Cut the Rope Full Gameplay Walkthrough



Cut the Rope Full Gameplay Walkthrough

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  1. I’m here for the nostalgia 4 year later like the other people. It’s a nice game to distract me from most things like school or my mom buying stuff. Mostly in the car. I guess life does go by fast

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  2. Now this is nostalgic. As a kid I didn’t play many actual videogames, instead I used to play games on the phone like Angry Birds, Where’s my water, Doodlejump, Fruit Ninja and this.

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  3. My friend asked me to send him something oddly nostalgic. We are both teens that grew up in different parts of the US, but both of us had parents who would let us use their phone to keep our selves entertained during social gatherings of adults, politics, and wine. Angry birds, ninjago, fruit ninja, jelly cars, and of course, cut the rope were probably my closest friends. since i had developed such a strong parasocial bond with each of the characters, i would personally feel obligated to complete the level before exiting the app since I was worried that Om nom would spend the interval of time i spent not playing the game hungry and depressed. The nature of self sacrifice in angry birds, responsibility in cut the rope, and the power of friendships I developed on club penguin were major factors that contributed to my development over the last decade. Many more of these experiences are lost to my conscious memory, but remain in my personality and who I am today. The innovative forefront of early mobile games and children's internet is something that aside from nostalgia, had an element of soul that is not apparent in modern dissociogenic applications. Sure there was an advertisement here or there, but the developer's idea of something not just random but truly fun is something that can only be experienced in the birth of a medium, before games were being churned out by AIs that take whatever is popular and cross reference it with a million other games to steal as much attention from kids as possible, where corporations would spend tremendous resources into finding what color coin causes kids to spend the most on micro transactions. All in all, I am grateful for everyone behind cut the rope for developing something unique and creative, something that is nearly impossible today. The medium of mobile games may be dead, as neo-liberalism is the only ideology conveyed through it, but if there are still people like them in the world, i have hope for art, exploration, and consciousness to overcome barriers and survive until the next facet of creativity is discovered. sincerely, a developing child whose journey has been heavily influenced by candy and a cute green monster.

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