Tiltagon is a new game by Noodlecake Games for the iOS and Android platforms. The point of this game is simple – tilt and try to get as far as you can, and then fall off and try not to throw your phone, all through two difficulty levels – the hilariously honest Hard and Hard+ levels. Read on for some tips and tricks for Tiltagon!
If you find the controls to be just right, then don’t change anything, but if you find them to be too sensitive or not sensitive enough, go to the options menu and then change the sensitivity. Mess with it to see which you like best. If your battery life is running low or you get distracted, you can also turn off the shadows and the background graphics. This will also help if you are playing on an old phone, such as an iPhone 4, and your graphics appear to be going very slowly.
You can hit the leaderboard all you want in order to check the high scores, but the top scores have mostly, if not all, been hacked by people with a hex editor. If you want to hack the game with a hex editor and change your Google Play or Game Center score, then find something like File Explorer or iExplorer in order to do so, or one of the many Android ones that is available. Scroll down to the scores that are in the 100s or so for the real scores.
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If you want to get rid of ads, all that you have to do is turn off the data and the WiFi or throw your phone into Airplane Mode and then replay the game again. However, if you want to do the same thing without screwing the devs, all that you have to do is pay 99 cents in order to get rid of ads forever, or watch a video to get rid of ads for five minutes. The ads are not all that intrusive anyways; personally, I hardly notice them at all. There’s not pop up autoplay videos or popup ads.
When you are playing in hard mode, all of the obstacles will push you off of the stage if you aren’t careful. However, if you are playing in hard+ mode, then you cannot touch a single one of these objects, because one single touch of an obstacle means instant death. It’s far easier to rank high in this mode on Game Center and Google Play than on Hard mode, though, due to the sky high difficulty.
If you start to get too frustrated at the game, then take a break for awhile. Come back fifteen minutes to an hour later and you will find that you do a lot better, without all of that adrenaline and frustration holding you back. Breaking your old high score records should be cake at this point.