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Cut the Rope goes 3D with Cut the Rope: Triple Treat on 3DS

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ZeptoLab's hit series of physics-based puzzle games, Cut the Rope, is making the transition to 3D with Cut the Rope: Triple Treat, which is coming to Nintendo 3DS in March, publisher Activision announced today.

Triple Treat is a compilation of the original Cut the Rope, which debuted in October 2010, and its first two sequels, Cut the Rope: Experiments (August 2011) and Cut the Rope: Time Travel (April 2013).

In all, Triple Treat will offer more than 650 levels and more than 50 hours of gameplay across all three titles. In addition to stereoscopic 3D, the 3DS title will support online leaderboards and in-game achievements. An Activision representative told Polygon that the 3DS ports of the three games are being developed by Bucharest, Romania-based Fun Labs, the same studio that made the Wii and Wii U versions of the Angry Birds Trilogy.

The original Cut the Rope was released by itself on the 3DS eShop last year. Cut the Rope: Triple Treat will be available on March 25 in North America for $29.99, and on March 28 in Europe. You can watch the game's debut trailer above.