To celebrate the recent second birthday of iPhone slice-'em-up Fruit Ninja, Aussie-based developer Halfbrick has released a bunch of rather interesting facts and figures.
Fruit Ninja has now been downloaded more than a whopping 300 million times, and boasts more players than the combined populations of New York, London, Beijing, Paris, and Tokyo. These players have used their fingers to slice and dice more than 1.5 trillion (yes, trillion) pieces of juicy fruit.
Despite its age, around 100 years worth of Fruit Ninja is played every single day, but that's hardly surprising given that the app is installed on one in three US iPhones.
Late last month, Fruit Ninja received its "greatest update" yet, which introduced a bunch of new fruit, such as a peach that extends your time limit, and explosive berries.
You can grab Fruit Ninja from the App Store for your iPhone for 69p / 99c [buy], and for your iPad for £1.99 / $2.99 [buy].