Back in September of this year Zeptolabs officially made Cut The Rope 2 a thing, announcing that the sequel would be arriving onto the shores of Android and iOS this holiday season. Well that season is quickly approaching and to build up the hype machine for Cut The Rope 2, Zeptolabs has released a bit of a teaser trailer for their upcoming game.
While we have had a couple of spin-offs from the main Cut The Rope game that technically could be considered a sequel due to the very different themes each one has, there hasn’t officially been a Cut The Rope 2 as of yet. That, however, is about to change this holiday season as Zeptolabs confirms that a sequel is on the way.
The Chinese New Year is upon us and for those of you who celebrate this particular it is always a time to celebrate. The folks over at Zeptolabs also think it is a time to celebrate and have released a new update today for Cut The Rope called Lantern Box and along with this update comes a new gameplay element.
ZeptoLabs have been teasing an upcoming game for about two weeks now and today they have finally revealed what that game actually is. Officially named Pudding Monsters, this game is another puzzle game that features pudding, or monsters made out of pudding. So how will this game actually play out? Well, we really don’t know just yet but we won’t have to wait long to find out.
Zeptolab has just announced on their Cut The Rope Twitter account, and pushed to the Google Play store, that the DJ Box update has arrived for their Cut The Rope game on Android. This update brings new levels as well as a new mechanic to the game which you will need to master in order to complete these new levels.
A couple of days ago Zeptolabs, developers of the very popular physics-based puzzle game Cut The Rope, released a neat little cartoon featuring the game’s main character On Nom. So we figured for a bit of fun we would post it here as part of your Sunday morning cartoons. Admit it, you still watch cartoons every morning don’t you?
Since the announcement and release of Cut the Rope: Experiments which is the second game in the Cut the Rope series, many Android gamers have been wondering if it would make the jump to Android. Well in an interview with IGN, Zeptolabs gives the answer.
While we don’t normally do public service announcements, in light of the recent Android Market change regarding the refunding time which is now 15 minutes, we feel it is more necessary now. There is a version of Cut The Rope, smash hit iOS physics game, on the Android market by a developer called AppVision. This is NOT the real Cut the Rope.