Cut the Rope for Google Chrome

I’m not much of a gaming person (I’ve said that many times here already, right?) so, posts about games for Chrome here may not be as good as you expect. But, I don’t want to miss some popular games here.

Cut the Rope landed in the Google Chrome Webstore last week. I already see 118,238 users on the Webstore stats. Looks like many of their mobile app followers jumped in as soon as they launched the web version. Here is a  little about the game.

 A mysterious package has arrived, and the little monster inside has only one request… CANDY! Cut the ropes to release candy into Om Nom’s mouth. As you satisfy his sweet tooth, collect shiny gold stars and unlock new levels.

Play through a range of different box types, each with interesting new gameplay mechanics to keep you coming back for more.

Cut the Rope is the award-winning game from ZeptoLab, featuring the little monster Om Nom who is discovered by a mad (but not bad) scientist determined to study his candy-loving behavior.

Join millions of others who have enjoyed the fun, casual gameplay of this critically acclaimed physics-based puzzle.

Any cut the rope fans here?

Install Cut the Rope for Chrome

In Category: Google Chrome


Dinsan made Google Chrome his default browser within hours of its release. He fell in love with Chromebooks from the day he first touched one and is currently obsessed with Chromecasts.

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  • Jeff 27/06/2012, 4:34 am

    Another web game that installs a package. I’m curious to see how these work long term. For example AirMech which is another advanced game with a chrome version, downloads a 50MB+ package. However, every week there is an update that requires completely removing the game and re-installing. Seems to go against the principles of a browser based game.

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