and grew up with it and I was stoked to see a sequel. The gameplay and multiplayer of the game works really well and I enjoy the different modes. My biggest gripe is the amount of bugs in the game. In multiplayer, I’ve been seconds away from victory only for the game to glitch out and boot me to the main menu. A particularly buggy section of the game is the minigame shuffle; you have to pay in-game tickets to participate which is fine (they’re relatively easy to come by). The problem is when I’m in the third stage of minigames, I finish up the last one and nothing happens and the event doesn’t end. I close the game to see if that would help and all progress is lost and I just wasted a ticket. On one occasion, I tapped to start the minigame shuffle and nothing happened, yet a ticket was taken off anyways. There are a few other minor glitches in the game too. Although these bugs are frustrating, I do understand the game just recently came out and I trust the developers to work on these glitches. It’s still a great game to kill time and play in short bursts every now and then!
Great game, unsportsmanlike community
I want to start this review by commending the team who took such an iconic game and turned it into so much more. The multiplayer mode is such a creative translation of the original game—true to the original but with extra flare.
The sad thing, however, is that some of the power-ups in Multiplayer breed very unsportsmanlike behavior. Twice in a row now I’ve been matched with players whose only strategy is to constantly spam the Blue Fruit and Flip Colors power-ups, which, for those of you who don’t play, basically prevents me from being able to play the game at all, and forces me to watch as my opponent basically steals all of my turns to play from me, ensuring their victory.
These power-ups are an essential part of the game, but they are far too easily abused, and without equally strong power-ups, the game becomes miserable to play. Because the behavior of other players cannot be changed, there NEEDS TO BE SOME KIND OF OPTION TO BLOCK PLAYERS YOU DON’T WANT TO MATCH UP WITH AGAIN. I am completely uninterested in this kind of unsportsmanlike gameplay and should have the right to not be matched up with players who I already know prevent meaningful play of game for me. I don’t think these power-ups should be limited or taken away, so this is the only fair solution I can think of.
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Overall a great game but has some flaws.
First a foremost, this game is absolutely worth the download. The different game modes are fun and bring a refreshing change of pace to the game. However, it would be nice if Classic or Arcade mode was always available. Occasionally you’ll be stuck for a couple days with nothing to play but online multiplayer. I have nothing against the online multiplayer but I will say that if you get the right power ups it gets too easy and it takes some of the fun out of it. I’ve also noticed that multiplayer is where I experience the most crashes.
Second, the level cap is far too easy to reach. In no time at all I had reached 100.
Third, and my number one complaint is that I really wish there was some sort of margin at the top. Just about every game I play ends up getting paused because I either get a notification that covers the entire top of the screen or I accidentally swipe close to the top of my screen and it activates the drop down menu.
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- 560.3 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
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- Age Rating
- © 2020 Halfbrick Studios Pty Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- Handful of Gems $1.99
- Special Offer 3 $2.99
- Season Pass $9.99
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