Parents' Guide to

Annoying Orange: Kitchen Carnage

By Jonathan H. Liu, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Fruit-based gore in fun, challenging Paper Toss-like game.

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age 12+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 18+

This game is for sadists and cynics only, not children

This supposed game is extremely violent and sadistic. Children should not be exposed to this kind of material. It is no wonder why so many countries are doing better than ours in math and science.
age 5+

its just a game there not going to start flinging fruit and if they do say they have th eat it.

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Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (5 ):

ANNOYING ORANGE: KITCHEN CARNAGE is based on a series of online videos featuring a talking orange and various other fruits. The game works like the Paper Toss app, but instead of crumpled balls of paper you're flinging fruits with faces; and instead of a wastebasket, you're aiming for blenders, cutting boards, and oven fans. The Annoying Orange sits in the top corner making snarky comments and laughing at the proceedings, while the fruits scream in terror, anticipating their gory deaths. The game itself can be quite fun and challenging -- as you score enough points, additional fruits and blenders are added, and some of the blenders move to make them harder targets. However, because of the various links to other sites and the glorification of violence (albeit to fruit), this game is not appropriate for younger kids.

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