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Cut the Rope

(97 591)
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Price
Free
Category
Games & Puzzle & Casual & Entertainment
Last Update
Nov 26, 2019
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Number of reviews,
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97 591

Avg rating,
total

⭐4.8

Description

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Join 990 million players worldwide and experience sweet, award-winning gameplay!<br>For the first time ever, Cut the Rope is completely FREE in its entirety.<br>Play through 425 fun-packed levels and guide Om Nom on his sweet adventures!<br><br> ***<br><br>A mysterious package has arrived: Om Nom, the little monster inside, has only one desire… CANDY! Collect gold stars, discover hidden prizes and unlock exciting new levels in this addictively fun, physics-based game!<br> <br>AMAZING ACCOLADES<br> • Apple Design Award<br> • BAFTA Award<br> • Pocket Gamer Award<br> • GDC Award<br> • Best App Ever Award<br> <br>SWEET FEATURES<br> • 17 boxes filled with 425 levels<br> • Innovative physics-based gameplay<br> • Om Nom, the world's cutest monster<br> • Awesome superpowers<br> • Gorgeous graphics<br> • Om Nom Stories animation shorts<br>_______________<br>SUBSCRIPTION. Subscribe to Premium Membership and get premium experience with Cut the Rope!<br><br>By subscribing to Cut the Rope, you:<br>- Disable Ads<br>- Disable IAPs<br>- Get Free starter pack with power-ups after subscription purchase<br>- Get Free bonus daily<br><br>You can choose three subscription options with varying lengths. You can subscribe for 1 month or 1 week.<br>Subscription may cost $4.99/$7.99/$9.99/$19.99 for 1 month/week. If you choose to purchase VIP Membership Subscription Pack through iTunes Store, your account will be charged upon confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will auto-renew every month/week unless you turn it off 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.<br><br>You can turn off auto-renewal at any time from your iTunes account settings. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during an active subscription period. If you don’t choose to purchase subscription, you can simply continue using Cut the Rope for free.<br><br>Terms and Conditions:<br>https://www.zeptolab.com/terms<br>_______________<br> <br>MORE ADVENTURES<br>Want to learn more about Om Nom?<br>Check out the Om Nom Stories animated series and other awesome videos on our YouTube channel! www.zep.tl/youtube<br> <br>CONNECT WITH OM NOM<br> • Facebook: http://facebook.com/cuttherope<br> • Twitter: http://twitter.com/cut_the_rope<br> • Web: http://cuttherope.net<br> • Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/cuttherope<br> • Instagram: http://instagram.com/cuttheropeofficial

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Sistaar
Jun 17, 2019

I finished the first season in one day because it is just that addicting! And yeah yeah some people might say yatee yatee ya ohh this game is for little kids but I almost got my thirty six year old mom to buy it!! So you should DEFINITELY consider it. The only thing I would say is to maybe start out when you buy the game with two or three teles, magnets, and flashes so that’s it’s easier at the beginning to pass to get used to it while you still have the upgrades on those three things throughout the game. Oh and this doesn’t bother me toooo much but it is pretty annoying; the ads are 😝 after almost every time you fail a level it makes your watch one or after you finish the box so please try to limit those things. Any way I love love love this app and definitely think you should make a cut the rope three!!! Bye thank you!!

AsiaMoo
Mar 07, 2019

I used to play this when I was really little and I liked it a lot, so when I got my new phone I was like “why not?” and downloaded it, it is not exactly how I remember it. 1st off the superpowers, they make it super easy to pass some levels and totally ruin the game play. You get sooooo many hints so that when you finally get a level where you have to acutely try you have like 20 hints stocked up. + you get like 1 to 4 superpowers every day 😑 2nd Ads... this game used to be ad free!!! Why did you change that!!! Now pretty much every level I have to watch an add for an app I will NEVER get! ( and stop telling me to watch the “new episodes” of cut the rope, it’s a game not a 4 year old cartoon 😒) . 3rd this isn’t really a real problem but the new episodes and seasons of cut the rope really bug me, they are constantly trying to get me to watch a show that is super cringe and I will never watch. I mean come on, the majority of the players aren’t 4. (Yea I get it this game is made for smaller children, but it is still a pet peeve of mine). Other than those reasons I really like the game, and think it is a fun way to pass time (on airplane mode). It has changed a lot but still really fun and addictive 😊

