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This article was published on June 21, 2012

After 100M mobile downloads, Cut the Rope comes to Chrome Web Store

After 100M mobile downloads, Cut the Rope comes to Chrome Web Store
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In case you haven’t gotten enough of a fix of Cut the Rope on your mobile device, the company behind one of the most popular games in the world, ZeptoLab, has optimized the game for your desktop.

The app is available for free on the Chrome Web Store starting now, and it’s not the experience that you’re used to when you get to touch things.

The company says that the game has over 100M downloads on mobile devices and launched a MacOS version at the beginning of the year. There is also an HTML5 version that Microsoft launched at the beginning of the year.

All of the artwork and game mechanics have been redone to fully utilize all of the real estate you have on your desktop.

Cut the Rope for Google Chrome