It starts

Welcome to Tupsu, one of the weirder physics-based puzzle games available on Android. Read full review
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Charming graphics

Don't let Tupsu's unique and charming graphics fool you. This game is challenging. Read full review
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Tutorial

The first few levels are easy and are meant to show you how everything works. Then things quickly get more difficult. Read full review
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Reach for the stars

Each level can have any number of stars. The more you get on your way to the black hold, the more points you earn. Read full review
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Close call

With Tupsu's unique controls, you can save yourself from almost certain death. Read full review
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More eyes, more problems.

In Tupsu, three eyes aren't necessarily better than one. Read full review
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Take a look around

Switch to Camera mode to swipe around larger, more-complex levels. Read full review
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