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Cut the Rope: Time Travel Developer: ZeptoLab UK Ltd.

Price: $2.99 for the iPad; $0.99 for the iPhone.

Ratings: 84 from Metacritic; 4.5 stars from iPad users; 5 stars from iPhone users

Feed Om Nom, the little green monster, and his ancestors as you go back in time through the Middle Ages, Ancient Greece and on Pirate Ships. This latest version of Cut the Rope is considered a relatively mild update to the original and perhaps not as challenging as it could be, but still is fun.

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