Submitted by PaPa-Slam 862d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Cut the Rope: Time Travel Review

Pocket Gamer: The Cut the Rope series has perfected the physics of a swinging length of string. The curls and flops of the various lengths of rope you slice through have always been satisfyingly weighty, and each drop and sway has felt honest and fair.

That's a tradition that continues in Cut the Rope: Time Travel. No matter the time period Om Nom finds himself in, he - and you - can always rely on the severed ropes doing exactly what you'd expect them to. (Cut the Rope: Time Travel, iPad) 8/10

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