Fruit Ninja: Ninja Warrior is one of the most popular games on the market, with millions of people around the world playing it. It’s a very fun game and a great way to relax and unwind. But if you want to get good at it, you need to learn how the game works. This article will explain how Fruit Ninja: Ninja Warrior works and what you can do to improve your skills in this game. We’ll also give you some tips for how to play well in multiplayer mode!
Master the zen mode.
The Zen Mode is a great way to practice your skills. It’s basically just a long, endless game of Fruit Ninja where you can see how long you can keep up your combo. In Zen Mode, there are only three fruit types: green, red and purple. The more you slice the better score you get! I recommend trying to get a high score in Zen Mode by slicing fruit as fast as possible (without missing any). This is an excellent way to practice because it doesn’t matter if you mess up once or twice—it will still give out points if you hit anything with enough speed behind your finger!
Learn how to power slice.
Power slicing is a useful technique, but it’s not necessary to get good at Fruit Ninja. It’s not even really a skill you can practice; if you try to power slice, you might end up missing your fruit entirely.
The only way to master power slicing is by playing the game for hours and hours without thinking about it. The more time you put into grinding—the time spent going through levels without even trying hard—the more likely it is that power slicing will become second nature.
Learn how to freeze fruit.
One of the most important things to learn in Fruit Ninja is how to freeze fruit. By freezing fruit, you’ll have more time to slice other fruit—which is a good way to get more points and raise your score.
There are two ways you can freeze fruit: by touching it with your finger or by slicing it in half. If you want to do this manually, simply touch an orange or lemon with your finger and hold down on it until it freezes completely. Then, slice it into halves by swiping across either side of the frozen unit (you’ll see a blue outline appear when there’s enough space between pieces). This will create two halves that fall down onto other objects below them, allowing for even more points!
Learn how to slice a bomb.
You should know that bombs are your enemy. They’re a special type of fruit that, when sliced, will explode and take away a chunk of your life bar. It’s better to avoid them than it is to slice them.
However, if you’re forced into slicing one by accident—or if you want to get rid of it so that it won’t fall into the wrong hands and blow up your hand—here’s how you do it:
First, hold down on the screen for about two seconds until the bomb has been activated and starts shaking around erratically. Once this happens, maintain contact with your finger on the screen until its timer runs out (it’ll go from yellow to orange). Then swipe across it horizontally as quickly as possible in order to cut through its outer shell before time runs out completely or before another ninja takes advantage of its explosion!
If done correctly, this will destroy both the bomb and anything else within range of its blast radius. This includes other ninjas who may be standing dangerously close by without knowing exactly what they’re dealing with here…
Master the game modes.
As you play Fruit Ninja, you’ll notice that there are two different game modes: Zen and Arcade. Aside from the fact that Zen is easier than Arcade (you only have to slice fruit, not ninja stars), the two modes have different ways of increasing your score. In Zen mode, which is what you should spend most of your time in at first if you’re just starting out, your main objective is to collect as many points as possible by slicing as much fruit as possible—this means that it’s best if all of your slices are perfect every time because it means more points for each slice. The best way to improve at this mode is by using the practice tool called “Slicing Practice” which will allow you to build up muscle memory and learn how long it takes between swipes when slicing fruits so that they can be sliced without missing any pieces or getting hit by ninja stars.
Fruit in the Ninja Throne is worth 10 points, not 100 points.
In the throne room, you can blow up 10 fruit with each slice. You might have gotten this idea from a video or a tutorial, but it’s not true! The fruit in the ninja throne are worth 10 points each, not 100 points. It might seem like the game is lying to you, but don’t worry—there’s actually an excellent reason for why this happens:
Slicing a pomegranate gives you more points than slicing a strawberry or an orange.
If there’s one thing you should remember from this blog, it’s that the pomegranate is your friend. It gives you 100 points for slicing it, but if you don’t time your cut correctly and slice an orange or strawberry instead, then you only get 50 points for each fruit. So make sure to use your fingers as a guide for when to press on the screen so that they appear in the top left hand corner of the screen at just the right time so as not to mess up your chances at getting those sweet points!
Slice as many fruit as you can for combos and high scores.
Slice as many fruit as you can for combos and high scores. The more fruit you slice, the higher your score will be.
The more fruit you slice, the higher your score will be and the more points you get for cutting fruits in a row or with multiple touches at once.
Use your power ups wisely!
Power ups are a great way to give yourself an advantage and they can also help you get back on track if you’re losing. However, it’s important to use them wisely. You should only use power ups when:
- You’re really close to losing and need an instant boost to help you get by
- You’re really close to winning and want that extra edge over your opponent
- You’re in the middle of a game, but need a quick refreshment break
Learning how to play the game will help you improve at the game!
Learning how to play the game will help you improve at the game!
Some of the best tips for improving your Fruit Ninja skills include:
- Play in Zen mode. In this mode, all fruits have a concentration of blue around them that indicates how likely it is that you can slice them with ease. When you get used to seeing this indicator, it’s easier for you to make quick decisions on which fruits are available and which ones aren’t. This helps because if there are too many green-colored fruit on the screen then they block your view of other fruit further away from them; whereas if there aren’t enough greens then there’s no problem slicing through multiple reds in one swipe!* Practice the power slice! The power slice is performed by touching two fingers together while simultaneously swiping left or right across the screen — with timing being critical here since if done incorrectly then nothing will happen.* Practice using freeze & bomb special moves!. Freeze freezes all moving fruit so that they remain stationary until released via shaking your device or tapping anywhere onscreen after freezing time runs out (this allows players who miss an attack opportunity). Meanwhile bombs clear all obstacles offscreen before exploding back into existence again once detonated — these special abilities are very useful when trying towards endgame levels where things get really hectic as well as during boss battles where these abilities come into play quite often
Good luck and have fun!