GDC is a little like the Christmas season.  It’s a wonderful time when anything can happen.  Take ZeptoLab, for instance.  The studio is still hot on the heels of the recently released Pudding Monsters, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have plans for the future.  In speaking with Polygon, twin founders Efim and Semyon Voinov have confirmed not one, but four new games that should see the light of day before the end of the year.

The first, and potentially most notable of these games is something “Cut the Rope-related” coming in April.  Whether it’s the next iteration of the series, a spin-off, or something else entirely is anybody’s guess – but fans of Om Nom should be pleased to know that ZeptoLab is returning to the world of their hungry green monster.

“Our plan is to release four games this year,” Semyon told Polygon. “Some of them are related to Cut the Rope, and some of them are completely different. We wanted to keep this healthy balance, because Cut the Rope is our baby, and we want it to grow, obviously. But also we want to do new things — new babies.” 

The interview goes on to discuss the Voinov’s feelings about quality over quantity, their commitment to mobile, and more.  If you’re hungry for information like Om Nom is for candy, be sure to check out the full article at Polygon.