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Cut the Rope downloaded 6 million times

Free level pack released to celebrate.

Cheerful physics-based puzzler Cut the Rope has secured six million App Store sales, publisher Chillingo has announced.

That's quick work. The game, which tied up a glowing 9/10 from Eurogamer's Kristan Reed, only launched in October.

To celebrate the achievement, Chillingo is planning a free Valentine's-themed level pack for the game, which adds in 25 brand new stages.

"This 1.2 update is our gift to you this Valentine's Day for being the greatest fans out there; we hope players love the new box, levels and features just as much as we enjoyed creating it," explained Efim Voinov, from developer ZeptoLab.

No release date has been confirmed but we're hazarding a guess and circling 14th February in our diaries.

Voinov went on to hint that 1.2 wouldn't be the last update heading to the game.

"Thank you for the continued support, we are already working closely with Chillingo to enhance the game and think fans will be extremely delighted!"

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