Original Cut The Rope
I had to double-check this, but this game was released in 2009 and Cut The Rope was released in 2011.That said, Obulis is a physics puzzle game where you maneuver colored balls into matching receptacles (such as vases and flowers) by swinging, shooting, and bouncing balls off the environment or other balls! More than likely you've already played Cut The Rope, so I'll compare Obulis to that for the rest of the review.
Visually, this game isn't as polished as Cut The Rope; the images seem to be real pictures cropped and manipulated to create the environment. The overall aesthetic is a little inconsistent, but it's pretty clear what you can interact with and what's background, so it's serviceable. Options are practically non-existent, and you won't be putting the soundtrack on your iPod any time soon. That being said, there's a lot of variety in the puzzles and the difficulty ramps up quickly. Compared to Cut The Rope, there may be fewer puzzles but the individual puzzles are more unique. If you like puzzles or like Cut The Rope but want more of a challenge, give Obulis a try.