Om Nom plush hits US

May 9, 2012 by Helen Fletcher

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Coast to Coast Entertainment, based in the US, has introduced a new plush item for redemption counters and instant win machines - Om Nom, the sweet-eating frog.
Om Nom

This 5ins plush character comes from the hit app game Cut the Rope, created by ZeptoLab. To play the game, the player cuts the rope and drops sweets into the mouth of Om Nom the frog. Om Nom eats the sweets and the player collects stars and levels up by feeding the Om Nom more sweets, adding more challenges along the way, as the player levels up into a more challenging game play.

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