Doom's space marine protagonists are some hearty fellows, carrying some 80 pounds of weapons, medkits and ammo boxes effortlessly while taking on demons from hell. In last night's inaugural Mythbusters video game episode, Adam and Jamie build a real-life Doom level to see if it can be done.
He slices. He dices. And it all looks a lot more fun than running your finger across a phone screen.
It's not just humans who like playing Fruit Ninja. Cats in particular seem to love the swipe-to-slash game.
It's about time a game developer explored the complex relationship between members of the Ursidae family and pretentious art installations. And with a trailer narrated by The Stanley Parable's Kevan Brighting, no less!
While I can understand the appeal of Jetpack Joyride, one of the best mobile games ever made, I could never figure out why Halfbrick Studio's other huge seller, Fruit Ninja, drove so many gamers crazy. Now, days after the release of the developer's latest game, I've finally figured out the secret: Halfbrick Studios is…
Amidst a torrent of official announcements, a very strange tweet appeared on the feed of the Dallas Police Department over the weekend.
It's a gimmick, sure, but it's a neat one: this is a sheet of water vapour that, thank to some fancy add-ons, has been turned into both a screen and a touch-screen device. Letting you get your Fruit Ninja on.
From YouTube video creator Scott Winn, creator of the famous kittens flying in slow motion video, comes the ultimate realization of the world’s most popular fruit-slicing mini-game.
A journey for vengeance takes one man down a wild path that he can't overcome on his own.
He needs to be trained. In the ways of the...Fruit Ninja? Why a Fruit Ninja? Because think of all the incredible puns you can be making, that's why!
You laugh now, but you'd probably be quite the killer ninja if you could…
This may sound off-key coming from the guy who nominated the 12th edition of annual sports franchise for overall GOTY last year. But I'm inclined to say "None of the above," this year. I prefer for these honors to truly mean the game, at minimum, was the best at what it did. This year's big games, nearly all of them…
A new Christmas DLC pack for Fruit Ninja Kinect is now available for free on Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade. The pack includes a Santa's Workshop, Snow Globes to smash and a Candy Cane Blade.
Australian band Hey Geronimo have made a video that stars most of the iPhone's biggest and most recognisable games. Well, it stars the members of the band dressed up as most of the iPhone's biggest and most recognisable games.
No offense to Halfbrick, but I already developed the Puss in Boots mobile game. My cat wanders into the office, stares at me with big, sad eyes, and then gets a cat treat or five. "You have acquired mah servicesssss," I say, to
my little honey bunny baby bear the cat, mimicking Antonio Banderas' voice from Shrek 2.…
Our good friends from Halfbrick have showered us with free Xbox Live codes for Fruit Ninja Kinect, both for the full title and for all of its downloadable content—the Storm, Art and Space packages of blades, shadows and new achievements.
Whenever someone I know mentions Facebook games in front of someone else, a few lines of conversation transpire, during which they agree to agree to that Facebook games are not cool.
The Gunstringer is likely the first dead cowboy puppet shooter you've ever played.
I finally hooked up the Kinect camera to my Xbox 360 in the new home this weekend. It wasn't to play Child of Eden, which I've heard is great. It wasn't to play a bit more Dance Central, which I know is great. It was to cut fruit.
Combining the slingshot controls of Angry Birds, the swordplay of Fruit Ninja, the gorgeous Unreal Engine-powered graphics of Infinity Blade, and the dark fairytale them of the film Pan's Labyrinth, The Dark Meadow is the sort of iOS game nightmares are made of.