August 29, 2010 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Montgomery, Alabama - One Man Left Studios will be releasing Tilt to Live's iPad incarnation this September. More than a mere resolution bump for this accelerometer-based arcade shooter, the HD edition will feature completely revamped weapon effects, four times the arena space of its iPhone counterpart, and optimized tilt controls for the iPad platform. It's bigger, it's prettier, and best of all: it will be free to try before you buy.
All four of the iPhone's gametypes will be returning, now with super-sized play areas. That's four times the space to flee in Code Red, and twice the ground to defend in Frostbite. The current nine-weapon arsenal will also be available to unlock, each sporting an impressive graphical facelift. And speaking of unlocks, the AGON platform will be reprising its role as TtL HD's (rebalanced) awards and leaderboards provider.
But what's all this "free to try" business about? Well, in the spirit of drug dealers and food court Chinese restaurants, One Man Left is offering its users a sampling of TtL HD absolutely free of charge. In demo mode, players fight for the highest score in a giant Classic gametype with its own demo leaderboard. They'll have four freshly-beautified weapon pickups at their disposal: the nuke, blastwave, cluster missiles, and ice blast.
Then, for a $3.99 USD in-app purchase, players can gain access to the game's full potential: five unlockable weapons, award challenges, all four giant-sized gametypes, and the iPad-only leaderboards for each. Keep your eyes peeled for more screenshots and details from One Man Left Studios online, as the September release of Tilt to Live HD approaches.
One Man Left Studios is a game development studio for the iDevice platforms. Copyright (C) 2010 One Man Left Studios. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.