|Key people||Semyon Voinov (Founder)
Efim Voinov (Founder)
Misha Lyalin (Chairman & CEO)
ZeptoLab is a Russian entertainment and gaming company best known for developing the game Cut the Rope, which has been downloaded more than 100 million times since its release. The company has released three games to date: Cut the Rope (October 2010), Cut the Rope: Experiments (August 2011), and Parachute Ninja (February 2010), which can be played on major mobile platforms including Android and iOS, HTML5, MacOS and Chrome.
ZeptoLab has also announced licensing and merchandising partnerships for Cut the Rope and its popular character, Om Nom.
ZeptoLab was founded in 2010 by self-taught twins Efim and Semyon Voinov, who have been making games since they were ten. “Zepto,” a math prefix meaning 10−21, was “meant to signify how truly boutique their operation was.”
ZeptoLab has not received any external funding to produce their games.
- Cut the Rope
- Cut the Rope: Holiday Gift
- Cut the Rope: Experiments
- Cut the Rope: Time Travel
- Parachute Ninja
- Pudding Monsters
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