Fruit Ninja 2

LQ: 9.25


Brain grade: 8.7
Fun score: 9.8

Game Type: ESRB Rating: N/A Platform/Console: , , LWK Recommended Age: 4+ Thinking Skills Used: ,

 Android iPhone iPad


Fruit Ninja 2 is the second installment of the Fruit Ninja series. It contains the elements of the original game while adding some fun new elements to keep the game feeling fresh. The premise of the game is that the player uses a sword to slice various fruits in half while avoiding bombs that are sometimes thrown into the mix. There are also power ups and helpful pieces of fruit that can help you earn bonus points towards your final score. Coins and points can be used to level up, purchase new characters and items, and grant the player certain power ups and abilities. 

 In this new version of the game, users can play in traditional arcade mode, complete mini game challenges, use the VS mode to challenge friends and family members, and compete in league competitions to play with other ninjas from around the world. 

Fruit Ninja 2 is a free-to-play game but certain elements require in-app purchases. The game is now available on iOS and Android. 

Fruit Ninja 2 helps kids practice and improve the following skills:

Flexibility: Trying something new.

For players who are fans of the original game, Fruit Ninja 2 allows them to practice their flexibility skills and try something new. Whether this be the league option or one of the new fun mini games, there are many different ways that the player can move beyond the original gameplay mode. For players who struggle with flexibility, trying one new thing each time they play is a good way to practice this skill. 


Focus: Blocking Out Distractions. 

In the different modes of the game, there are several different elements that can take away your attention and rob you of points and coins. The user needs to use their focusing skills to ensure that they are cutting fruit to earn combos, avoiding the bombs, and using their power ups at the right moment to earn the maximum number of points. Players who struggle with their focusing skills may find that their scores remain low and that it takes much longer for them to level up. These players should start with either the mini games or the original mode to practice until they feel comfortable moving to the more complex games or VS mode with other players. 

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