Teeter (Up‪)‬ 4+

A game of balance

Netflix, Inc.

    • 4.6 • 4.2K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Available exclusively for Netflix members.

Your mission: Maneuver a platform to guide a ball into a hole. No dragons, no monsters. Your only enemies are gravity and the laws of physics.

A ball, a platform, and a hole. Simple on their own, but all together: magical. Teeter is a beautiful combination of impeccable design and innovative game mechanics that provide players with a singular experience.

It's an elegant game of whimsy and delight, with enhanced controls for 3D Touch supported devices. And don't forget to shake your phone for a surprise!

Guiding a ball into a hole has never been more innovative, challenging or super fun.


• 150 levels

• Fun and unique balance mechanic

• Sweet and accurate physics

• Easter egg (shake your phone)

• Beautiful graphic design

• Compete with your friends

• Simple tap-and-hold controls

What’s New

Version 1.9.3

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
4.2K Ratings

4.2K Ratings

My 1st review ever! ,

Fun, relaxing physics game

A good choice for the new Netflix games division to immediately get the physics game category included. Like all of those they can require patience and be a bit maddening…but I guess that’s the idea lol. The presentation is basic but very clear and those things make it very easy to pick up and immediately know how to play. The music loop, although quite short, and that can be common in games…but it’s very beautiful and fits well within a physics game. It will make sense what I mean if you play it! It doesn’t distract you and is mostly piano and strings…and very catchy, too!


Fun short game

Simple mechanics that are consistent, the basis of a good game. This has that and not much more. It's short, 150 levels. I didn't skip any cause I rushed through level 1 and missed the tutorial note about how to skip (really wish I knew about skipping for level 90 and some others). Beat the game in 2 days, so that's what I mean by short. However I like how much progress can be made in playing even in those 150 levels. When I started it took me several tries even on the first levels, I felt so awkward. When I beat all 150 levels I went back to play the earlier levels again to see how much better I'd gotten at it, and I could breeze in a minute through the first 20 levels like they were nothing. Anyway I liked it enough to write this review..i hope Netflix puts out more games like this, i think its really creative and cool that Netflix makes games now.

I honestly don't know. ,

i very much enjoy this app

so i was watching anime on netflix when i saw an ad for a game and was utterly shocked!
At how awful i was at this game!
i usually dont take mobile games seriously, much less the reviews, but this app really surprised me. Its a challenge, not that im great at mobile apps but hoo boy i am like actually terrible at this game.
not kidding i have had this game for a whole 3 weeks and im only on level 21.
Thats not to say that i don’t enjoy it, however. I played this game all through watching corpse bride and thanks to that every

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