One of the bigger mobile games that still somehow manages to disappear under the marketing behemoth of Angry Birds is Cut the Rope. Now, the company behind that title has released a new adventure: Pudding Monsters. The basic gist is, there is red, gelatinous pudding in the fridge, and man is the guy who owns that fridge a jerk. He keeps eating all of these clearly-sentient and terrified desert creatures. Help them!

The game is played in stages, much like Cut The Rope, and requires some problem-solving skills to get the job done. You move, manipulate, and merge the wiggling piles of goo, all while avoiding dangerous baddies on the kitchen table until your googly-eyed friends escape to safety. Sure, it means everyone's favorite pudding evangelist will have to find something else to get bip-boppity zim zam wozzley over, but that's a small price to pay to save an endangered... we'll call it 'species'.

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There are two versions of this game on the Play Store. A free version that's ad-supported, and a paid version for $0.99. Grab them both from these widgets that I made just for you.

Eric Ravenscraft
Eric is a snarky technophile with a taste for the unusual. When he's not obsessing about Android, you can usually find him obsessing about movies, psychology, or the perfect energy drink. Eric weaves his own special blend of snark, satire, and comedy into all his articles.

  • http://twitter.com/heinlef Florian Heinle

    I'd like to ban use of the word addictive from smartphone game ads

    • defred34

      ^This! I read somewhere the creators of Waking Mars said that labeling games as addictive is demeaning to the intelligence of the masses.

  • defred34

    I hate all your vague references...Bill Cosby this time? Who is he?

    • fixxmyhead

      not sure if stupid or joking. he did a jello pudding commercial in the 80's


      • Zomby2D

        Not being form the US, I had never seen this commercial. And while I know who Bill Cosby is, I couldn't figure out the reference either. In the 80's I was a teenager and had little interest for anything on TV that was not in french. (Man, was I missing a lot of stuff)

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/eric-ravenscraft/ Eric Ravenscraft

      If you are feigning ignorance, I genuinely adore you. Just on the off chance you're not, though, everyone deserves to know Bill Cosby. He was a fantastic comedian. Hasn't been in much lately, but here's a sample:


      • defred34

        Urm no. For one, I'm not from the US. And for two, I wasn't very much up and kicking in the 80's. Thirdly, I don't remember getting any of your references before. Thanks for the YouTube vid anyways.

        • Abhisshack D

          Have not seen so much moronic ignorant jack ass like you in long time. thank you for passing by.

          • defred34

            Ok, so not knowing who Bill Cosby is makes me an ignorant jack ass? Sounds cool to me any which way you put. And thanks for being such a POS!

          • http://profiles.google.com/marcusleejh Marcus Lee

            I think he just means you don't need to put on such a bad attitude. Sheesh.

          • Abhisshack D


    • cpc464freak

      He was a dribbling mumbling unfunny smug idiot who was famous wearing silly sweaters the in 80s... you didn't miss much.

    • Luis Augusto Fretes Cuevas

      References are not vague just because you don't get it. Google Bill Cosby. It's not so hard, you don't need to know him, and neither is Android Police forced to only reference things the great and very intelligent defred34 knows.

  • roju_7

    But does it kill your battery when you're not playing like the latest updates to Cut The Rope?

  • ithrowitontheground

    Haha I saw the title of this article and thought "that sounds like something OC would say" and it was. Nice.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/eric-ravenscraft/ Eric Ravenscraft

      Haha. I wonder how many people here even know me as OC. <3