Cut the Rope Comes to Android as Free, Exclusive GetJar Offering

GetJar scored another high profile Android exclusive today with the release of the very addictive game, Cut the Rope.  Released last year for iOS, the physic-based title gives users 175 levels of gameplay with sharp, colorful visuals and a lovable green monster, Om Nom.  Players need to find ways to feed candy to the little fella by cutting a series of ropes.  Like Angry Birds and other games with high replay value, Cut the Rope lets players come back to improve their scores and grab up to three stars.  As levels progress and more ropes are introduced, it becomes harder to collect stars along the way.

This free Android version of Cut the Rope will be only be available through GetJar for the next week.  After that point we expect to see it come to the Android Market and perhaps Amazon Appstore.  Our gut tells us that the game will pick up a 99¢ price tag at that point, maybe more.  Go to and download Cut the Rope today, you’ll be tied up all weekend.

Press Release

About author

Scott Webster
Scott Webster 6602 posts

Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

You might also like

News and Rumors

New Gmail app for Android lets users do much more in notifications

Google released a new Gmail app for Android this afternoon which helps you reply, archive, and search quickly from the notifications bar. (Note, this is available to users running Android

News and Rumors

Immersion Powers Touch Feedback for Android Mobile Phone Platform (PRESS RELEASE)

Handset Makers and Content Developers Can Easily Add Haptics to Deliver Superior Mobile User Experiences SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan 08, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Immersion Corporation (NASDAQ:IMMR), the leading developer

News and Rumors

B&N Nook HD, Nook HD+ shipping this week

Barnes & Noble dropped us a line early this morning to let everyone know that their two new Android-powered tablets, the Nook HD and Nook HD+ are ready to roll.


  1. J33433
    June 24, 20:35 Reply

    Too bad the site sends me on an endless loop to nowhere.

  2. J33433
    June 24, 20:35 Reply

    Too bad the site sends me on an endless loop to nowhere.

Leave a Reply