Tilt to Live: Gauntlet’s Revenge, from by One Man Left Games, is a tilt obstacle course where you control a supply of expendable arrow-people that you guide towards the finish line. It’s sort of like the original Tilt to Live and the sequel, but different.
The game will have Easy, Medium, and Hard modes that decide the length of your health bar, and the traps and enemies are randomized to make each level feel new. Challenge yourself to reach the top of the leaderboards and collect achievements as you work towards unlocking the final boss, the Dot King himself.
Tilt to Live: Gauntlet’s Revenge is coming out in October. Until then, check out these sweet screen shots below.
SEGA’s Super Monkey Ball franchise was just past its iOS popularity apex when they launched Super Monkey Ball 2: (Sakura Edition) in April 2010 as a universal game on the heels of the launch of the original iPad. The classic tilt-controlled platformer, however, sat untouched after that until last Christmas when it received it’s iOS 5 makeover. Now SEGA has updated the game again adding a new multiplayer option.
Players can compete against up to three friends via Game Center, each playing a different character: AiAi, MeeMee, Baby, or my favorite, GonGon. It’s a quick race to the finish line with the option to pick the level. Random matching is also available, but the wait can be over five minutes to find a single partner.
The new mode is welcome and may help revive Super Monkey Ball 2, but what doesn’t appear updated are the graphics. Here’s hoping for Retina display graphics in a new update soon.