We stumbled upon this new game on App Store topping the “New List of Apps” with 4.5 stars in 990 ratings as of this writing. If you want some puzzling-cute-rope-game with the cute little green monster Om Nom, you better drop a candy into his mouth to make him happy.
It’s a new handy candy level pack that involves cutting ropes to move the robo arms for our little friend to taste those sweet candies through catch, release and drop movements. Cut the Rope: Experiments is a sequel to ZeptoLab’s award-winning mobile game Cut the Rope. The story involves a mad scientist, (not that bad scientist), eager to study the behavior of Om Nom’s love of candies through experiments.
Basically, the game involves cutting of ropes to move the robo arms to get candies into Om Nom’s mouth. Players should aim for the gold stars to unlock levels. There are 150 new experiments in 6 stunning graphics. The colorful settings of the game set the mood of the player, not to mention the Om Nom’s irresistible smiles and smirks.
Play in six packs from Getting Started, Shooting the Candy, Sticky Steps, Rocket Science, Bath Time and Handy Candy. The game requires strategic thinking, precision and accuracy in cutting the ropes to get the gold stars. If you’re not familiar with the mechanics of the game, start right with the basics until you master the timely cutting of ropes plus the elements like rope guns, sunction cups, rockets, water and robo arms.
If you’re struggling to get all the gold stars, you can unleash superpowers with the use of Telekinesis to control the candy and collect the hidden stars. However, it involves real cash to access these superpowers.
The game involves story line and comments from the Professor. It’s fun and engaging as you unlock the levels and receive achievements and leader boards. It’s social media-friendly. You can tweet and update your status to brag your score.
I enjoyed the mechanics of the game, although it really requires a lot of thinking and timing to cut the ropes for the gold stars.
Overall, I give Cut the Rope: Experiment game app 5 star-rating. How do you find Om Nom’s candy-loving behavior?