Burn the Rope
Burn the Rope
1.0.1

2.8

Burn the Rope free download for Mac

Burn the Rope

1.0.1
26 April 2011

Unique puzzle game.

Overview

Burn the Rope is a challenging game where you try to burn as much rope as you can in each level. There's a catch! The fire only burns upwards, leaving you to rotate the puzzle to keep your flame alive!

As you progress through the levels, you'll encounter bugs crawling along the rope. Different bugs have different reactions to the flame. For example, the ant changes the color of the flame so you can burn different colored ropes, and the spider shoots out a Web bridge so you can access parts of the level that you could not before.

Burn the Rope is incredibly fun and addictive. You will actually feel like you're burning a rope, yet there's no need for a fire extinguisher!

Features:

  • 112 exciting levels with more coming soon!
  • Incredibly fun and addictive!
  • Unique controls !
  • Beautiful graphics and cool fire effects!
  • Easy to learn, hard to master!
  • Fun for the whole family!
Check the gameplay video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqGf_SPHNUs

What's new in Burn the Rope

Version 1.0.1:
  • Minor bug fixes.

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1 Burn the Rope Reviews

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Just-Annutha-Dewd
20 April 2011

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I have the full, paid version of this on my iPhone and was quite happy with it… till they released an update AND started running ads in the game. I'm not falling for that again.
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Just-Annutha-Dewd
20 April 2011
I have the full, paid version of this on my iPhone and was quite happy with it… till they released an update AND started running ads in the game. I'm not falling for that again.
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Version 1.0
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gordonsh
gordonsh
28 April 2011
This is not true. Ads are displayed just with the user generated content (puzzle of the day) that was NOT the part of the game that you bought. If you don't go there you will never see an ad.
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Just-Annutha-Dewd
Just-Annutha-Dewd
28 April 2011
Seriously? SERIOUSLY? The fact that I am an early adopter of the game doesn't mean I'm not entitled to the same expectations as a new buyer. If I was a new customer buying the game, I'd be doing so without the expectation of getting bombarded with ads. The fact that it's only in a certain part of the game is a sad sad sad excuse. As it is, I bought the game with the expectation that additional levels, including the user submissions, was coming. I didn't buy it with the expectation that it'd be coming WITH ADS! None of the dozens of other paid apps I have that receive new content on a regular basis have resorted to double-dipping. This developer is just being greedy and deceitful.
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