Austin, Texas – APPSPIRE.me, a leading mobile app marketing company, released an infographic titled, “Top 5 Food Fight Apps.” This infographic details some of the most popular food fighting apps that are available in iTunes today. “Food fight apps are some of the messiest games available in the mobile app market,”said Charles Haggas, co-founder of APPSPIRE.me. “These app developers have had to get really creative with the plots and strategies to take a basic food fight and put it inside a mobile app.”
APPSPIRE.me’s infographic includes these five food fight games: Fast Food Revenge – a chase between an over-weight junk food junkie and his ironic nemesis: fast food. Fruit Ninja – combines the best of action and food, use your sword to slash fruit. Food Fight! – turns the classic food fight scene on its head, this time high school students are attacked by the food. Kill Oranges – combines the simplicity of angry birds with a humorous plot: save the orange from the raining silverware. And Fast Food Fighter – which understands the mess a real food fight can make, and you’ve got to protect the kitchen from an evil cheeseburger take-over.
Not only is the infographic sleek and attractive, some of the images are as fun to look at as the games are to play. Viewers can read short descriptions of the app, basic stats, and easily download the games with the accompanying QR codes. “Food fight apps are especially addictive because it fills a desire that’s pretty inappropriate to act on in real life. Today, kids can throw mashed potatoes without getting detention,”said Haggas.
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