Zeptolab, developers of the smash hit Cut the Rope series of games has announced a proper sequel to the original. The imaginatively titled Cut the Rope 2 is set to hit the App Store during this years holiday season, meaning we're a couple of months away from getting our hands on it.
Cut the Rope has just released an update to the original game for both iPhone and iPad introducing a new set of levels in an episode called Cheese Box. Along with a whole new group of levels to play through, Om Nom meets a new mouse friend making his quest for candy a little trickier.
The adorable little candy-loving Om Nom has made his debut into another game, Cut the Rope: Time Travel. This time, the little guy is on an adventure to travel back in time to feed his ancestors candy -- that's right, you'll be feeding two Om Nom monsters this time! Double cuteness!
If you're a fan of Cut the Rope and you've already tackled all the current levels available in Experiments, you may want to check your app updates. A brand new box of levels has just been added and this time Om Nom will have some help acquiring his candy.
In celebration of the Chinese New Year, Cut the Rope has been updated with a new Lantern Box featuring 25 new levels. In these new levels, Chillingo has introduced new floating paper lanterns as the new gameplay element.
Cut the Rope for iPhone and iPad has been updated with a new Steam Box that includes 25 new levels featuring steam clouds that make candy float in the air and low-to-high pressure valves that control the amount of steam. The steam will help the candy rise and reach the adorable candy-addict called Om Nom.
Cut the Rope has been updated with a new Buzz Box and support for iCloud syncing. There is also a new hidden Om Nom drawing for you to collect.
I am so excited about iCloud support! I have both the iPhone and iPad version of Cut the Rope, but only play the iPhone version because I don't want to redo all the levels on my iPad. With this update, both devices with stay in sync!
An Australian indie-pop band has created a music video for their latest track and the theme of the video is iOS gaming. In the video the band created real-life versions of hugely successful iPhone games like Angry Birds, Flight Control, Fruit Ninja, Cut the Rope and Plants vs. Zombies.
The band is called Hey Geronimo and after watching the video, it is obvious that they not only have a passion for music but iOS gaming too. The amount of work that appears to have gone into recreating these games into a real-life environment is very impressive.