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Most recently I had the pleasure in reviewing, “Cut the Rope: Triple Threat” for Nintendo 3DS. Cut the Rope: Triple Threat is a single-player, strategy-based puzzle game in an adorable, 3D package. In this new 3DS game players will have to manipulate increasingly intricate strings of touch-controlled puzzles in order to feed Om Nom. Om Nom is an unappeasable, lovable, green, little monster that appears one day in need of a home.
This awesome 3DS game has some great features that you will love such as: Three Games In One Cut the Rope: Triple Threat has over 50 hours of epic gameplay spread throughout more than 650 levels. For example, Cut the Rope: Experiments adds new objects and a new storyline, while Cut the Rope: Time Travel introduces Om Nom’s ancestors, challenging game players to feed not only one but two hungry, monsters.
Challenge in Simplicity- Players will have to guide pieces of yummy candy to Om Nom’s hungry, waiting mouth through complex combinations or obstacles, like portals, floating bubbles, air cushions, steam vents and more! Feeding this hungry green monster is quite simple but finishing the level with 3 stars and a high score does require some precision and finesse.
Along with this game’s comfortable, touch-based control of the 3DS stylus, Cut the Rope: Triple Threat does features some great eye-popping stereoscopic 3D art and visuals, in-game achievements, online leader boards and a full series of animated Om Nom Stories starring this famous green monster.
This game is great for everyone! If you loved the other two popular Cut the Rope games you’ll love this one just as much! With awesome, bright game graphics and colors this game will catch anyone’s eye. I have played Cut the Rope before a few times, it is actually a quite addictive game. The fun obstacles to get through and the levels get trickier and trickier as you go. My youngest son and daughter helped me review this great game. They both had a fun time playing it. The youngest had a little more of a fun time though hahaha.
Publisher: Activision Publishing, Inc. Developer: FUN Labs Platforms: Nintendo 3DS Players: 1 ESRB Rating: E(everyone)