Om Nom returns for more cord-cutting fun
- Fun, problem-solving gameplay
- Colorful graphics
- Simple controls
- Addition of commentary works well
- Doesn't take long to complete all the levels
Cut the Rope: Experiments recaptures the magic of the classic iOS game Cut the Rope, adding some fun new twists to the already excellent gameplay.
The principle of Cut the Rope: Experiments is largely the same as the original: cut the ropes strategically to release the candy and feed the hungry monster, Om Nom. Besides just chopping string, you'll also need to make use of bubbles, air blowers and the like, as well as several new elements including rope shooters and suction cups.
As you might guess from the name, Cut the Rope: Experiments has a scientific theme. It stars a new character, the Professor, who adds a commentary to your games, praising you when you do well or berating you when you fail. It's a nice interactive addition to Cut the Rope, reminding us of the tutorial levels of Little Big Planet.
Cut the Rope: Experiments includes 125 levels (known as 'experiments'), set across five gorgeously-designed worlds. You should find it pretty easy to get through all the levels. Cut the Rope: Experiments also features different achievements to unlock, as well a side story that involves collecting pieces of a photo to discover who the Professor really is.
Cut the Rope: Experiments is a worthy sequel to a classic casual puzzle game.
- Broken level fix and other improvements