Fruit Ninja and all other Halfbrick paid games go free on iOS


Halfbrick, the company behind games like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, has slashed prices on all of its iOS titles to zero.

This is a great offer that will last a limited amount of time, so if you want to get any of the games, you’d have to make up your mind relatively quickly.

Of course, Fruit Ninja is the best-known title in this selection, but we've played a few other games from Halfbrick and they were generally games with fun gameplay and not too intrusive in-app purchases.

We should also note that this sale happens just days after EA announced a massive sale of its titles as the summer season kicks off. It's a great season for the app and games shopper, so if you feel in the mood for grabbing a few new games for your iDevice, take a look at these discounted games by Halfbrick, and do not hesitate to let us know which one you like best.


source: mobiFlip (translated)

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6 Comments

1. fouadqr

Posts: 326; Member since: Nov 21, 2012

IOS ..the king of APPS AND GAMES

2. NokiaFTW

Posts: 2072; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

I buy an iPad, and my favorite game goes free. Could like get any sweeter? :D

3. techspace

Posts: 1037; Member since: Sep 03, 2012

Many paid apps go free on ios sometimes but the android apps(by the same developers) don't....is there any reason for that?(sometimes they go free, but it very rare, unlike ios) I don't wait for paid apps to go free, but i think it can reduce piracy and prevent installation of pirated apps, thereby reducing malware on android.

5. andyqkw

Posts: 5; Member since: Apr 23, 2014

You don't see them do the same on Windows Phone as well...

4. LikeMyself

Posts: 631; Member since: Sep 23, 2013

I bet the game and app devs get massive pleasure when they release Android version of their products 2-3 months after their release on iOS!! And even more when they troll us(android users) by turning their products free on iOS and never on Android! I think there's also something to do with Google preventing them from turning products free for limited time! I remember on Symbian 3/Belle, in Nokia Store, games/apps would turn free during special occasions such as premium themes or Asphalt. Not the jerky .jar apps, but the great .sis format!!

6. Planterz

Posts: 2120; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

People pay for Fruit Ninja? Why?

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