Cut the Rope: Experiments Review
Cut the Rope is one of the best physics based game ever released on Android. It was made for iOS then ported to Android last year. There is no need to ask about it’s popularity since Cut the Rope still manage to sit on the top pick list at Google Play store until today. No wonder why the developer then decide to release the sequel of this game. Dubbed as Cut the Rope: Experiments, the developer ZeptoLab add 24 different level on this new release. There is no major change on the gameplay but i though that there are some of you who curious to find out what’s new on Cut the Rope Experiments. So, without any more delay, here is my review.
Like i said earlier, there is no huge difference in the gameplay area. ZeptoLab still keep their winning formula, asking you to cut the rope in order to feed Om Nom (yes, that tiny lizzard-like creature is currently called that way) with candy. The first 25 levels are like the recap of the original edition. For veteran Cut the Rope players, this can be considered as nostalgia, while newcomer should take advantage from those stages to practice. Like always, on those levels you will face plenty of different obstacles and element, including bubbles, stretchable ropes, grabbing rope, and others.
Sucessfully pass each stages and you will see more element. In this new release, the developer include rockets, suction cups, projectile rope darts, and robotic hand. For those of you who ask, the answer is yes. Those elements has their own unique function that can either help you to complete the task or just sit there to confuse you. For instance, the robotic hand can help you to catch the candy to move it clockwise or anti-clockwise. I’ve been spending couple of hours with Cut the Rope: Experiments and i must say that there is no single stage that quite challenging for me. It’s true guys. If you have play the previous version, you might find that this version is easier.
There are total of 150 levels on Cut the Rope: Experiments. You should be able to spend couple of hours with them.
Overall, you don’t need to become a rocket scientist to beat this game in less than two hours. I’ve finish this game in a single sitting and i manage to collect 356 of 450 stars for that. Probably the only reason left for you to play this game is to do perfect score on each stage. That will be insane, but i am not too interested of doing that.
Cut the Rope: Experiment is currently available for free at Google Play () store. If you want to have the HD or no-ad version, you should invest no less than $1.99.