“We could knock out a Fruit Ninja 2 in a couple of months and it would probably sell gangbusters, but we wouldn’t be satisfied with that. We put a lot of pressure on ourselves. Even when we were working on licensed titles we were determined to make the best games we could possibly make. We want to make really fantastic games and keep building Halfbrick as a company that people identify as making quality, interesting, unique titles.”
— Halfbrick’s Luke Muscat, speaking to Kotaku. Fruit Ninja is available for iOS, Kinect, Windows Phone 7, and is part of the Android Marketplace’s rotating selection of 10 cent apps today, so no excuses.