CTR2_screenshot_ipad_3_enAfter months of teasers, ZeptoLab® has finally released the first gameplay trailer and detailed information about their upcoming puzzle platformer sequel, Cut the Rope 2: Om Nom’s Unexpected Adventure™.

The ‘Om Nom’ is out of the box (quite literally) this time he’s adventuring through the forest, junkyard, city park and even underground to get his candy fix. The game features 120 levels of new challenges and gameplay elements “including the ability to interact with Om Nom and move him on-screen for the very first time”. Cut the Rope 2 also introduces a new cast of characters known as the Nommies, who have special characteristics that Om Nom can utilize to reach his sweets.

“With Cut the Rope 2, we’ve taken Cut the Rope to the next level, creating a game that not only does justice to the original, but enhances the experience in every possible way,” said Misha Lyalin, ZeptoLab CEO. “It’s literally and figuratively a huge leap for Om Nom as he ventures out into the world for the first time.”

This brilliant looking sequel be launching (initially as an iOS exclusive) next Thursday, December 19th as a universal app (YAY!) with a launch price of only 99¢!


For a sneak peek at the new gameplay elements and the Nommies, check out the Cut the Rope 2 gameplay trailer below. And if that’s not enough Om Nom for you, ZeptoLab® will be premiering the third season of their award-winning animated series “Om Nom Stories” sometime later this month, and the previous Cut the Rope titles have been updated with special sequel and holiday content as well.

Cut the Rope

Om Nom has gone missing from the game. Om Nom’s familiar face has been replaced by the image of mischievous spiders and a question mark icon that leads to an in-game countdown to Cut the Rope 2.

Cut the Rope: Time Travel

Now features the Wild West era, available for free, and The Future era, which players can access for free by collecting three stars in previous levels or by purchase.

Cut the Rope: Holiday Gift

Is available for free.

Cut the Rope: Experiments

Will also enjoy new game content in December, as ZeptoLab releases Bamboo Chutes.