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Video game series

Video game series

Cut the Rope

Logo of the series since 2010

Genre(s) Puzzle logic
Developer(south)
  • ZeptoLab (most titles)
  • Chillingo (Cutting the Rope)
  • Activision (Cut the Rope: Triple Treat)
Publisher(due south) ZeptoLab
Platform(s)
  • iOS
  • Android
  • Windows Phone
  • Bound Motion
  • BlackBerry 10
  • Symbian
  • BlackBerry PlayBook[1]
  • Nintendo DS (DSiWare)
  • Mac Bone X
  • Browser[2]
    [three]
  • Windows
  • BlackBerry
  • Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo eShop)
  • Chrome Bone[4]
  • Firefox OS
  • Nook[5]
Outset release Cut the Rope

October 1, 2010
Latest release Cut the Rope Remastered

April 2, 2021


Cut the Rope

is a series of physics-based puzzle video games adult by entertainment company ZeptoLab for several platforms and devices. It consists of the original game of the same name (2010) published past Chillingo,
Cutting the Rope: Holiday Gift
(2010),
Cut the Rope: Experiments
(2011),
Cutting the Rope: Time Travel
(2013),
Cut the Rope 2
(2013 iOS; 2014 Android),
My Om Nom
(2014 iOS; 2015 Android),
Cutting the Rope: Magic
(2015), and Cut the Rope Remastered (2021).

The objective of the
Cut the Rope
games is to feed candy to a little light-green animate being named Om Nom while collecting stars. As of May 2015,
Cut the Rope
games have been downloaded more than 600 million times[6]
and had surpassed over a billion downloads by 2018.[7]

Games

[edit]



Cut the Rope
(2010)


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Cut the Rope, the first game in the series, was released initially on February 28, 2010. A native (Hard disk) version for the iPad was released on Oct 6, 2010. This was followed by the release of a free version with fewer levels for each device, called
Cut the Rope Complimentary
and
Cut the Rope Hard disk drive Gratis
respectively.



Cut the Rope: Experiments
(2011)


[edit]

Cut the Rope: Experiments
was released on Baronial 4, 2011 as a sequel to
Cut the Rope.[viii]
While its gameplay and presentation closely match that of
Cutting the Rope, the sequel introduces new gameplay elements as well as a new storyline and characters. The Professor, for example, “provides running commentary”[9]
throughout the game as players unlock new levels and collect “hidden” photos that reveal more information about Om Nom’south grapheme.



Cut the Rope: Time Travel
(2013)


[edit]

The third sequel,
Cut the Rope: Time Travel, was released on Apr 17, 2013. It sees Om Nom travel dorsum to the time of his ancestors, which means in terms of gameplay that players now feed processed to two monsters rather than to only one.



Cut the Rope 2 – Unexpected Adventure
(2013 iOS, 2014 Android)


[edit]

Cut the Rope 2
was released on 19 December 2013 for iOS devices. It expands on the previous games with Om Nom no longer being a static stage object, boosted monster characters and a more dynamic environs.[10]
The Android version was released on March 28, 2014 on Google Play[11]
and on April 3 on Amazon AppStore.[12]
Unlike the iOS version,
Cut the Rope ii
for Android adds free-to-play elements such as an free energy arrangement, and features a map similar construction instead of level packs; these features would eventually be added to the iOS version of the game.



Cutting the Rope: Triple Treat
(2014)


[edit]

Cut the Rope: Triple Treat
was released on March 25, 2014 for Nintendo 3DS, including levels from the three previous Cutting the Rope games,
Cut the Rope,
Cut the Rope: Experiments
and
Cut the Rope: Time Travel.[13]
The 3DS version is published by Activision.[14]



My Om Nom
(2014 iOS, 2015 Android)


[edit]

My Om Nom
was released on Dec eighteen, 2014 for iOS devices and 2015 for Android devices. In this game, the histrion has their ain Om Nom to feed, dress upward, and play with. Information technology includes some unproblematic games to play with Om Nom and it is reminiscent of the
Tamagotchi
franchise and similar to Pou.[15]



Cutting the Rope: Magic
(2015)


[edit]

Cutting the Rope: Magic
was released on December 17, 2015 for both iOS and Android devices.[16]
This game sees Om Nom existence transported to a storybook earth where the levels involve magical elements every bit well as battling an every bit processed-loving spider wizard.
Magic
added a new transformation element to Om Nom, allowing him to shrink or turn into a completely different animal.[16]
[17]
The game also uses a map element seen in the Android version and after versions of the iOS version of
Cut the Rope 2. While the iOS version was exclusively paid, the Android version is free-to-play, and thus, added an energy organisation that could be removed with a one-time micropayment, which was later on replaced with a paid subscription. A free version was somewhen added to iOS, but did not carry the energy organization from the Android release.



Om Nom: Merge
(2019)


[edit]

Om Nom: Merge
was released on November 28, 2019 and is the showtime video game entry in the franchise in four years, due to the success of
Om Nom Stories.



