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| October 26, 2012
Now You Can Watch Some Entertaining Eye-Candy Right Within Cut The Rope
All instances of Cut the Rope in the App Store have just been updated with some delicious eye-candy. The iPhone editions of the original Cut the Rope and the sort-of sequel Cut the Rope: Experiments have been updated with iPhone 5 support. In addition, both games plus their iPad counterparts, Cut the Rope HD and Cut the Rope: Experiments HD, have been equipped with three superpowers for free. But no doubt the sweetest addition to all of the Cut the Rope titles is the new in-game "Om Nom Stories" player. What's "Om Nom Stories"? It's a new Web series produced by Cut the Rope creator ZeptoLab. And with its cute combination of animation and live action, it's sure to please fans of the game:
The series chronicles Om Nom's adventures with a young boy named Evan, beginning with the little monster's mysterious appearance on Evan's doorstep in Episode 1. The animation series goes on to reveal Om Nom's mischievous yet endearing personality as he and Evan bond over day-to-day activities such as playing games, exploring household items and celebrating holidays. As the series progresses, Om Nom and Evan meet new characters that will be familiar to Cut the Rope fans.If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. So far, the series' pilot episode and the first episode of its first season are available on ZeptoLab's YouTube channel and in the Cut the Rope games' cartoon section. But with the latest versions of the Cut the Rope games, fans have the option to receive new episode alerts through push notifications. Fans can also share episodes directly from the games through Facebook, Twitter, and email. The original Cut the Rope for iPhone and Cut the Rope HD for iPad are available in the App Store for $0.99 and $3.99, respectively. Similarly, the more gadget-heavy Cut the Rope: Experiments for iPhone and Cut the Rope: Experiments HD for iPad are available for $0.99 and $3.99, respectively. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]