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Halfbrick Studios Pty Ltd (commonly referred to as simply Halfbrick) is an Australian video game developer based in Brisbane. The company was founded in 2001 by six people in a basement in Brisbane, Australia, and primarily worked on licensed games until 2008. They released the highly-acclaimed Fruit Ninja (2010) and Jetpack Joyride (2011).
Outside their Brisbane headquarters, Halfbrick opened five offices in Sydney, Adelaide, Spain, Bulgaria, and Los Angeles. In March 2012, Halfbrick Studios acquired Onan Games for an undisclosed price to make use of their software Mandreel, which allows games to support iOS, Android, Adobe Flash and HTML5 development.
By 2015, Fruit Ninja had been downloaded over 1 billion times.
In 2017, Halfbrick Studios was inducted into the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame. Halfbrick is best known for it's development of the Fruit Ninja App, which placed the company as one of the top five gaming companies worldwide. Halfbrick is one of Australia's fastest growing companies, and is amongst Australia's most notable cultural exports. 
|2002||Rocket Power: Beach Bandits||PlayStation 2, Nintendo Gamecube, Xbox|
|2003||Fuzz & Rocket (canceled)||Game Boy Advance|
|2004||Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue||Game Boy Advance|
|2005||Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3: Night of the Quinkan||Game Boy Advance|
|2006||Barnyard||Game Boy Advance|
|Avatar: The Last Airbender||Game Boy Advance|
|Nicktoons: Battle for Volcano Island||Game Boy Advance|
|Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Burning Earth||Game Boy Advance|
|The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night||PlayStation 2, Wii|
|2008||Hellboy: The Science of Evil||PlayStation Portable|
|Avatar: The Last Airbender – Into the Inferno||Nintendo DS|
|2009||Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Republic Heroes||Microsoft Windows|
|Marvel Super Hero Squad||Nintendo DS|
|Halfbrick Blast Off||Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3|
|Halfbrick Echoes||Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3, Zune HD|
|Halfbrick Rocket Racing / Aero Racing||Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3|
|2010||Age of Zombies||iOS, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3|
|Fruit Ninja||iOS, Android, Bada, Windows Phone|
|Sunset Studio: Behind the Scenes!||Microsoft Windows|
|The Last Airbender||Nintendo DS|
|2011||de Blob 2||Nintendo DS|
|Fruit Ninja FX||Arcade|
|Fruit Ninja Kinect||Xbox 360|
|Fruit Ninja Frenzy|
|Age of Zombies||Android|
|Monster Dash||Google Chrome|
|Fruit Ninja: Puss In Boots||Android, iOS|
|Steambirds: Survival||Android, iOS|
|Age of Zombies Anniversary||iOS|
|2012||Jetpack Joyride||Android, BlackBerry OS, Facebook, PlayStation Vita, Windows Runtime|
|2013||Fish out of Water||iOS|
|Fruit Ninja Skittles||Android, iOS|
|Band Stars||Android, iOS|
|Colossatron: Massive World Threat||Android, iOS|
|2014||Bears vs. Art||Android, iOS|
|Birzzle Fever||Android, iOS|
|Yes Chef||Android, iOS|
|Radical Rappelling||Android, iOS|
|Top Farm||Android, iOS|
|2015||Fruit Ninja Kinect 2||Xbox One|
|Fruit Ninja Academy: Math Master||Android, iOS|
|2016||Fruit Ninja VR||Microsoft Windows, Playstation VR|
|Star Skater||Android, iOS|
|Dan the Man||Android, iOS|
- Snowdon, Tom (28 March 2014). "Step inside the Brisbane lab of Fruit Ninja app creators Halfbrick Studios, with Queensland Business Monthly". The Courier-Mail. News Corp. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
- Takahashi, Dean (19 March 2012). "Halfbrick Studios acquires Onan Games for quick cross-platform ports". GamesBeat. VentureBeat. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
- Serrels, Mark (8 November 2016). "Australia's Most Successful Game Studio Is Having An Identity Crisis". Kotaku . Retrieved 23 Nov 2016.
- "Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame 2017 Inductee Halfbrick".
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