Cut the Rope has finally landed on Android phones and tablets today, ending a six month wait for it cross the OS divide from iDevices.
The free to download puzzler is available now exclusively from third-party applications market GetJar – marking the second major Android exclusive it has secured after Angry Birds last year.
In case you’ve been hiding out in the Tora Bora cave complex these last few months, Cut the Rope tasks you with slicing a series of ropes through which you conspire to get candy secreted around the screen into the mouth of a greedy little monster dubbed Om Nom.
Android gamers who don’t mind the odd pop-up advert get 175 levels around four areas (Cardboard, Fabric, Foil, and Gift) to play through for absolutely gratis.
The devs behind the title Zeptolab recently announced that Cut the Rope for iPhones, iPads and iPods has now been download some three million times, making it the only game of recent times to get anywhere near the planet-conquering success of Rovio’s Angry Birds.
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