30 Fruit Ninja Storm SeasonIf you have played games like Fruit Ninja before, you would most probably remember that the company behind the game happens to be known as Halfbrick. Well, Halfbrick does seem to be rather generous today, having taken the step to make available all of its titles on the iOS platform to the masses for free. Yes, you read that right. Not a single cent will exchange hands, in order to help you get hooked.

Do bear in mind that this does not mean you are going to spend hundreds of hours afterwards playing the game without having to fork out a penny more. Some of the titles do come with in-app purchases, which is the primary model for game developers on the mobile platform to earn a living and make more than just a quick buck these days, but at least it is an opportunity not to be missed if you would want to start enjoying what Halfbrick has developed for iOS to date.

Think of this as a “preview” of sorts, and if you like the game, why not indulge in the in-app purchases afterwards as just reward for Halfbrick’s hard work? You will be able to find all of Halfbrick Studios’ iOS games here. Fruit Ninja is a great place to start, where it has been played by at least one cat before, as well as used to help stroke patients in their recovery.

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