Cut’n’Roll Winter Walkthrough 3 stars guide

It’s the non video walkthrough for the Winter levels of Cut’n’Roll
Level 1-5
Level 6-10
Level 11-15
Or take me to Intro levels
Or take me to Desert levels
Cut’n’roll 3-1
Cut the rope to the stone and time it in such a way that the rock falls down on the girder making it spin anti clockwise. Now wait until the girder is just about in the horizontal position and cut the wood beneath the turtle. The piece of wood needs to fall down on the one side and stop in the rotating girder to make the turtle take out all the stars on its way to the door. Another three stars for your phone.


Cut’n’roll 3-2 Pretty straight forward this level, just go ahead and cut the leftmost piece of wood so the one end drops down. Finally all that is left to do is cut loose the big rock witch will push the turtle downward and through the three stars.


Cut’n’roll 3-3

First put your finger on the touch sensitive screen and cut the upper right corner of the standing piece of wood. It will fall to the left and block the hole in the ground. Second cut the wood underneath the turtle to get it going. Now wait until the turtle has rolled over the hole and make the third cut witch will need to drop down and cover the lower hole in the level.


Cut’n’roll 3-4Pretty straight forward this level, just follow the instructions in the pic above. Except for the second cut witch is a little special, You need to make sure that the now detached piece of wood falls to the left hand side. If it does not, don’t bother continuing. Just restart the level and give it another go. Three more stars for your phone.


Cut’n’roll 3-5Just two cuts needed to get all the stars on level 3-5. make the first cut, and hope that the turtle ends up in the place marked with the number 3. If not restart the level until it does. Now make the second cut, making the big block fall down and chip the turtle on the rotating wood, witch in turn will lift it til the level of the door.

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