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San Diego Comic-Con Announcement: Popular “Cut the Rope” Game Coming To Comics

ZeptoLab announced something pretty cool at Comic-con, Cut the Rope’s little green candy muncher Om Nom is getting his own digital comic and is the newer of the two apps and has sold a bunch of copies and also it is one of the most downloaded games ever. Cut the Rope has its sights firmly trained on Angry Bird’s king of apps crown and looking to build an entire product infrastructure around the app…………

Cut the Rope, the highly addictive sweet and rope based smartphone game  is set to get its own digital comic book adaptation and its star character Om Nom are about to make the reverse leap from games to comics. Game publisher Zepto Lab and comics publisher Ape Entertainment made the announcement at the San Diego Comic-Con. Zepto Lab has called it one of the best-selling iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad games of all time and will be using the digital comics series and graphic novel collections to create a deeper backstory for Om Nom, the main character of the game whom players must feed with candy liberated by cutting an increasingly-complex series of ropes. “Om Nom has become a fan favorite and he has an amazing backstory. This new comic book series will tell that story and introduce fans to a cast of characters and storylines that will unfold in future iterations of the game,” said Misha Laylin, Chairman of ZeptoLab. The comic will be published through a stand-alone comics app that Zepto expects to hit the App Store in next month. The app design is licensed from iVerse‘s digital comics app.The physics-based puzzler was the first iOS game to win a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award, but its not the first iOS title to go from game to comic. Ape Entertainment, the publisher of the Cut the Rope comic book, has also created comics based on other mobile games. The company has seen enormous success with the Pocket God comics with one report stating that the company has sold 150,000 digital copies of Pocket God issue 1, but less than 1,000 print copies.

 

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