[CES 2012] Earlier this morning, we brought you news of Cut the Rope being made available for public gaming on the Web browser – as long as you are rocking to an HTML5-capable Web browser, of course, and needless to say, since this announcement was made at the Microsoft CES Keynote, the Internet Explorer 9 came across as highly recommended. We did give it a go on Google Chrome and it worked just fine, and so far we are well pleased with how the transition from touchscreen-based gaming to a mouse-based one proved smooth. Those who played Cut the Rope on an Android or iOS-powered phone should be able to make the transition just right. Well, here is something cute that is a CEs-only promo – a Cut the Rope arcade cabinet. Featuring a couple of buttons as well as a trackball, you can always give it a go if you happen to be at the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Centre (LVCC).
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