Cut It Up - Satisfy Your Cravings for Slice 'n' Dice Action


August 11th, 2011 - New York, NY - iCandyApps today presents Cut It Up, their new casual game based on tricky shape-slicing action. With easy to understand gameplay, graphics inspired by “Pirates of the Caribbean”, relaxing soundtrack, and educational value, Cut It Up is the title that would appeal to the pick up and play gamers of the iOS world.

Players’ mission is to slice the chunks off the shapes with their finger from one side to the other. The less slicing users make, the more points they get. The challenge of the game is to trap several game-killing sharks that frantically move inside the shape to complete a level, which requires both quick reaction and careful slicing. 

Cut It Up features three colorful episodes (Pirates Treasures, Mysterious Map, and Lost Island) and is able to satisfy every user cravings for slice 'n' dice action. Apart from being an entertaining game that can occupy for hours every member of the family, the title has a learning curve. Each shape contains a proverb or a saying that can be used to impress friends. As the game has no timer, it’s up to every user what to do: mull over the sayings or bring on the slicing frenzy. 

“We are really proud of Cut It Up. It begins as a straightforward puzzle game and evolves into a challenging test with high replay value. It’s exactly what every good puzzle game should be: easy to pick up, but difficult to put down. ” – said Matsvei Tsimahenka, founder of iCandyApps.

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iCandyApps is the leading publisher of mobile applications. The company was at the forefront of introducing unique gallery applications back in early 2010 that reached TOP25 overall rankings. The whole team is working on delivering next big titles to iPhone and iPod touch users.


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