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Fruit Ninja Frenzy Force

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

App-inspired martial arts series is silly fun for kids.

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If you thought slicing fruit with screen swipes was entertaining, you'll be surprised at how much fun the antics of fruit-themed martial arts can be in this fast-paced series. Vibrant animation, oddball characters, and bizarre villains blend well into kid-friendly entertainment, and even though the action always circles back to fighting exchanges, there's little that resembles actual violence amid the flying pineapples and swirling watermelons.

The stories themselves don't stand out among kids' shows, but parents will like the foursome's relationships and how their distinct personalities complement each other. Where Seb's leadership falls short, Peng's enthusiasm steps up to win the day. Ralph is brave but can be dim, so Niya's cleverness is a vital asset to the group. Fruit Ninja Frenzy Force is superficial and not overly imaginative, but it does have some decent examples of character traits for kids.

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