ZeptoLab has released a successor to multi-million selling game Cut The Rope. The new game, titled Cut the Rope: Experiments, expands on the simple physics model with a few new gadgets. From TouchArcade's review:

One is a button that shoots a rope at the candy. The rope can snag it in midair, leading to some impressive carnival stunts. The other is a rope on a suction cup that can be attached and detached with a touch. It still obeys the laws of physics, so you need to be quick to reattach it while it's dropping. Both of the new gadgets give you a bit more freedom to move the candy around the levels, and they're great fun to play with.

ZeptoLab followed Angry Birds-maker Rovio by self-publishing its Cut the Rope sequel and dropping game publisher Chillingo.

Cut the Rope: Experiments is available for iPhone ($0.99) and iPad ($1.99) on the App Store.

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saving107 Avatar
166 months ago
Isn't the point of www.toucharcade.com to post, talk and review apps? Is MacRumors going to become like TUAW and Mac Stories with the constant app recommendations.

Recent post here on Macrumors:


* Garmin Releases New 'Onboard' Turn-By-Turn GPS Apps for iOS
* Vonage Introduces iPhone VoIP App With Free 15 Minute Call
* GLMPS Brings Harry Potter-esque Moving Photos to the iPhone
* Google+ for iOS Gains iPad and iPod Touch Support, Not Yet Universal
* Condé Nast Launches Free 'Goings On Around Town' App
* Cut the Rope: Experiments' Delivers More Candy For Om Nom
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
saving107 Avatar
166 months ago
I'll save the "If you don't like MacRumors then find another site, the rest of us like it" for the dozens of others who are going to flame you. Godspeed my friend.
I'm confused, what was supposed to happen?

Significant apps are definitely worth covering, just not necessarily on the front page.
I get that this was posted to the blog, and I agree that significant apps should get coverage.

this thing's been out for about a week already. And I've beaten it already Lol
Same here.

I'm not disagreeing with the OP, Cut the Rope is a fun game, I was just puzzled as to why it was being covered here on MacRumors.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
el-John-o Avatar
166 months ago
personally, not into puzzle games, but it looks interesting

I'm actually not either, and I wasn't a fan of Angry Birds, but then one is a blast, and is easy enough and the levels are short enough it's a fun time waster.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Dusky600 Avatar
166 months ago
love cut the rope, i always finish it to fast though, experiments is done.. :( the need to update faster
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jlgolson Avatar
166 months ago
Isn't the point of www.toucharcade.com to post, talk and review apps? Is MacRumors going to become like TUAW and Mac Stories with the constant app recommendations.
As el-John-o said, most of these posts are in ADDITION to what's on the front page. Anything on the blog should be considered a bonus. Significant apps are definitely worth covering, just not necessarily on the front page.
Score: 0 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Truffy Avatar
166 months ago
As el-John-o said, most of these posts are in ADDITION to what's on the front page. Anything on the blog should be considered a bonus.
Actually, I came to this FROM the front page. Perhaps that sidebar is supposed to be blog chatter, but it's not obvious.
I was just puzzled as to why it was being covered here on MacRumors.
I'm constantly puzzled as to why MacRumors posts so many iDevice/iOS rumours, rather than Mac rumours. And on the front page not just the blog. Hey-ho!
Score: -1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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