Cut The Rope now in the Android Market

Cut The Rope now in the Android Market
We have to hope that this isn't the first time you're hearing about Cut The Rope. The subtly addictive physics puzzler has been around on iOS for a while, and did make its debut on Android last week. The trouble was that the game was only available on GetJar, the alternate repository for free Android apps, and some of you out there may not be able to sideload apps (AT&T users), so that wasn't really an option for getting the game. Now, Cut The Rope is finally available on the Android Market.

This is the same game that you'll find on GetJar, with all 175 levels and the almost annoyingly cute main character, Om Nom. The only difference is that the version in the Android Market is 99 cents and is ad-free, while the GetJar version is free, but has ads. So, if the Android Market is your only way to get the game, it would seem the choice has been made for you (because this is a great game, and 99 cents is pretty reasonable.) But, if you want to try the game before you buy, you can still get the free version from GetJar, or borrow your friend's iPhone, because we're pretty sure they'll have it.

source: Droid Gamers
Android Market link
GetJar link



1. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

i downloaded last week from GetJar and I am half way there

2. LXH unregistered

I've download from Getjar and the game is mostly perfect. Just some levels my Aria cannot stand :D :D however it's cool to have smooth and multi-touch official cut the rope :D

3. jogutier

Posts: 324; Member since: Feb 12, 2010

Still can't find it on the Android Market. Is this just for certain Android phones?Upate: I just clicked the link. LOL! :)

4. biophone

Posts: 1994; Member since: Jun 15, 2011

Android market still has a lot of catching up to do compared to the app store which i have downloaded more games then I can play :). Although since the android market is open in turns of apps with functionalties android is ahead

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