Fruit Attacks

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Fruit Attacks was the first mobile game published by En Masse Entertainment, North American publishers of the TERA online role-playing game.[1] Fruit Attacks was published on July 30, 2015 on iOS, Android, and Amazon Kindle Fire devices.[2]

Fruit Attacks is an arcade puzzle game where players defend Earth from invading fruit aliens. The game uses a unique two-finger aiming system that allows players to bend their shots into curves as they attempt to destroy the constantly descending alien fruit.[3]

Fruit Attacks was reviewed favorably on Android Central. The review said "Fruit Attacks might be freshest puzzle game you've played in ages," and said the game "manages to stand out from the crowd with its distinct two-finger aiming mechanics."[4] Android Rundown, a newer blog dedicated to android apps, also reviewed Fruit Attacks , giving the game an 9 score overall (an 8 score for graphics and sound, and 9 scores for controls, gameplay, and replay value).[5]

En Masse published an update to Fruit Attacks on October 29, 2015, adding daily missions and new enemies (Pears) with new attack patterns. The update also increased the speed of many enemies, making levels more difficult and requiring adjustments to level scores and star ratings.[6]

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