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New ‘Burn the Rope: Worlds’ Trailer Shows Off New Levels, New Mode

In speaking with a representative with Big Blue Bubble, we get the sense that the studio’s follow-up to Burn the Rope [$.99 / HD], Burn the Rope: Worlds, is a blow-it-out-of-the-park iteration, as opposed to a “well, we need to do this so let’s just improve what we can” kind of sequel. A lot of thought has been put into the actual value proposition, and as a result, you’ll get more Burn the Rope classic content, fun twists, and even some bonuses.

A new teaser trailer for the upcoming title seems to confirm what we’re gathering. According to it, the follow-up will boast a total of four worlds, 100 new levels, four new kinds of flames, and an added “Endless Mode,” which bears a mechanical resemblance to Snake, but obviously adds a little something extra to an overall package that seeks to change up the formula a hair or two while still giving fans more of what they want.

You can check that trailer out right here:

We’re also being told that new worlds will be added via DLC down the road and daily puzzle players will be able to play daily in any world of their choice — two decisions we can really get behind. Sadly, we’re still not quite sure when Worlds will see the light of day this September. I mean, it’s not like the wait is going to be long, but still. We would like our fix, please.