Cut-it is a physics puzzle game that will have you thinking in creative ways to figure out each uniquely crafted puzzle and obstacle across various distinct modes of gameplay.
Cut it, Slice it, Slash it – & drop the Power-Cube to extract energy from the ground.
Your mission is to extract the energy from a distant planet, that will save our world before it moves towards a dreaded energy crisis.
● 80 levels with more to come!
● 10+ Medals to be unlocked
● Innovative Free-to-Slice game-play mechanics
● Uniquely crafted, brain-teasing puzzle levels
A fascination & love for an experimental game by Petri purho (kloonigames.com, creator of crayon physics), inspired me to make an online game with extended levels. And that inspired me to take the idea further and make it release for the Android devices. The game is enjoyable on phones as much as on PC.
About Developer – Monster Brain Games
I’m Faisal Rasak, the sole game designer & developer (& founder) of Monster Brain games. Started gaming on handheld & NES, is an enthusiastic gamer ever since. Worked as game programmer for a company after college, later left to make my own games. Now a full time indie (part time freelancer), making games for Online, Android platforms, barely surviving ;).
Loves reading books (Non-fiction mostly), playing indie & Non indie games, Android games, making experimental prototypes, blogging etc. You can read more about my adventures & ramblings on monsterbraininc.com/blog/.
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- Indie Developer: Monster Brain games
- Game: Cut-it
- Genre: Puzzle
- System: Androoid, PC
- Website: monsterbraininc.com/cutit
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Google Play Download: Click here
- Other Download Link: Click here
- Twitter: @faisal_Rasak
- Facebook: cutitPuzzle
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