By Prarthito Maity email: email@example.com | Mar 09, 2013 11:15 AM EST
Cut The Rope: Experiments is easily one of the popular apps on the Google Play Store, and now the developers are offering more for all the users and fans.
Per reports, Cut The Rope: Experiments has now received a massively exciting new update from ZeptoLabs that adds another 25 new levels to the already popular game with the inclusion of ants.
The game that already has 175 fun and exciting levels is now updated to include 25 more levels. The new levels are available to users who have already downloaded the game and the brand new map pack is called Ant Hill and the user will be working with the scampering ants more than they would think.
The official page states: “The ants go marching one by one in Ant Hill, the latest level pack for Cut the Rope: Experiments. Drop the candy onto the stream of scurrying ants – they’ll pick up any candy that crosses their path and carry it along! Tap the candy to release it from the ant’s grip, and into Om Nom’s mouth!”
As far as the game is concerned, Android Authority writes: “The same quick-thinking and logic skills are present in the new levels that made the game so much fun in the first place. While the ants might help you inadvertently bring the candy to Om Nom, their goal is actually to get the candy back to the ant hills. You simply have to find a way around that.”
“While the update doesn’t change the game all that much beyond adding ants to the mix, it could be a welcome change if you’ve played the game to perfection already and are looking for a new challenge.”
As of now, the game offers:
7 level packs with 175 levels
Innovative physics gameplay
Om Nom animation shorts
Constant free updates with new levels and animations
While the update is free for those who have already bought the game, those who haven’t can download it from the Play Store for $0.99. As expected, there’s also a free version, for those who want to try out the game before they buy it.
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