Play “Cut the Rope” In Your Browser

  • Microsoft and game developers zeptolab and Pixel Lab unveiled a browser version of the popular Android and iOS game Cut the Rope, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) going on now in Las Vegas.  At the show, they are showing off Internet Explorer 9′s Javascript and HTML5 capabilities, to show developers how easily they can create apps for the web using Windows software.  Luckily for us non-Windows users, running Windows and/or Internet Explorer is not required.  Any up-to-date browser, i.e. Chrome and Firefox can run the game.

    This is great for people who do not won an Android or iOS device. You can play here.

    I played a couple levels.  I gotta say, it’s pretty tricky playing on a computer.  It is defiantly more intuitive on my Galaxy Tab 10.1.

    About Cut the Rope:

    Cut the Rope, catch a star, and feed Om Nom candy in this award-winning game! Join MORE THAN 60 MILLION PEOPLE who have already played this game and gave it an average rating of 4.7/5! (Android Market)

    The little monster Om Nom is hungry and the only thing standing between him and a full belly is you – that is your help cutting the ropes that hold the candy he wants.  Swipe your finger across the ropes to release the delicious bundles into his mouth.  But don’t forget to collect the stars and break the bubbles along the way – easier said than done when enemies and obstacles await.

    Cut the Rope is an award-winning mobile game from ZeptoLab, was an instant phenomenon in the iOS App Store reaching the #1 spot globally, and continues to gain popularity.

    Via OMGUbuntu!


    January 10th, 2012 | Joe Steiger | No Comments | Tags: , , , , , ,

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