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Cut the Rope 2 launching for iOS December 19

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Cut the Rope 2: Om Nom's Unexpected Adventure

Cut the Rope 2: Om Nom’s Unexpected Adventure will be released for iPhone and iPad on December 19.

Launching initially as an iOS exclusive, developer ZeptoLab will launch the sequel to popular game Cut the Rope for 69p in the App Store.

The new mobile game will introduce 120 levels that will offer fresh gameplay features like being able to interact with Om Nom directly for the first time.

You’ll be able to move him around on-screen and you will encounter new characters called “the Nommies”. These all have unique characteristics to help Om Nom collect his precious candies as he discovers new locations on his journey.

“With Cut the Rope 2, we’ve taken Cut the Rope to the next level, creating a game that not only does justice to the original, but enhances the experience in every possible way,” said Misha Lyalin, ZeptoLab CEO. “It’s literally and figuratively a huge leap for Om Nom as he ventures out into the world for the first time.”

New locations in Cut the Rope 2 include a sandy damn, city park, junkyard, forest and underground levels.

“When we first created Om Nom and Cut the Rope three years ago, our goal was to make a game with which people would feel a strong emotional connection,” said Semyon Voinov, Creative Director and Co-Founder of ZeptoLab. “With Cut the Rope 2, we’ve focused on creating a game experience which would feel almost like an interactive cartoon – with the lively and diverse animations, rich sounds, and unexpected gameplay situations.”

ZeptoLab has also updated the Cut the Rope: Time Travel game with a whole new set of level, set in the Wild West era. Cut the Rope: Holiday Gift is also now available on Android for free for the first time.

New content for Cut the Rope: Experiments will arrive in December as well.

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