Rather than cutting ropes and generally playing with physics, Pudding Monsters players stick pudding critters together by swiping to become an ultimate Mega Monster and escape the clutches of the cold-hearted fridge owner. Based on these brand new screen shots, Pudding Monsters looks more like a board game than the physics puzzles of Cut the Rope. This is also the first new intellectual property to come from ZeptoLab since Om Nom graced mobile devices two years ago.
"Pudding Monsters is a logical next step in our strategy. Our focus is just as much on innovating and creating new IP as it is to strengthen our existing brands," ZeptoLab CEO Misha Lyalin said in a release. "Now, we're ready to bring fans a great new game that is suited for all ages and provides new opportunities for further expansion. We're building a portfolio of exceptional pick-up-and-play games, and Pudding Monsters helps to showcase our ambitions as a studio."
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