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  • US 1st Nov 2012, 500 points
  • EU 8th Nov 2012, 500 points
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  • Review Cake Ninja 2 (DSiWare)

    Unjust desserts

    Almost one year ago, the DSiWare service was graced with the appearance of Cake Ninja, an unrepentant clone of mobile craze Fruit Ninja. However, its lifeless approach to the formula, lack of addictiveness and total dearth of variety doomed it to receive a mere 2/10 in our review. Now we have Cake Ninja 2, which seeks to atone for...

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Cake Ninja 2 News

  • Nintendo Download 8th November 2012 (Europe)

    Pokédex, 3D surfing, cake slicing and troopers

    Details of this week's European update have arrived, and they're perhaps not the night sky fireworks we'd hope for at this time of year. There's still some variety across all platforms and a long awaited app arrives, though the price may surprise some. 3DS Download Software: Pokédex 3D Pro...

  • Nintendo Download 1st November 2012 (North America)

    Freakiness, fast gnomz, hidden objects and cake slicing

    While some Nintendo Download updates, particularly in recent weeks, are full of juicy and exciting options, we're not sure that this is one of those occasions. Both DSi and 3DS are covered with a mixture of titles, but Wii is left out entirely; no, there isn't even a Neo Geo fighter to keep the...

  • News Cake Ninja 2 Confirmed for DSiWare

    More deserts in line for the chop

    DSiWare has had its share of titles that have incurred the wrath of low review scores here on Nintendo Life, with Cake Ninja being one to enjoy the dubious honour. Essentially a DSiWare version of smartphone smash-hit Fruit Ninja, its pricing and painful lack of features and game modes meant that it took a bit of a...

About The Game

Cake Ninja 2 is the sequel to the DSiWare original, with more cake-slashing to be done.

Now it's back with eight gameplay modes, four single-player and four multiplayer, unlockable achievements and online rankings.


  • Simple, addictive gameplay
  • Colourful 3D graphics
  • Precise slice recognition on the DSi or 3DS touch screen
  • Eight challenging game modes
  • A collection of bonuses
  • Unlockable achievements
  • Online rankings and competitions