ZeptoLab

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ZeptoLab
Industry Video game
Founded 2009
Headquarters 123060, , 1 Volokolamsky proyezd, 10S10, Moscow, Russia
Key people
Semyon Voinov (Founder)
Efim Voinov (Founder)
Misha Lyalin (Chairman & CEO)
Website www.zeptoteam.ru
www.zeptolab.com

ZeptoLab is a Russian entertainment and gaming company best known for developing the game Cut the Rope, which has been downloaded more than 400 million times since its release[1] and can be played on major platforms including Android, iOS, HTML5, OS X, Nintendo DSi and Nintendo 3DS.[2]

ZeptoLab has also announced licensing and merchandising partnerships for Cut the Rope and its popular character, Om Nom.[3]

History[edit]

ZeptoLab was founded in 2010 by self-taught twins Efim and Semyon Voinov, who have been making games since the age of ten.[4]Zepto,” a math prefix meaning 10−21, was “meant to signify how truly boutique their operation was.”[5]

ZeptoLab has not received any external funding to produce their games.[6]

List of games released[edit]

  • Parachute Ninja (February 2010)
  • Cut the Rope (October 2010)
  • Cut the Rope: Holiday Gift (December 2010)
  • Cut the Rope: Experiments (August 2011)
  • Pudding Monsters (May 2013)
  • Cut the Rope: Time Travel (April, 18th 2013)
  • Cut the Rope 2 (December, 19th 2013 on iOS / March, 28th 2014 on Android)
  • King of Thieves (February, 12th 2015 on App Store (iOS) / February, 26th 2015 on Amazon Appstore / March, 5th 2015 (Google Play).
  • My Om Nom (December, 18th 2014 on iOS / Android will release in 2015 (no exact date right now)).

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