I just got the Internet back at home after more than a month without, which is why my posts over the last month have been sporadic and short – guess I’m to blame for McDonalds doing well in the stock market lately. Sorry food police, but I’ve been lovin’ their iced coffee and free wifi.
Now once I get my wifi at home set back up, I’m gonna celebrate by downloading Fruit Ninja Kinect. This popular smartphone game is now available on Xbox Live for $10, and there’s also a free demo.
Fruit Ninja is exactly what the title says: you hack up flying fruit. A lot of reviews are assailing it for being too simple and repetitive for home use, but I think it sounds like a heckuva workout – and I love other slashing and chopping games, such as Exerbeat’s karate and Gold’s Gym Dance Workout’s karate and sword-slashing. Fruit Ninja Kinect allows 2 players, so my kids can join in the hacking instead of having to wait their turn.
$10 sounds like a great deal for a shoulder/core workout that also raises awareness about good nutrition. McDonalds out, fresh local peaches in!