Not content with simply dominating your time on your commute, creator Zepto Labs, in partnership with Internet Explorer, have brought the game to your desktop browser, letting you waste away your entire working day through the magic of HTML 5.
"In bringing Cut the Rope to a new platform, we wanted to ensure we preserved the unique physics, motion and personality of the experience," the company said on its behind the scenes blog. We'd certainly argue it's succeeded -- the new web version is almost identical to the iPhone version we've spent so much time playing.
Rather than swiping your finger over a screen, you click and swipe your cursor, slicing cleanly through the ropes in order to feed the adorable frog-looking Om nom its sweets.
If the words 'Cut The Rope' and 'Om nom' mean nothing to you, then you obviously haven't wasted enough of your time playing games on your phone when you should have been doing work. We should probably applaud you for that. Cut The Rope has been a huge hit since its launch on iOS back in 2010 and it's rarely out of the most-popular chart in the App Store.
Although the new web version was made in partnership with Internet Explorer, that mercifully doesn't mean you have to play it in Internet Explorer -- you can easily boot it up in a much better browser, such as Firefox or Google's Chrome.
The purpose of the project is, according to the developer blog, to "ultimately get [developers] ready for the Windows 8 Store!" We're not quite sure how this will help, but we're not complaining.
There's no word on the site about whether this is a temporary treat or not, but just to be safe, we suggest you immediately head over there now and start feeding your poor, neglected Omnom -- just make sure you don't have any urgent meetings to attend.