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(on iPhone 4, iOS4)

Cut the rope is really a great game. I installed both the full version and the Xmas version.

However there are two things pretty annoying

  1. Opening the levels page shows first a cutter animation taking 3~5 seconds. It really seems to be on purpose (not an animation during a load operation from another thread for instance). I know there is nothing we can do about it... just in case the game writers read these forums :-)

  2. Beating the previous score of a given level shows an improved image. And one may know, this way, that the score was beaten. However there doesn't seem to be any way to see the current score / time for a given level. Any suggestion?

(My question is 2. Thanks)

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There's an Xmas version of Cut the Rope? For the love... – VxJasonxV Jan 3 '11 at 15:13
@VJV Only 25 levels but they are pretty good. And free. – ringø Jan 3 '11 at 15:43
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Just access the level and click menu, the topright of the screen will give you your current score.

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One word: wow!! – ringø Jan 3 '11 at 15:44

As said, seeing the current score/time is not possible. For this and the first point, you should head to the game's publisher website contact page and send a message. Who knows? :)

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Ask the developer? Not exactly sure what you're expecting individuals on StackExchange to come up with that only the developer can implement (view previous/current level high score) if the feature doesn't currently exist.

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@AM You see, check the answer from mistry ... some people are more observant than us ;-) – ringø Jan 3 '11 at 15:47

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