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‘I Give You Good Price’ – Halfbrick
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Halfbrick have released an update for the marvellous iPad version of its extremely popular IP ‘Fruit Ninja’, it also comes with a discount for a limited time.

Some people that purchased the HD version of Fruit Ninja were experiencing intermittent crashes in the game which Halfbrick have now fixed with version 1.2.2. This is great news for iPad owners that have the game, but for those that don’t Halfbrick has reduced the price for the weekend (21-22 May) to only AU$1.19. This is a great price for what is considered one of the best games the iOS has to offer. To sweeten the deal Halfbrick are promising to continue in-game content updates to keep this amazing game fresh for its fans.

If you don’t already have Fruit Ninja HD, Click Here to go to the iTunes store and grab it. At this great price, it could be the best $1.20 you ever spent!

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