The first season is the slightest bit challenging, a few rage quits here and there, but once you get on to the second season, it's really, really hard. My biggest complaint would be that some levels are self-explanatory, but some are completely out there. I couldn't figure out how to move the candy for some levels. For some, I have to actually look up the answer on YouTube after days of figuring it out, and even with the answer I can almost never get three stars. Now, if you like a challenge, this game will definitely give you one. If you don't like being frustrated at levels or if you can't figure out certain levels, then just don't buy the game. It's a good game for the first season, and I definitely think it's adorable and cute and fun. I just can't deal with the fact that for almost every level in the Cosmic Box I have to look up the answer because I can't figure out how to get the candy to Om Nom because he's encased in a box of spikes or something.
I hate games on my phone and hate paying for them even more, but when I got done with the free levels, I HAD to have more. So addictive.
I'm pretty sure alot of people are complaining about this but, why are there ads when I've paid for this app? What's the point in spending our money when we can't get the ad-free feature? Most of all what's the point in having this app for free, when you get ads on both?!? Please remove the ads for those that paid for this app.
Trend micro still views this app as a threat, even after reinstalling. Please fix, none of your other apps cause this problem.
I PAID for this game years ago when it came out. Where is my ad-free version? GREEDY B..
I love the game, but the app has one very annoying feature: it asks if I want to quit when I press back from the main menu. Obviously I want to quit, that's why I pressed back!
It gets sweeter every time! Extra eye candy has been added to our cartoons to make them even more delicious. Never miss an episode of Om Nom Stories!
Cut Rope Candy "its time to travel into the magical world full of candy puzzles"