14th Jun 2012 - Halfbrick, the leading Australian game development studio behind the chart-topping iOS games Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, today announced that it has partnered with several leading international consumer product companies to bring Fruit Ninja licensed products to fans worldwide. Normally this would not qualify as gaming news, but .. Read More.
1st Jun 2012 - Australian mobile game developer Halfbrick today celebrates the two-year anniversary of its hit sensation Fruit Ninja, marking its success as one of the world's most recognizable brands in the mobile gaming space with some remarkable milestones. In 2012, the title was officially recognized as the second highest-selling App Store game of.. Read More.
25th May 2012 - When Fruit Ninja was released two years ago, I'll bet that the developer of the vegetation slicing app, Halfbrick Studios, had no idea that their game would reach quite the levels of success that it has. Halfbrick aren't ones to sit around and bathe in their victory, no, rather than doing that, they have instead decided to let players .. Read More.
18th May 2012 - As a general rule, when you look close enough most video games have a story behind them that explains how they came to be, and the Fruit Ninja games are no exception to this rule. Their story starts with what was a small Australian game developer called Halfbrick Studios that at the time was best known for a handful of game series -- T.. Read More.