Halfbrick giving away its iOS games for a limited time, even Fruit Ninja
The game developers at Halfbrick have created a large catalog of fun, quirky iOS games over the last four years that span a wide range of genres and tastes. You want to kill waves of zombies in adorable fashion? Age of Zombies is right there for you. Fantasize about destroying fruit like a martial arts master? Fruit Ninja turns your fingers into swords. Maybe you're a casual gamer who just wants to help jumping fish fight against an ever-changing climate? Fish Out of Water! is ready to fill that need. And now, for a limited time, you can fill those needs for free.
Normally Halfbrick's game's are $0.99, meaning you'd need $10 to try them all, but for a limited time the company is giving away all their titles for free. Age of Zombies, Band Stars, Birzzle Fever, Colossatron: Massive World Threat, Fish Out of Water!, Fruit Ninja (even HD), Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots, Jetpack Joyride, and Monster Dash. You can download the whole collection here.
While the sale is just short term, it would make sense for Halfbrick to make this their standard pricing. Each title features in-app purchases for new weapons, costumes, and bonuses; purchases that make sense once you've found yourself addicted to a title. Thankfully each of these games is a blast to play even if you never lay down any extra coin to buy power ups, so head over to the App Store and download these titles before you have to pay for them.
Here's a video Halfbrick released to promote the sale. This sale is only for iOS, but maybe if your friends who use Android ask nicely, you'll let them play on your iPhone.
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