Fruit Ninja Kinect listed by Korean Games Rating Board

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 29 April 2011 03:07 GMT

Korea’s Games Rating Board is so leaky, the Jumblies would go to sea in it. Its latest unannounced listing is Fruit Ninja Kinect, something we fully support.

The eagle-eyed Siliconera noted the new addition on the organisation’s website, which seems to be the only evidence of its existence.

We asked Australian indie developer Halfbrick for comment, but as expected, it hasn’t any statement at the moment. Expect to hear from Microsoft.

Fruit Ninja, which sees players bifurcating innocent edibles with a touch-screen blade, has been highly successful on smartphones, and was the jewel of Microsoft’s Windows 7 Phone CES presentation.

It seems like a pretty good fit for Kinect, as this unofficial, life-size attempt shows.

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