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Cut the Rope: Time Travel launched as Cut the Rope sequel

ZeptoLab has announced the launch of Cut the Rope: Time Travel, the sequel to the immensely popular Cut the Rope game.

Cut the Rope: Time Travel is available now for iOS and Android, and will see the game’s candy-crunching monster Om Nom stumble upon a Time Travel Machine that enables him to go back in time and discover his previous incarnations.

The new app will introduce new gameplay mechanics for players to decipher and will introduce new Om Nom descendants to feed. All the ropes and devices introduced in Cut the Rope will make appearances too. The game will also make players work out how to feed two hungry monsters instead of just the loveable Om Nom himself.

Players will make their way through the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece and the Stone Age, perhaps encountering Om Nom’s dinosaur ancestors.

Ten new episodes of Om Nom Stories will also be integrated into the game and based on Om Nom’s time travelling adventures. Launched last October, Om Nom Stories won Best Web App/Series awarded by iKids.

The original Cut the Rope game has been downloaded over 300 million times since it was launched in October 2010. Cut the Rope: Experiments was launched in August 2011 and both games have reached the top of charts across all mobile app stores.

ZeptoLab also released an entirely new IP called Pudding Monsters, which is a puzzle game using slide and stick tactics to complete levels.

Cut the Rope: Time Travel can be downloaded now from the Apple App Store for iOS, Google Play Store for Android or from Amazon and Nook stores.

Cut the Rope: Time Travel

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