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Physics Based Puzzler Tupsu-The Furry Little Monster is One “Sticky Game”

Posted January 21, 2013 by Paolo Nikko in News

Tupsu-The Furry Little Monster is a neat little puzzle game that sports a series of challenging fun levels set in a physics style gameplay. Players, will have to guide Tupsu, the furry little guy monster that doesn’t have any hands but rather tentacles with eyes popping out at the end of it.¬† The objective of the game is simple and that is to collect shiny stars that are scattered throughout the stages. In order to do so, players will have to use his stick tentacle eyes to connect him to other surfaces.


Sounds simple? but as you progress along the way, levels become harder and a wide variety of challenges will begin to overwhelm. Some levels are quite difficult even for advance players as you need to “think outside the box” to finish of the challenge. ¬†Controls are done with a simple drag and tap and Tupsu will automatically stick to the available surface that you ordered it to do so.


Tupsu-The Furry Little Monster has over 30 challenging puzzle levels to finish complete with mesmerizing music done by purpleplanet.com. Other features include HD mode for high end Android devices as well as collecting items along the way. Players might be familiar with some elements of World of Goo or Contre Jour, as the game is heavily inspired by these titles according to the developer.

You can grab Tupsu-The Furry Little Monster in the Google Play Store absolutely free.

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Paolo Nikko
Paolo Nikko

A graduate of Computer Engineering, Paolo is an Android enthusiast and spends most of his time programming and playing games. He is synonymous for the word customization, as he is curios for everything that surrounds him.