Cut The Rope Now Available for Windows Phone

| November 8, 2012 | 7 Replies

Cut The Rope has for a long time been one of the largest games on Android and iOS; bringing with it loads of awesome levels, and even more spin-off games such as “Cut The Rope Experiments”. Cut The Rope also appeared on Symbian earlier this year (check out the video review of the Symbian version down below).

Well now Cut The Rope has landed on Windows Phone shores (WP 7.5 & 8), clocking in at a very reasonable $.99; which thankfully is equal to prices on other platforms, shedding the very unfortunate trend of higher prices on WP than other platforms.

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Download the link from the QR code/Link below:

http://windowsphone.com/s?appId=4c0cf9f4-31f0-444e-9321-0237d04f6a38

QR: Cut the Rope

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Category: Applications, Nokia, Video, Windows Phone

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  • Shashank

    I bought Cut The Rope on my Nokia E7(Belle). Do I need to buy it again when I purchase a Windows Phone?

    • DesR85

      Yes. Different ecosystem, you still have to buy the same game/app again, just like when moving from iOS to Android or to Windows Phone and vice versa.

  • DesR85

    I just saw this on the UK Marketplace (and yes, I reset my phone to my previous account using it, so now I can access XBox Live games). Bought it when I saw it since I liked playing it on the iPad 2 demo unit months ago. :)

  • Noki

    looks cute

  • Just Visiting

    So glad that this game is now on WP. I refused to purchase this for my N8 and chose to wait since I knew I would be purchasing a Lumia. And the bonus is that I can play it on a bigger screen and pay only 99¢.

    • Justin

      And now you can write a book to commemorate this. Or a poem at last.

      • Name

        What’s wrong with you. Some early childhood problems? Bad daddy or mummy?