Cut The Rope Now Available for Windows Phone

The title was released as an Xbox game for WP users

The highly popular puzzle game Cut The Rope has finally arrived in the Windows Phone Store, and is now available for download for all owners of devices running under Windows Phone 7.5 or higher.

Those who have already had the chance to play the game on other operating systems out there are already in the know with what it involves.

They will have to cut the rope to feed candy to a little monster called Om Nom. However, although this might sound simple, the game is actually getting more complicated with each level, and plunges users in an addictive race to solve provided puzzles.

The game has already seen over 250 million downloads all around the world, and is now available for Microsoft’s mobile operating system as well.

The game is available with a price tag of $0.99 attached to it at the moment, offering 300 levels for users to enjoy, with more of them promised for the future.

“A mysterious package has arrived, and the little monster inside has only one request…CANDY! Help get the candy to Om Nom, the lovable star of the game, in this highly innovative and addictive puzzle game,” the guys over at Zeptolab UK Ltd note.

“Combining outstanding physics, devilishly tricky levels, and bright colorful High Definition visuals, Cut the Rope is one of the most original and fun-filled games in the Windows Phone Marketplace!”

Users interested in the new game should know that it is not offering support for all existing Windows Phone devices out there.

It comes with screen resolution requirements of HD720P (720x1280), WVGA (480x800) and WXGA (768x1280), and might not be compatible with entry-level devices at all.

Users interested in getting Cut The Rope for a spin should head over to this page in the Windows Phone Store to grab it. The game was made available only in English at the moment.


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