Zeptolab’s King of Thieves available for free in the Play Store

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In late January, developer Zeptolab revealed King of Thieves with an unspecified release date. The game explores a new genre for Zeptolab, who made stayed close to the puzzle genre of Cut the Rope, by bringing together a few different ones. King of Thieves merges tower defense, platformer, and multiplayer elements. Now, the game is available for Android devices around the world.

Players evade traps and attacks while stealing gold from others. There are eighty levels to play go through alone and then players can compete with each other for superior placement on leaderboards. The game maintains the cartoon elements seen in Cut the Rope, but King of Thieves definitely has its own identity.

The game is free to download (with in-app purchases) and compatible with Android TV devices.

Hit the break for the trailer, gallery, and download links.

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Zeptolab departs from puzzle genre with King of Thieves

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Chances are you have played Cut the Rope or at least have seen someone with the game. It is one of the games from Zeptolab. The developer has a history with the puzzle genre, but the next game to leave the studio will a departure from that. The upcoming game is King of Thieves and it brings together tower defense, platformer, and multiplayer elements. Not many details are disclosed, if any, but the trailer makes it clear that the design/graphics match that of Cut the Rope.

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Cut The Rope 2 swings into the Play Store

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After being on iOS for several months, Cut The Rope 2 has finally come to Android. Fans of the franchise are sure to like this new and improved version, which includes new challenges, characters, and obstacles. Our favorite and very lovable character, Om Nom, even breaks out of his box and to hit the busy cities, forests, underground tunnels, and junkyards. Om Nom will also make a lot of new friends such as Roto, Lick, Blue, Toss, and Boo. Cut The Rope 2 supports high resolution on your phone or tablet.

The game is free, but you will find in-app purchases along the way.

Hit the break for full list of features, screenshots, a video, and of course, download links.

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Cut the Rope 2 gets a release date.. for iOS, Android likely next year

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The good news is that Cut the Rope 2 will be heading to Android. The bad news is we just don’t know when. Zeptolab has announced that the iOS version will be available on December 19 while providing no information on Android. The release will likely be early in 2014, so there isn’t too much of a wait. Instead of twiddling your thumbs, watch a new trailer for the game (after the break). Read more

Zeptolab teases upcoming Cut the Rope: Time Travel [Video]

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Looks like Zeptolab is readying another installment of Cut the Rope. This latest version will still feature the cute and lovable Om Nom, but it will involve time travel. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 2 years since their last game, Cut the Rope: Experiments, so we are looking forward to it. We don’t have anything else to go on other than the trailer video (after the break), but be rest assured that Cut the Rope: Time Travel will be another hit.

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Cut the Rope: Experiments now available in Google Play Store

If you loved Cut the Rope as much as I did, you’ll want to head over to the Google Play Store and download the new Cut the Rope: Experiments. ZeptoLab has brought us some more candy-filled adventures for the adorable Om Nom.

There are 125 new experiments (or levels) with 5 new settings, and more to come. The level packs include Getting Started, Shooting the Candy, Sticky Steps, Rocket Science, and Bath Time. Things like rope guns, suction cups, rockets, and water will be part of the game play. There are some new characters, along with a new story line featuring commentary from the Professor. You can even find hidden evidence for the Professor’s photo album to share on Facebook or post Scoreloop achievements and leader boards to compare your progress to other rope cutters around the world.

The game was only available in a Kindle Fire edition on the Amazon App Store at first. But, it’s now available on the Play Store and the Amazon App Store for other Android devices, for $0.99. Check out the link below to download your copy.

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