** The 2010 Game of the Year – AppAdvice.com **
A 2010 Best App Ever Award Winner
A 2010 Staff Favorite – TouchArcade.com
A 2010 Top App of the Year – AppAddict.net
A Top 100 App of 2010 – theAppEra.com
• Fast, Frantic Action
• Responsive Tilt Controls
• Pick-Up & Play
• 4 Exciting Gametypes!
• 6 Unlockable Super-Weapons
• 46 Award Challenges
• Retina Display Compatible
• Game Center Leaderboards
• Game Center Online & Offline co-op gameplay (via Viva la Turret Expansion)
• Post Your Highscores on Twitter & Facebook
Would you enjoy unleashing a screaming flock of heat-seeking cluster missiles? A flash-freezing blast of glacial ice? Or transforming into a buzz saw of razor-sharp spikes? Then you’re in luck. That stuff is in this game. Help yourself to a variety of unique gametypes, unlockable weapons, and diabolical award challenges. No buttons or thumbsticks to fumble around with, just tilt. Tilt for your life.
- minor fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Well, I have to admit, it's pretty sweet.
But there are things that could be fixed for the better. The red dots just pop up. I know it's supposed to be a survival game, but maybe the red dots could start out faded, and then maybe start to darken. That could make the experience better, and more enemies could be placed at the same time. When the dots are darkened to the maximum, they are threats. If they are still faded, they could be sort of ghost/spirits that you could fly through and destroy. Maybe some big dots could be added, and maybe some could have different abilities. I don't know if that's asking to much, but it would be awesome. Maybe some new weapons could be added, because you only have like seven. Maybe mines, lasers, machine guns, poison, and atom bombs and when you die, you could a self destruct. I just sort of felt that this game wasn't completely finished. To me, the action is intense, but the complication is very poor.
Starball has met it's maker!!!!
This game is fantastic. It's basically starball on crack. You tilt to guide the arrow away from the red balls while picking up power ups to destroy them. timing is key in this game to get the many multipliers and try to get the best world score, did i mention the online leader boards and in game Awards/Achievements
the red balls will riddle the screen as time goes on if they can't get you they will form into different shapes and speed up to try and get you. your goal is just to stay alive as long as possible. At first you will see alot of the nuke power ups wait for the balls to get close and grab it to destroy as many as possible. There are other power ups as well such as a Purple Beam Blast, Ice , spikes i havent even seen the others...
The graphics and sound are killer and back to my new addiction....
2 bucks is a steal alot of love went into this game , it will stay on your idevice for years to come.
I'm seeing red and loving it.
A game that's as fun as it is tense, Tilt To Live takes advantage of it's platform to create a novel game of cat and mouse; except the mouse comes armed with a bazooka, bombs, and shields. Also there are an army of cats.
The concept is simple: kill and avoid the red dots. This is of course done by using the iPhone or iPad's tilt functionality, this forcing you to tilt in order to live. As other games try (and mostly fail) to create precise controls through virtual thumb pads or the like, Tilt to Live embraces the looseness of the motion controls to create a play experience that is both flying by the seat of your pants tense, and ultimately satisfying when you pull off a huge combo.
The game is constantly rewarding you with achievements and new weapons and modes, always inviting to just play one more round. Other than that there isn't much more to this game but for a couple of dollars, it's totally fine.
- One Man Left
- 29.2 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2010 One Man Left Studios, LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Viva la Turret Expansion $0.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.