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Cut the Rope (HTML5)

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Title Screen

Cut the Rope

Developers: ZeptoLab, Microsoft
Platform: HTML5
Released internationally: January 2012

DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MovieIcon.png This game has unused cinematics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
Carts.png This game has revisional differences.

Cut the Rope is a cut-down version of the hit mobile game. It was something of a tech demo to show how capable HTML5 could be, particularly in Internet Explorer 9. It's still perfectly playable in any browser, though.

Glowing Candies

CTR HTML5 Obj candy 01.png
Although candies do not glow in this version, the sprites for glowing still remain in the sprite files.

Unused Webfont

The webfont named "Goddog" is present in the Fonts folder in .eot, .svg, .ttf and .woff formats. It's identical to the in-game font, only limited to English characters. It's unknown what this webfont was supposed to be used for.

Outro Movie

The "Thanks for Playing" movie is not seen, as there's no way to quit the game without closing the window itself.

Debugging Stuff

Although a "debugMode" variable exists in the source code, it does not appear to have any effect on the game as it only affects the sound manager.

Texts for errors and the physics system can be found inside the Javascript code:

Image not loaded: 
Image not yet loaded:
Font not yet loaded:
Missing menu string for id:
Sound exception:
No sound loaded:
Constraint System Log:
-- Point:
---- Constraint: 
Missing tutorial text

There is also an FPS display in the bottom left corner. Setting the value Fs or wB to true will enable it. Similarly, a build date display is present via setting the Qo value to true, displaying on the opposite side.

CTR HTML5 DebugFPS BuildDate.png

Developer "cheats"

Not mentioned as cheats are unlocking all the boxes via the Dg value being true, this also allows locked levels to be selected and excludes the pinned Internet Explorer box.

Unused Music

Although only one tune plays throughout the levels, other 2 tunes left from the PC version went unused.

Game_music2.mp3: melody from the intro cinematic.

Game_music3.mp3: music from the "Thanks for Playing" scene, that went unused in the HTML5 version.

Version Differences

The version on the official website has support for English, French, German, and Russian. Other websites, like Miniclip, add additional languages, like Spanish, Italian, and Turkish.