orb3000 · Mar 22, 2011 at 03:00 pm

Unofficial Game Cut The Rope for Android

Can´t wait to get the official version of the game Cut the Rope on your Android device? In the meantime, you have something to entertain yourself thanks to XDA member lobstrain that found a kind of lite, non official version of the game. This game, which is famous in the iOS platform, promises to be a good contender for Angry Birds, we will see when it officially launches…
For those of you who don´t know what the game is about, here’s a brief description: A mysterious package has arrived, and the creature inside has only one request…Candy! Help get the candy to Om Nom. In Cut the Rope, you don’t just need to feed Om Nom, because in order to get maximum score, you will also need to collect three golden stars in each stage.
Be aware that you are not playing the official version but a kind of alpha version, so bugs are present. However, according to OP the game works on the Evo with CM7 RC2. Try it and let us know your feedback.

Originally posted by lobstrain
Cut The Rope on Android! Finally!

First of all, http://www.droid-life.com/2011/03/01…iew-goes-live/

Second, I think I found the apk… the very one that’s shown in the video. I have it on my phone, and it looks quite official. It is a lite version, though, probably the free version that will be released once the game goes up on the market. I don’t know what it’s compatible with, though. I have it running on my Evo, CM7 RC2.

EDIT: This is an UNofficial Chinese port of the game.

Enjoy!

EDIT: Played this for a while now… beat all except for one level. It seems to be pretty buggy. Taps are almost always registered as swipes, and multi-touch just doesn’t work. Still, it should help stave off anyone’s craving for some Cut The Rope

Continue to the game thread.


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