ZeptoLab's "Om Nom Stories" Wins iKids Award for Best Web/App Series

ZeptoLab's "Om Nom Stories" Wins iKids Award for Best Web/App Series 
iKid's Honors Cut the Rope-Inspired Animation Series 
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/08/13 --  At iKids' annual
iKids Awards last week, ZeptoLab(R), the creators of the hit game
phenomenon Cut the Rope(R), took home the award for Best Web/App
Series for their animation series, "Om Nom Stories." Based on the
star character of Cut the Rope, Om Nom(R), the series brings the
little green monster to life, following his adventures and his
friendship with Evan, the little boy who adopts him.  
"With 'Om Nom Stories' we wanted a way to bring Om Nom to life in new
ways and show fans more about who he is and where he comes from,"
said Semyon Voinov, co-founder of ZeptoLab. "When we launched the
series this past fall, we decided on a strategic distribution
strategy that wouldn't rely on any one platform or partner, but would
allow our fans to view the stories whenever and wherever they want;
on mobile, within our games and online. This is a strategy we take
with our games as well as we continue to expand to new platforms.
Being honored by iKids is great validation for us." 
During the month of October, "Om Nom Stories" was previewed in movie
theaters across the country as part of an exclusive partnership with
National CineMedia (NCM)'s FirstLook pre-show. Currently in the midst
of its first season, the series has received more than 25 million
views since its debut and has plans to continue the series into a
second season.  
ZeptoLab also continues to expand its brand through new entertainment
opportunities, such as the partnership with Sony Pictures Television
to produce a live-action game show based on Cut the Rope, which is
currently in development.  
 Who is Om Nom and what makes him tick?
ZeptoLab's Cut the Rope inspired animation series "Om Nom Stories"
brings Om Nom to life, following his playful adventures and escapades
as he finds himself constantly getting in trouble, but still
remaining as lovable as ever. The series starts when Om Nom is found
by Evan, a young boy, who takes it upon himself to take care of Om
Nom. Each episode focuses on a new adventure as Om Nom explores
Evan's house and the world around him. As he searches for candy,
s with household pets and even attempts to find the perfect
outfit, each episode is a glimpse into Om Nom's personality, likes
and dislikes, and his adventures outside of Cut the Rope. In just one
season, the series already has over 25 million hits! 
 A mysterious package has arrived, and the little
monster inside has only one request... CANDY! Since its debut in
2010, Cut the Rope, along with its little green monster Om Nom, has
become a wildly successful gaming sensation, with more than 250
million downloads worldwide across iOS, Android, and MacOS platforms
and multiple smartphone and tablet devices. Developed by global
gaming company ZeptoLab, Cut the Rope combines outstanding
physics-based puzzles, addicting gameplay mechanics, 14 level packs
with 350 tricky levels, and colorful visuals to create an interactive
and engaging gaming experience. 
 ZeptoLab is a global gaming and entertainment company
best known for developing the hit game Cut the Rope, which has been
downloaded more than 250 million times by users around the world
since its debut in October 2010. The company has released three
award-winning games to date: Parachute Ninja(TM), Cut the Rope and
Cut the Rope: Experiments(TM). These games can be enjoyed on major
mobile platforms including Android and iOS, Mac, PC and the web.
Pudding Monsters(TM), the latest title from ZeptoLab released in
December 2012, can be downloaded on iOS and Android platforms. For
the latest news about Cut the Rope and Om Nom, follow us at
facebook.com/cuttherope and @Cut_the_Rope on Twitter or visit
zeptolab.com. For the latest news on Pudding Monsters, visit
puddingmonsters.com, follow us at facebook.com/zeptomonsters and
@ZeptoMonsters on Twitter. 
Aly Brady or Nick Shepherd
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