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Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots

By Chris Morris, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Still good fun, but film tie-in doesn't skimp on promotion.

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age 4+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 2+

Awesome sauce

This game is sooo fun! Literally just fun.
age 5+


The game is simple to use and fun for the kids. If you have privacy concerns just make sure that you are using the setting available on the device you play the game on.

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Our review:
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Scoff all you want at the fact that this app is a blatant marketing ploy; you still have to give developer Halfbrick credit for making FRUIT NINJA: PUSS IN BOOTS worth the money. The gameplay is just as fun as it was in the original, and the new Bandito mode -- which pits players against 12 random challenges -- is a fun new gameplay style. Like the original, you can unlock new blades, but there aren't many. And the actual Puss in Boots elements feel very tacked on. That doesn't detract from the game, though. It's still as fun as it was -- only this time, it comes with some heavy commercial elements.

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