What's New* Minor fixes
App Descriptionβ Simple line-drawing controls coupled with Lemmings-style gameplay.
!!! Holy mission. Blind devotion.
"If you've been looking for a good Lemmings-like game on the iPhone, look no further."
β TouchArcade, Eli Hodapp
"The graphics are excellent, the levels are well-designed, and the Lemmings-style gameplay is both fun and chaotic."
β 148Apps, Bonnie Eisenman
β AppAdvice, Trevor Sheridan
"If you take a chance on TipTop, you'll find a strange and delightful path-drawing platformer."
β SlideToPlay, Andrew Podolsky
"From its not-so-subtle wit to its challenging lemmings-inspired gameplay, 'Tiptop: the last march.' is a unique experience that's great value for money."
β AppSpy, Andrew Nesvadba
"A mixture of satire and tongue-in-cheek humor, Tiptop: the Last March looks to be a real laugh!"
β AppSpy, Callum Webster
β β β Featured on "New and Noteworthy" by Apple! β β β
Save the mankind from swine flu pandemia, pull the world economy out of recession and do all the other things typical of an average superhero! A brave and desperate squad you control canβt wait to pass through 20 intensely challenging levels to discover where the real Evil lurks.
β’ Lemmings-style gameplay with easy-to-use controls. Use one finger to draw a path for your heroes and two fingers to move the screen.
β’ Twisted and thrilling plot. Discover 5 different worlds β the USA, Mexico, a TV show studio, Wall Street district and, finally, an alien starship β to fight global problems of modern age and find out their causes.
β’ Hours of fun and great replay value. You have a variety of obstacles on the way, each of which needs special approach. The levels become increasingly challenging as you proceed.
β’ Amazing graphics and intuitive interface specifically designed to be used on your iPhone or iPod Touch
Requirements: Good sense of humor. You simply canβt do without it while saving the planet!
Defeat the forces of evil with finger deftness and acuity of mind, and be the first to uncover the Worldβs Biggest Secret Ever!
Come on, the Mankind needs you!
October 20, 2010 Initial Release