Cut the Rope, the addictive puzzler for iPhone and iPad, has sold a million copies in ten days. According to publisher Chillingo, that makes the game the "fastest selling title on the App Store to date." Chillingo is currently working with developer ZeptoLab to create updates, which will be revealed "soon."

The game cost $1 on iPhone and $2 on iPad. There's also a lite version to get a taste of what makes the game and its star, Om Nom, so compelling. Note: if similarly named games confuse you, Cut the Rope has nothing to do with all those "cut the cheese" programs on the App Store.
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CHILLINGO'S 'CUT THE ROPE' REACHES
ONE MILLION MARK


Critically Acclaimed Game Sets New Record
As The Fastest Selling App


London, UK., – October 14, 2010 - Leading downloadable game publisher, Chillingo, today announced that 'Cut the Rope' has sold one million copies worldwide. The popular physics-based puzzler has achieved this milestone within ten days of its launch making it the fastest selling title on the App Store to date!

"Cut the Rope's popularity has skyrocketed throughout recent days as fans eagerly share with others how addictive and fun the gameplay is on iOS devices," explains Chris Byatte, Director of Chillingo. "We are thrilled to see Om Nom's fame spread across the world and are collaborating with Developer, ZeptoLab to bring fresh new updates, which will be revealed soon."

The game is currently the number one top paid game on the Apple App Store across the world in countries such as the United States, France, Finland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden and many more.

Cut the Rope is available for $.99 (iPhone and iPod touch) and a $1.99 (iPad) from the App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch or at http://www.itunes.com/appstore/

A Lite version of Cut the Rope is also available for free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at http://www.itunes.com/appstore/

Get the latest news about Cut the Rope's incredible new content by following http://twitter.com/Chillingo

This article was originally published on Joystiq.