Cut the Rope: Comic
By ZeptoLab UK Limited
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What's that small, green creature with an insatiable appetite for candy?
Its Om Nom, of course!
But who is Om Nom and why does he come in a box and eats candies?
The star of the smashing hit game, Cut the Rope, now has a new comic book series! See the amazing fun story of Om Nom and his friends unfold!
Zeptolab, the creator of the Cut The Rope game phenomena, brings you the first issue for FREE. Additional issues are available for purchase in the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Om Nom's cute personality and endless appetite for candy make an entertaining and playful story for kids and adults alike.
Good time waster!
My name is Evan so I thought it was kinda cool that his name is Evan too, and it's a cool read... Om nom is adorable and for me everything downloaded perfectly and didn't crash (it might be because I have a outdated iPhone 3). I thought the character reacted to a lot of situations like I would, I enjoyed his "creative cussing". Sounds kinda like me, whenever something surprising happens instead of swearing I say "holy Fary!" Or "good mercy" I've been doing that for like 5 years (I'm 11) and I love cut the rope the game. However the second two comics are a bit pricy and they are VERY SHORT!!! I got through all three issues in like, 2 minutes ( I'm a fast reader)!!! I mean come on... Two minutes!!! Four 4 bucks!!! But still... Its a ok comic! 4 stars keep the issues coming!!! (But please reduce the price to 0.99 cents an issue) thanks!!!
a decent attempt at making comics readable on the iPod
Let's start with the good news.
This is a decent attempt at making comics readable on the iPod. By double-clicking on a panel, you can zoom in to view that single panel. From there, you can swipe forward to the next panel, swipe back to the last panel, or double-click to zoom out. It is still not perfect. For one, the panels are not made for the iPod; they are made for traditional reading. If you are at all familiar with comics, you know that it's sometimes important to see the whole page at once. For example, a large panel showing a confused boy surrounded by several inset panels of crazy wacky creature doing crazy wacky shenanigans is designed that way for a reason. Simply reading it in order loses the effect. There's also a lost opportunity. One of the best DS homebrew items I've come across is "A Question of Promise: Digital Comic", which was not only perfectly adapted to an iPod-sized digital device, but also seemlessly integrated music into the experience.
And now, the bad news.
The comic is dull. Also, it has a tacked on love interest, because every story has to have one, amirite? Additional issues cost money (as it tells you in the app description; come on people, you do read, right?)
You can zoom in on panels.
Boring and predictable.
Additional issues require money.
The app is great I love the comic but do you think that you guys could drop the price of the comics I want to buy them and help the people that created the best game on earth but do you think you could at least drop the price to 99 cents you could do that and you guys could do a bundle pack like you get two comics for three dollars and three comics for four dollars I love this game and I want to pay for the comics but please drop the price of the comics surely your not that greedy with all that money you guys make off the cut the rope game please do this and I will spend a dollar per comic or pay three dollars for two
- Category: Books
- Released: Dec 21, 2011
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 19.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: ZeptoLab UK Limited
- © 2011 ZeptoLab UK Limited
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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