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Cut the Rope-Style Spider Jack Crawls Onto iPhone

By Richard Brown, on May 5, 2011

Adorable creature with insatiable appetite? Check.

Gorgeous hand-drawn artwork? Check.

Realistic swing-based physics? Check.

So, obviously we’re talking about Chillingo’s (via its publishing subdivision Clickgamer) super successful, critically lauded Cut the Rope once more, yes?

No.

Instead, we’re letting you know that Spider Jack, Clickgamer’s follow-up puzzle yarn, has crawled longingly onto iPhone overnight.

Developed on this occasion by Russian studio MaxNick – rather than Cut the Rope’s ZeptoLab – Spider Jack contains 75 levels of reflex-testing, foresight-challenging gameplay.

But if those stages turn out to be as difficult to crack as Schalke 04’s defence last night, the notice on the game’s App Store description that free updates with new levels are incoming should mollify you.

Get tangled up in Spider Jack’s web now for 99c.


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