Cut the Rope is one of the most popular paid-for games available on iPhone and Android mobile phones. Now, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team has partnered with ZeptoLab (the creators of the game) and the specialists at Pixel Lab to bring Cut the Rope to life in a browser, in order to help promote IE HTML5. You can now play the popular hit for free in any HTML5-powered web browsers: Internet Explorer 9, forthcoming Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, and Google Chrome. For launch Cut The Rope online game includes 25 levels and it will unlock 7 special levels of the game that are exclusive to users who use IE9 to pin the game to their Windows 7 taskbar.
In case you have no idea what Cut the Rope is about, it’s a physics-based puzzle game that requires you to figure out ways to get a piece of candy into the mouth of a green cartoon monster called “Om Nom”. The candy hangs by one or several of the titular ropes which the player can cut with a swipe of their finger (or cursor), and can also be manipulated through other objects including bellows and floating bubbles. The other objectives are to pick up up to three stars per level by touching them with the candy, to keep the candy within the box, and to avoid spike and electricity hazards. Points are scored based on how many stars you collect and how fast you complete a level.
Go to this site and play Cut the Rope game online for free in any HTML5-powered web browsers. Note that the game site will play sound effects as soon as you reach the page, so it is necessary to turn down your speakers beforehand if you’re at work.