He has a really sticky eye! Check out Tupsu for BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 12 Apr 2013 03:14 pm EDT

If you are looking for a new game for your BlackBerry 10 device and fancy a chilled out challenge you should check out Tupsu. Tupsu is a strange kind of fluffy creature but he likes to collect stars. When I say strange I'm talking about how me moves. You see Tupsu has a really sticky eye and that's what you use to move him around the screen. You tap where you want the eye stick on a surface and off he goes. Un-tap and the eye is released ready for the next move. That's maybe not the best explanation but it's the best I can come up with so I would recommend watching the video of you can.

So the aim of the game is just to collect all the stars and reach the end of the level. Of course - things get progressively harder as you get further on in the game and you will need to utilize some items that you can pick up and save for when you need them.

Although I find the game pretty chilled out, there certainly is an element of excitement and skill required. With superb graphics and a beautiful background music track the game really is a beauty.

Tupsu will set you back £1.50/$1.99 which is good value in my opinion. Go give it a try.

Features of Tupsu include:

  • Intuitive interface for touchscreen devices (drag and tap)
  • HD mode is included, if your phone have enough memory
  • Beautiful hand drawn and procedural graphics
  • Mesmerizing music by purpleplanet.com
  • 45 challenging puzzle levels
  • Collectable items
  • And very, very sticky eyes

More information/Download Tupsu for BlackBerry 10

Reader comments

He has a really sticky eye! Check out Tupsu for BlackBerry 10


First lol, played on my pb and it's a good game but not sure how well it would work on a smaller screen

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I love clicking on links that lead me to app world. The way it opens it up is so quick.

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Hey James,

Might I suggest including the size in MB for all games in your post?

I am getting to the point where space is running low and that will determine if I download these games or not.


Gee, thanks... so is the price, description, etc but those are included in James' posts.

All I'm asking is a quick one line reference to how big the games are, possibly next to the price.

Just keep in mind that nothing is really free. Free means either ads, in-game purchses, and sometimes collection of personal data.