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| February 17, 2012
Help Make Things Go Swimmingly In The Latest Update To Cut The Rope: Experiments
On Nom is always up for a good time, that is, as long as it deals with candy. In the second major update to Cut the Rope: Experiments, the little sweet tooth monster has a mini pool party. Containing a couple dozen new levels, the Bath Time set is floating with fun and even a new playmate. During Bath Time, part of Cut the Rope: Experiments and Cut the Rope: Experiments HD v1.2, feeding On Nom is getting a little slippery. It may not require a caution reminder, but players will need to recall those days of science that dealt with water physics. Float, sink, flow, you're going to need to take control of underwater rockets, bubbles, and more. [caption id="attachment_271863" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Overcome buoyancy, liquid friction, and even a sticky little friend"][/caption] I think, I mentioned On Nom's new playmate, right? Yep, I did. Sleepy Snail is getting involved with the splishing and the splashing, unfortunately, not in a helpful way. Sleepy is sticky and getting candy stuck to him will send the treat sinking to the bottom, unless you take action. The Bath Time experience includes a fun-filled watery place to play, 25 new levels, a new leaderboard, new achievements dedicated to those new levels, and a new photo of Om Nom in the Professor’s Album. Cut the Rope: Experiments is designed for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 3.0 or later, and available in the App Store for $0.99. Cut the Rope: Experiments HD is compatible with iPad running iOS 3.2 or later, and available in the App Store for $1.99.