For three years the creators of Cut the Rope have been adding new free level packs to the original game. Both the prequel, Cut the Rope: Time Travel and the spin-off, Cut the Rope: Experiments, have gotten free new content this month. These guys really deserve another dollar. Cut the Rope 2 is our chance.
We already got word that it'd be coming during the holidays but now we know an exact date: the sequel to the mega-popular Cut the Rope comes out next Thursday and will be hitting iOS devices first.
Cut the Rope 2 is coming this holiday season. With more than 400 million downloads between the original Cut the Rope, Cut the Rope Experiments, Cut the Rope : Time Travel and Pudding Monsters, ZeptoLab is finally giving the candy-munching Om Nom a proper sequel, with a number and everything. Unfamiliar? The original…
Available now in the iOS and Android versions of ZeptoLab's candy-munching puzzle game, the Lantern Box adds 25 levels of teleporting magic to Cut the Rope in celebration of the Chinese New Year.
Not even the candy-craving critter Om Nom can resist the allure of steam-powered technology. Today's free Steam Box update for the Android and iOS versions of ZeptoLab's popular physics puzzler may not offer popular PC games via Valve's online service, but it does deliver 25 new levels featuring the awesome power of…
Riding high on the continued success of Cut the Rope, developer ZeptoLab serves up victory pudding, only this pudding doesn't want to be eaten or smeared on the naked bodies of unpleasant people. Pudding Monsters wants to be free.
ZeptoLab's candy-munching Om Nom is the most iconic mobile gaming character this side of Angry Birds, the sweetheart (and tooth) of smartphone gamers around the globe. Round 5 immortalizes the star of Cut the Rope in a series of plushies and collectibles worthy of his big, stupid, toothy grin.
It's not as cute as Om Nom's candy munching adventure, but it has potential. ZeptoLab's Pudding Monsters hits the app store on December 20.
I love gaming apps, and I love toys. This week I'm taking a look at gaming apps that employ physical toys to enhance the play experience, starting with a look at Mattel's Apptivity Batman and Cut the Rope games. Let's play with toys!
There is a legitimate, free version of Angry Birds for Android. But one app that appeared on the Android Market (now Google Play) last fall wasn't it. It was a fake, a piece of malware explicitly designed to part phone owners from their cash. Now, the scammers that took the money have been ordered to give it back.
There are a handful of iPhone games that pretty much everyone who owns an iPhone has. Cut the Rope is one of them. And it's getting a sequel.
I saw a Chillingo game at Electronic Arts' fall preview event last night that featured colorful, cartoon birds in peril and ropes that could be cut.
Coming in September to toy and specialty shops around the country, these plush representations of Cut the Rope's hungry little mascot Om Nom are so ridiculously adorable I would gladly suffocate beneath a mountain-sized pile.
ZeptoLab's chart-topping physics-based iPhone candy muncher Cut the Rope is gift enough in itself, but we won't say know to the free standalone holiday expansion now available in the iTunes App Store.
Chillngo's adorable little candy-muncher Om Nom has proved irresistible to iPhone gamers. Here's a sneak peek at what more than three million Cut The Rope players can look forward to in update 1.1.