Would, of course, be a Fruit Ningi.
The latest manifestations of Angry Birds having become quite unplayable, and Pinky having had such fun playing Real-Life Fruit Ninja on the teevee, I decided to try switching phone games for those all-important sanity breaks.
And, yeah: Fruit Ninja is fun. Also maybe good for the brain, in moderation.
It's made more difficult by the presence of a playful kitty who believes in the importance of jostle training.
But... I kinda wonder what platform the developers play on.
'Cause I've got a practically-new Droidd Maxxxx, and, if it's not in airplane mode, the game is slow, jerky, and nigh-impossible.
In airplane mode, it's fine. That's how I normally play games anyway (on account of Angry Birds having been unplayable since forever if there's a network connection for fetching the ads).
But, really, guys: surely you expect the average user to have his phone's connectivity on, no? There are various notices to encourage playing whilst connected, so this must be the intended case. And yet, the availability of a network connection bogs the program down something fierce. (Were it a uniform slowdown, it'd make the game easier. As it's highly variable, and game play involves projecting trajectories, it makes the game hopeless.)