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May 10, 2015

Halfbrick Studios hopes Fruit Ninja:Math Master helps students

by John_A

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Halfbrick Studios, developer of the immensely popular Fruit Ninja game, takes aim at helping educators encourage kids to learn math with new Fruit Ninja:Math Master title. The new game combines the Fruit Ninja fruit slicing game play with an education focus to help kids ages 5-7 sharpen their math skills.

In the game, the pig Truffles needs the help of the Fruit Ninjas who are searching for the Lost Tablet of Fruitasia. Along the way, game players will be challenged with game modes that test and develop math skills like addition, subtraction, multiplication, sequence identification and shape identification.

Halfbrick also developed the game to meet their own Child-Safe App standards. This means there is no analytic or data gathering functionality, there is no advertising or promotions, no social media connections are needed and the game can even be played without an Internet connection.

Check out the video and images below. If you are interested in grabbing this title for your child who is learning math, hit the Play Store links below to get Fruit Ninja:Math Master for $4.99.

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