Batkiller
Jun 27, 2019

Why is everything being forced into a subscription model? $10 a month is about what most streaming services charge, but in this case, all you get is the privilege of playing a single iOS game uninterrupted by ads. There's no option to simply buy the game--it's either agree to hemorrhage $10 every month, or suffer through these ads. And let's talk about the ads. I fully support an ad-based model for a free game, and I wouldn't care if it were just banners that constantly ran at the top or bottom of the screen, or an occasional pop-up. That's not what we're dealing with here. These are full-screen videos that are at least 45-60s long that can't be skipped, and they run so frequently that you might spend more time watching them than playing the game. It's faster and far less irritating to simply force-quit and relaunch the app so you don't have to suffer through another one. Why does all this matter? Because beneath all these terrible publishing and marketing decisions is a fantastic, polished, and super fun game. I feel terrible trashing this game for things that have nothing to do with the game itself, but the free version is essentially unplayable this way, and $10 a month is outrageous. Do you think playing Cut the Rope ad-free should cost the same as an Apple Music subscription? Yeah, I don't either.

AmazingAmbom
Jun 09, 2019

First of all, I love this game. It’s so fun and challenging. I used to play this game all the time when I was younger, and it brings back great memories. But, I recently revisited this app and I am very disappointed. The app is mostly the same, but I’m disappointed about the ads. There’s too many. If you fail at a level, chances are you’re getting an ad. If you want to retry a level, chances are you’re also getting an ad. The amount of ads that games have to use today makes the gameplay less fun. It takes away from the game. I usually don’t mind ads, but when there’s so many that just pop out of no where, it’s disappointing. And I hate to leave a bad review on this game. I honestly love it. I really don’t think this game needs the amount of ads as it currently has. Sure, once in a while is ok. But, every single level? I know people that makes apps like this want to make money off of their apps, but I don’t think they have to go to the extent of ads popping up in your face every time. I’m ok with being able to watch ads for extra hints or something like that, but pretty much every time I fail a level or hit restart, another ad.

Angryamericanx
Oct 15, 2018

When I upgraded to an iPhone I figured it would be neat to re-download all the old apps I had on my iPod touch that I played when I was in middle and high school. This was a personal favorite of mine. The game was addicting and fun to play, and was just adorable in general. The fun gameplay hasn’t changed much aside from the addition of “superpowers” (which I don’t use to begin with), it’s still as adorable as I remember, but I find myself playing this without my WiFi or mobile data on for what is obviously the biggest change. Ads Lots and lots of ads. I don’t like the addition of obnoxiously intrusive ads, and I’d like to emphasize intrusive because I had a 30 I skip panel second video shoved in my face while trying to restart a level. I have to play this game with any network connections off or else I’ll be forced into watching videos for things I don’t care about. Don’t get me wrong, there’s still ads with internet off, but they’re far less disruptive than the videos. The addition of micro transactions is also upsetting as superpowers add nothing fun or useful to the game since levels were easily solve-able on their own and any level you couldn’t pass required some trial and error. Now, like most other games, you can plop down a dollar and get past it. I’ll still be playing the game for the nostalgia and fun, but I feel the recent additions to the game are disheartening and greedy.

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About Cut the Rope

Developed by ZeptoLab UK Limited.

Cut the Rope is ranking in   Games & Puzzle & Casual & Entertainment

Last update was at Nov 26, 2019and the current version is 3.18.0.

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Cut the Rope have a 97 591a user reviews.

Cut the Rope was released in the App Store. It is developed by ZeptoLab UK Limited, who have also released the following apps.

Cut the Rope has 97 591 user reviews.​

Cut the Rope has an average rating of 4.8. ​The latest version of Cut the Rope 3.18.0​ ​​was ​released on Nov 26, 2019​.

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