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Groovy! First Cut The Rope: Time Travel Update Takes You And Om Nom To The Disco Era

Cut the Rope: Time Travel has just traveled back to one helluva groovy era: the Disco Era. Released last April, Cut the Rope: Time Travel is the third title in ZeptoLab's popular Cut the Rope series of physics-based puzzle games, following the original Cut the Rope and Cut the Rope: Experiments. Cut the Rope: Time Travel has you helping Om Nom as he travels back in time to feed his ancestors with — what else? — candy. In each level of the game, you have to feed not only Om Nom but also one of his ancestors, thereby doubling the challenge and doubling the fun. Initially, Cut the Rope: Time Travel invited you to join Om Nom in the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, a Pirate Ship, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and the Stone Age. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Now, with its first update, the game invites you to get into the groove in the Disco Era:
In this groovy update to Cut the Rope: Time Travel, players will feed Om Nom and his disco-dancing ancestor in 15 levels that feature a new gameplay element: a disco ball that deflects the candy-destroying beams of the mega-spotlight. The disco ball must be positioned just right to deliver the candy to not one, but two hungry green monsters.
Cut the Rope: Time Travel for iPhone and Cut the Rope: Time Travel HD for iPad are available in the App Store for $0.99 and $2.99, respectively. A couple of weeks ago, the original Cut the Rope received a "cheesy" update that brought 25 levels set against a backdrop of cheese and introduced Om Nom's new mouse friend. As for Cut the Rope: Experiments, it was last updated back in March, with an "antsy" level pack featuring candy-carrying ants. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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