The Fruit Ninja app is available for free on Google Play and the Apple store and was created for entertaining purposes and has no educational intent. This is the kind of app you would play while sitting in a boring class room or for when you cannot get to sleep!
The objective of the game is simple. You must slash the fruit but not the bombs and try not to miss any – using your finger as your ninja sword! The game has no violent content and is suitable for people of all ages. The only graphic in the game that could be considered violent is the bombs, but they are quite abstract and mainly just show a flash of white before the game is over. There are no actual weapons used in the game. You can play in different modes, some have limited times on them to add more challenge for the player, and you can also play in practice mode.
There is a social side to this game, like with most apps, where players can invite friends to join the game and swap messages, which would be the only kind of danger to young people playing. There is no limited amount of lives and the game does not urge the player to purchase any kind of cheats or advantage points, making it suitable for everyone.
What’s most pleasantly surprising about Fruit Ninja is the precision of the controls. Fruit Ninja has no problems with precision or collaboration. It has more precision than most Wii games, especially considering its a small