'Fruit Ninja' developer HalfBrick has announced at the E3 that its hit fruit-slicing iPhone game will be available in Xbox 360 through the Kinect motion controller this summer.

'Fruit Ninja' is among the top 10 iPhone apps since it debuted last spring and second only to Rovio's Angry Birds in popularity. The company is also planning to launch an unnamed Facebook app to counter the popularity of 'Farmville'.

Halfbrick has previewed both the games at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).

Kinect is a natural fit for the game where players will use a sword to slash through flying watermelons, bananas and other edible targets, Halfbrick spokesman Phil Larsen said. He added that the game is likely to cost around $10, or can also be obtained for 800 Microsoft Points.

'Fruit Ninja Kinect' will be the only title among other five games, including Halo 4, that will be added to the Xbox Live Arcade in the coming weeks, CNN reported.