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Submitted by edsmith1990 579d ago | interview

Cut the Rope CEO: Lack of Creativity Will Kill Mobile Gaming

IBTimes UK speaks to Misha Lyalin, CEO of Cut the Rope maker Zeptolab, about how to be successful in mobile gaming. (Android, Casual games, Cut the Rope, Cut the Rope: Time Travel, iPad, iPhone, Mobile)

cervantes99  +   578d ago
Now mobile is dead! Every medium is dead! Let's go back to board games.
TekoIie  +   578d ago
Board games? Nah we gotta go way back to the beginning brah! Like when all we had was sticks and hopscotch...
GamerToons  +   578d ago
Even though I agree with him, I really think of Cut The Rope as just another puzzler.

Ironic.
zugdar  +   578d ago
Says the guy who's released three versions of the same game. Hopefully he's released other things as well.

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