Om Nom: Run
(2020)


[edit]


Om Nom: Run

is a free-to-play endless runner mobile game, released on February 27, 2020. Information technology is bachelor on Android, iOS platforms and the Nintendo Switch. The game follows Om Nom running through the dangerous streets of Nomville.[18]
The game starts by borer the touchscreen, while Om Nom (the game’s starter character) or whatsoever other character exits the base, so starts running through the streets of Nomville.

The game has multiple gameplay modes. The primary mode, called Gratis Run, is a traditional countless runner game. The mission mode gives players tasks to complete every bit they run. This mode ends when the player crashes or completes the mission objectives.[19]

The initial release has been a success.[20]
In a span of 1 calendar month, it has been downloaded for over five meg times.[21]



Cut the Rope Remastered
(2021)


[edit]

A remastered version of
Cut the Rope
was released on April ii, 2021 on Apple Arcade. In the game, Om Nom and his family gloat his birthday; on this special occasion, Crumb Nom takes out brings out a few books as altogether presents, which are based on the events on the previous games in the series. In the game, there are five level packs, this time presented every bit books, with levels either taken from or are based on v of the previous entries: Evan’due south House, based on the original, Experiments and Fourth dimension Travel, both based on the games of the same name, Road Trip, based on
Cut the Rope 2
and Magic (based on the game of the same name). New to the series are levels containing Nibble Nom instead of Om Nom; the player has to guide three candies to the fauna instead of one, and Nibble Nom himself can exist pushed most and collaborate with other objects, while Om Nom remains stationary in levels until Road Trip. There are as well bonus levels with Om Nelle and the background half covered with water.
Remastered
also features new 3D graphics, an interactive map where power-ups (magnets, candy rain and teleporter) and “worldstars”, which are added to sure levels for replay value, can be found, and an business relationship system, where upward to 6 saves tin be used.

Level packs

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All games in
Cut the Rope
series (except for
Cut the Rope 2
for Android and
Cutting the Rope: Magic) group content into “boxes” or “level packs”. Boxes in the original
Cut the Rope
contain 25 levels each, boxes in
Cut the Rope 2
contain 24 levels each, and boxes in
Cut the Rope: Time Travel
contains just 15 levels each. Nearly boxes innovate a new element in the game, challenging the thespian with a new prepare of game mechanics. New boxes go on to be added from time to time through updates. Three stars can be collected in every level, while an actress star, known as the ability star as of
Remastered, can be found in each level when using superpowers. In
Remastered, a special magenta worldstar tin can be found for some levels past interacting with items on the world map.

The post-obit table summarizes the number of packs and levels in each traditional
Cut the Rope
game, as of May 2021.

Game Number of level packs Levels per pack Achievements Total levels Total regular stars Total worldstars Total stars, ability stars and worldstars
Cut the Rope 17 25 76 (with Candy Feast & Processed Pic) (iOS) 51 (Android) 425 1275 Due north/A 1700
Cutting the Rope: Experiments 8 25 28 200 600 800
Cut the Rope: Time Travel 12 15 (except Parallel Universe; has 20) 42 185 555 740
Cut the Rope 2 vii 24 25 168 504
Cutting the Rope: Magic 8 Between 15 and twoscore eight 200 600
Cut the Rope Remastered five 24 22 120 288 30 555


Cut the Rope
level packs


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  1. Cardboard Box.
  2. Fabric Box.
  3. Foil Box.
  4. Magic Box. Magic Box was showtime released on April 5, 2011.
  5. Valentine Box was first released on February 14, 2011.
  6. Toy Box. Toy Box was commencement released in July 2011.
  7. Gift Box.
  8. Cosmic Box. Cosmic Box was released on December 16, 2010.
  9. Toolbox. Toolbox was first released in Oct 2011
  10. Buzz Box. Fizz Box was first released on December 20, 2011.
  11. DJ Box. DJ Box was starting time released on April 25, 2012.
  12. Spooky Box. Chilling Box was beginning released on August 23, 2012.
  13. Steam Box. Steam Box was get-go released on January 10, 2013.
  14. Lantern Box. Lantern Box was showtime released in February 2013.
  15. Cheese Box. Cheese Box was start released on July 26, 2013.
  16. Pillow Box. Pillow Box was first released on June 11, 2014 for Android – June 17, 2014 for iOS.
  17. Mechanical Box. Mechanical Box was kickoff released on March 25, 2015 for iOS – March 26, 2015 for Android.

Reception

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In addition to its commercial success,
Cut the Rope
was very well received by critics. It has a score of 93 on Metacritic, indicating “universal acclamation”.[22]

Cut the Rope: Experiments
reached an aggregate Metacritic score of 85 out of 100,[23]
Cut the Rope: Time Travel
— a score of 84,[24]
and
Cut the Rope 2
a score of 81.[25]


Adaptations, spin-offs and merchandise

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Om Nom Stories, an blithe spider web series on ZeptoLab’southward YouTube channel and sold to several kid-oriented streaming sites, is based on the game series and revolves around Om Nom’s life out of the game.

