ZeptoLab, the developers behind the Cut The Rope games as well as Pudding Monsters has announce a new game. This latest will be Cut The Rope 2 and it looks like it will be arriving later in the year. The folks at ZeptoLab have yet to offer much in the way of specifics and have instead said the game was going to launch "worldwide this winter." In the meantime, they did offer some game related teasers though.
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ZeptoLab had another Cut the Rope themed game in the works. In fact, we had recently seen the teaser and have been expecting this release to arrive as Cut the Rope: Time Travel. Well, the Time Travel game has officially landed in the Google Play Store this morning and as we often find with these games, there are two versions available.
Zeptolab had some new games in the works for release this year, however as of today we are being given a look at one. That game is another from the Cut the Rope series and will land as Cut the Rope: Time Travel. Zeptolab has yet to reveal much in terms of details aside from the teaser video which can be seen below.
Zeptolab is the company behind Cut the Rope and it looks like they have a few new games planned for release in 2013. While the original Cut the Rope has been around for a few years now, it remains a popular game. We have also seen one follow-up which arrived as Cut the Rope: Experiments. Coincidentally, the Experiments title was recently updated.
details of this earlier in the month when the developer announced the name, Pudding Monsters, and the fact that the game would drop on December 20. And well, today just so happens to be December 20.
Cut the Rope by Zepto Labs is back with all new characters, fun gameplay, and tons of levels for you rope cutting and Om Nom fans. Cut the Rope: Experiments was released this weekend for Android and is available today in the Play Store for only $0.99. Instead of just sharing the news we figured a quick hands-on video was worth the look for those considering the purchase.
Cut The Rope hit the Android market ad-free and users everywhere rejoiced.