Halfbrick Begins 24 Hours Sale – All Games Are Free

By   /   Dec 17, 2012


For the next 24 hours Halfbrick is offering all of their games for free. Note that this sale will end at 1am E.T on December 18.

Halfbrick’s library of games contain some pretty popular titles like Fruit Ninja, Age of Zombies and Monster Dash. While some of them have been given away from free for a limited time period, Fruit Ninja has never been available for free. Hence I’m guessing a lot of people are going to go for that slashing title.

The 24 hour sale is global and will work for all of Halfbrick’s iOS titles. Phil Larsen, chief marketing officer of the firm said that the sale is a means to give something back to their supporters.

Over the past three years we’ve given everything we have to make our games the best, and were rewarded a million times over with love and support from our fans. Now it’s time to give something back, kick some ass and start 2013 with more momentum than ever. Have a blast playing Halfbrick’s finest!

You can start downloading your games by going here.

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