In July 2011, ZeptoLab and comics publisher Ape Entertainment published a comic book serial to be published as a stand up-alone app. The comics tell the backstory of the candy-eating monster Om Nom and introduce new characters.[26]

The character Om Nom has become the subject of a viral video,[27]
costly toys,[28]
and a Mattel Apptivity game.[29]

In Baronial 2014, ZeptoLab and McDonald’s Europe announced[30]
a multi-market Happy Repast promotional entrada, which featured various
Cutting the Rope-themed kitchen accessories, such as assistant splitter and juicer. “Hungry for fruit and fun?” was the key bulletin of the entrada. As office of the promotion, ZeptoLab also released the game called
Cutting the Rope: Hungry for Fruit.

In June 2015, ZeptoLab partnered with Blockade Entertainment for a feature film based on the games, titled
Om Nom: The Movie, that was set up for release in 2016, merely information technology never came to fruition.[31]

In March 2021, Zeptolab created a personalized volume[32]
for children in collaboration with LionStory. The book features Om Nom, Om Nelle, Toss, Snail Brow, Roto, Lick, Ginger, Blue and a personalized graphic symbol of a child (appearance, name, dedication and a back cover photograph).

See too

[edit]

  • List of nearly downloaded Android applications

References

[edit]


  1. ^


    “Press Release: Enquiry in Motion previews BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 at CES 2012”. 9 January 2012.


  2. ^

    “Behind the Scenes at Cut the Rope for HTML5.” Cut The Rope. ZeptoLab. Web. 01 Apr. 2012. <“Cut the Rope | Behind the Scenes”. Archived from the original on 2012-04-04. Retrieved
    2012-04-02
    .

    >.

  3. ^


    “Cutting the Rope Hits the Web via Net Explorer 9”. Mashable. 2012-01-10.


  4. ^


    “Cutting the Rope”.
    google.com.



  5. ^


    “ZeptoLab’southward Accolade-Winning “Cut the Rope” Now Available on NOOK™ by Barnes & Noble”.
    zeptolab.com.



  6. ^

    Cut the Rope maker ZeptoLab grabs 10M downloads for King of Thieves (updated). Retrieved 1 Baronial 2015

  7. ^


    “Near company. ZeptoLab”.
    www.zeptolab.com
    . Retrieved
    2018-03-27
    .



  8. ^


    KUMPARAK, GREG. ““Cut The Rope” Sequel Will Be Called “Cutting The Rope: Experiments”, Launching August 4th”. TechCrunch.


  9. ^


    Grothaus, Michael. “Cut the Rope: Experiments brings some new twists to the popular property”.


  10. ^


    Lien, Tracey (6 December 2013). “Cut the Rope 2 coming to iOS devices Dec. 19”.
    Polygon
    . Retrieved
    6 December
    2013
    .



  11. ^


    “Om Nom Prepares for New Adventures with Nommies in Cutting the Rope ii, Out Now on Android”. AndroidShock. 2014-03-28. Retrieved
    2014-03-28
    .



  12. ^


    “Amazon.com: Cutting the Rope 2: Appstore for Android”.
    amazon.com.



  13. ^


    “Cut the Rope: Triple Care for”. Nintendo. Retrieved
    April 7,
    2014
    .



  14. ^


    Xav de Matos (January 22, 2014). “Activision bringing Cut the Rope: Triple Treat three-game pack to 3DS”. Joystiq.


  15. ^

    My Om Nom offers your ain pet from Cutting the Rope Dec 18, 2014
  16. ^


    a




    b




    H., Michael (December eighteen, 2015). “Cut the Rope: Magic now available”. Phone Arena. Retrieved
    December 19,
    2015
    .



  17. ^


    Oxford, Nadia (December 17, 2015). “Cutting the Rope: Magic Review – My Magical Om Nom”. Gamezebo. Retrieved
    December 19,
    2015
    .



  18. ^


    “Gameplay”.


  19. ^


    “Game play past TouchArcade”.


  20. ^


    “Pre release success”. 3 March 2020.


  21. ^


    “Milestone of 50 million downloads”.


  22. ^


    “Cut the Rope iOS”. Metacritic. Retrieved
    20 April
    2013
    .



  23. ^


    “Cutting the Rope: Experiments iOS”. Metacritic. Retrieved
    10 October
    2014
    .



  24. ^


    “Cut the Rope: Fourth dimension Travel iOS”. Metacritic. Retrieved
    10 October
    2014
    .



  25. ^


    “Cut the Rope 2 iOS”. Metacritic. Retrieved
    10 Oct
    2014
    .



  26. ^


    Rosenblatt, Seth. “iOS game Cut the Rope jumps to comics”.


  27. ^


    “Cut the Rope animated short makes its debut”. 9 December 2011.


  28. ^


    “Cut the Rope toys coming from Vivid”. Archived from the original on 2012-09-21. Retrieved
    2012-09-25
    .



  29. ^


    “Apptivity™ Cutting The Rope™”.


  30. ^


    “McDonald’due south Features Cutting the Rope”.
    licensemag.com.



  31. ^


    “Om Nom: The Movie Appear”.
    IGN. 2015-06-08.



  32. ^


    “Risk With Om Nom”.
    lionstory.com.


External links

[edit]

  • Official website (English)



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cut_the_Rope