CtrttZeptoLab today previewed the third in its Cut the Rope series of games, this one called Cut the Rope: Time Travel. The company didn't include any details on the new game beyond this teaser trailer, but it's likely to incorporate some sort of time shifting mechanic.

The other two games in this series, Cut the Rope and Cut the Rope: Experiments, both became bestsellers on the App Store and won multiple gaming awards. ZeptoLab's most recent game, Pudding Monsters, was less successful.

Our sister-site TouchArcade has this to say about the Cut the Rope games:

If you're not familiar, the gameplay mechanic of Cut the Rope hinges around solving physics puzzles to feed the above adorable monster candy. Both Cut the Rope proper as well as Experiments should be on your phone (or iPad), if they aren't already.

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verniesgarden Avatar
144 months ago
inb4 the complaining about a company trying to make money by releasing a new version of a game.

YES! HOW DARE THEY! Making a product I love and enjoy, then asking me to give them a dollar or TWO! for hours of game play and free levels.... corporate greed to the extreme! All they care about is money... and their scheme to get it is clever mechanics, fun simple all ages storyboard, and solid programming...
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jhead95 Avatar
144 months ago
YES! HOW DARE THEY! Making a product I love and enjoy, then asking me to give them a dollar or TWO! for hours of game play and free levels.... corporate greed to the extreme! All they care about is money... and their scheme to get it is clever mechanics, fun simple all ages storyboard, and solid programming...

Same deal with Apple... every second person complains about device specific features in iOS. They seem to be forgetting the fact that the upgrade is FREE. And that without customers buying new devices, the company would not be able to release new OS updates anyway as Apple wouldn't have the funds to do so. People need to think.
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GenesisST Avatar
144 months ago
inb4 the complaining about a company trying to make money by releasing a new version of a game.
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kockgunner Avatar
144 months ago
Sort of off topic...does anyone know if they make an actual "Cut the Rope" candy? I'm not usually into buying game merchandise, but I'd be curious what it tastes like.

Image (http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20111028025351/cuttherope/images/1/1c/Candy.png)

It always looked like a Campino to me.
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charlituna Avatar
144 months ago
inb4 the complaining about a company trying to make money by releasing a new version of a game.

My issue isn't making money but rather that many of the new versions on games are more new level packs than new game play. Like Angry Birds Seasons.not really a new game but just more levels. It should have been an IAP in the original if they insisted on making money off them. Same way I feel that free v ad free should be via IAP and all games should have to be universal although developers could be allowed the option perhaps to make HD assets IAP. Or at least a secondary download like Temple Run Oz did it.
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dcrowl02 Avatar
144 months ago
See pic

can you elaborate? most probably I'm blind

I can see plenty of particle stars here & there along the video, but none like the one portrayed at the end


See pic
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