Free, annoying, yet addictive gaming with Can You Survive for BlackBerry 10

Can You Survive
By James Richardson on 27 Mar 2014 03:31 am EDT

Here's a quick heads up about a new free game which is just as annoying, yet addictive as the likes of Flappy Bird or Squiggle Racer. Can You Survive sees you controlling a 2D box that must jump over obstacles in order to complete the level. 

There's only one control and that's just a simple screen tap to make the box jump, but as you will discover the game is one heck of a challenge. 

With colorful graphics and some rather nice background noises (almost like being in the Amazon) - Can You Survive will either have you playing it at every possible opportunity - or wanting to throw your BlackBerry across the room!

The game is available for all BlackBerry 10 smartphones and with it being free there really isn't a reason not to give it a go. 

Let the frustration commence! 

More information/Download Can You Survive for BlackBerry 10

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Free, annoying, yet addictive gaming with Can You Survive for BlackBerry 10


I kinda see these coming now. Just about anything that is a "one-thumb jump off the ground and wait to land" is going to suck moose peen.

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Same here also. you need to know my location information.. Deleted. Also play 2 levels then pay for more... No Thanks!!

^ ^ ^ Hey developer look how mad you made bhinder... This is what happens when you request permissions that your app does not need like Location Information.... so now he has to un-install it!!

Actually, you're very much showing they were right to ban you

I'm Zeeing a bright future for Blackberry

If that's you in the picture, wearing that head gear?

Don't they teach temperance? Patience, self-restraint, the golden rule?

My God does. Converse with others in "lowliness and meekness", and these things won't happen. If you have wronged someone, apologize. That's what I do, even if you think you're right.

That's what His Son (J.C. "Keep cool, man") had to say:

"So in everything, do unto others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets." (Matthew 7:12)

And the famous
Mark 12:31 "...Love your neighbor as yourself..."

"No Q10?" -> "Buy from Chen... "

Android junk, requires location permission.

Can you do some game reviews of BlackBerry games, you know... cuz we have BlackBerry phones.


dumb game and the constant notifications about how many "lives" i have was annoying the first time. to the trash bin you go, never to come back.

Considering the "top things CB users want" thread several days ago, with the "permissions settings are vague and make no sense" topic -- I nominate the following procedure be adopted for ALL app/game reviews on CB from this point forward:

List all the permissions the app wants. For each requested permission, indicate why the app needs the permission, indicate whether the app will fail to run if we deny the permission, and indicate why we would want to / should allow the permission.

I'm am tired of downloading apps -- especially paid apps -- just to delete them once the permissions screen pops up.

From the comments here, as well as in numerous other posts, I am far from the only one with this opinion / problem.

So, rather than whine about it being BB's fault that the Android OS doesn't support selective app permissions, you actually have a logical, useful suggestion which would be both easy to implement and beneficial to CBers -- in short, a really good idea? I'm afraid I'm not used to this kind of comment on a CB thread about an Android game; are you sure you meant to post here?

My disorientation aside, I heartlily endorse this idea, and demand that it shall be The New Way Of Game Reviewing, and implemented immediately.

LOL. Merely coincidence that my comment was made about an Android game -- my suggestion was intended to apply for ALL apps reviewed, and not just android ports. Consider this app/post the proverbial "straw" that pushed me over the edge in my patience for apps wanting access to things which I (and many others) do not think they should have or need to have access to.

The whole "you just need to trust the developer" or "ask the developer for their privacy policy" commonly espoused is not an acceptable / appropriate "solution" to the problem -- in my not-so-humble opinion.

And while I'm add it, BB World needs to modify its submission procedures and require the developers to submit all the aforementioned said details, and justify their "required" permission settings. Until then, I pile it on CBs shoulders to fill the app-details gap. :-)

This common sense request seems to fall on deaf ears @CB, and we get these lame-duck promotions.

I say promotions, as that is what they read like. A "review" should not be void of details that are important to people who might want to try these things.


Mentioned the same several times before, please include permissions in app and game reviews, so we can make a more informed decision.

Just teasing people to download, and then they find out this thingy wants totally unreasonable permissions, puts people off and probably works against CB as a review platform.

"No Q10?" -> "Buy from Chen... "