Cut the Rope 2 finally lands on the Windows Phone Store [Update]

After spending more than a year on both Google Play and the App Store, popular puzzle game Cut the Rope 2 has finally made its way to the Windows Phone Store. The game is available as a free download, but does offer in-app-purchases.

Cut the Rope 2 follows the adventure of the lovable Om Nom as he breaks out of his box in pursuit of candy yet again. This adventure takes him through "lush forests, busy cities, junkyards and underground tunnels." In its journey, Om Nom will also meet "Nommies" who will help him on his path. According to Cut the Rope developers ZeptoLab,the game also includes several new features:



ALL NEW LOCATIONS TO EXPLORE! Travel through an interactive map to discover new locations filled with candy collecting, rope cutting action.

ALL NEW CHARACTERS TO MEET! Find 6 new characters, the Nommies, to help you on your unexpected journey.

ALL NEW HATS TO BRAG ABOUT! Customize Om Nom, choose your favorite candy and select your finger traces.

ALL NEW ADVENTURES FOR OM NOM! Experience completely new graphics, sound and gameplay elements, including the ability to move Om Nom.

ALL NEW MISSIONS! Collect the perfect number of stars and strategically gather fruit to complete the mission in each level.

MEET OM NOM’S NEW FRIENDS, THE NOMMIES!

The game has been on both the Google Play Store and App Store for quite some time now, garnering a favorable 4.2-star rating on the former with more than 50 million downloads. It also enjoys a score of 81/100 on Metacritic.

The good news for Windows Phone users is that the game also supports low-memory devices, but the rather unfortunate news is that it is not Xbox-branded like its previous iterations, which will probably be a source of displeasure for many users.

You can download the game for free from here. The download size is just under 100 MB.

Update: The game is now available as a universal app in the Windows Store as well. (Thanks for the tip, windowsphoneapps!)

Source: Windows Phone Store |Image via mbile.ru

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