Cut the Rope

cut the rope
Cut the Rope was released on October 4, 2010 for iOS. A native HD version for the iPad was released on October 6, 2010. This was followed by the release of a free version with fewer levels for each device, called Cut the Rope Lite and Cut the Rope HD Lite respectively. 9 days after its initial release, the game had been downloaded 1 million times and reached the top of the App Store charts. According to Chillingo, this made it the best-selling iOS game to reach that sales figure.4
In January 2012, a limited version of the game was released as a browser game for HTML5 browsers. The game is also available for download on Windows 8 through the Windows Store 2.

Cut the Rope: Experiments
Cut the Rope: Experiments was released on August 4, 2011 as a sequel to Cut the Rope.6 Although its presentation is comparable to that of the unique game, the sequel introduces new gameplay elements as well as a new story and characters. The Professor, for example, “provides running feedback”7 throughout the game as players unlock new levels and hidden photos that reveal information about Om Nom’s character.

Cut the Rope: Time Travel
Cut the Rope: Time Travel was released on April 18, 2013 as the second sequel to “Cut the Rope”. In this adventure, Om Nom will inadvertently enter a space-fleeting gateway, causing him to travel through time to various stages of history such as the Renaissance, the Stone Age, and ancient Greece, among others. The player must feed an Om Nom as well as his ancestor, new characters arising from the time in which the monster is. This sequel also brings new ways of playing and new elements such as bombs, or magical portals. A season of the Om Nom Stories series (series based on the video game adventure) had a season based on this game.

Cut the Rope 2
Cut the Rope 2 was released on December 19 for iTunes 2014 for Android and 2015 for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone. In this sequel, spiders from the first game steal tasks from Om Nom’s candies, which they spread on different places where Om Nom must travel to eat them. New characters called “Nommies” were introduced who are Om Nom’s friends, and they are Roto, Lick, Blue, Toss, Boo, Snailbrow and Ginger.

Note: These characters included Om Nom, Roto, Blue, Toss, Boo and Snailbrow for the month of 2016, children published as stuffed animals in Ripley, Unimarc, Sodimac, Lider and Fallabella stores.


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