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Tilt To Live Gets Frostbite

August 2nd, 2010 by

Sorry MantisMat but you’re going to have to sink enough time in to master another mode in iPhone’s Tilt to Live. Yes, One Man Left‘s ‘Frostbite’ update has finally been approved and is now ready for download from the App Store with no additional cost.

The Frostbite mode tasks players to shatter waves of frozen dots that rain from the top of the screen towards the hot springs below before they thaw into pesky red dots. New pick-up ‘Burnicade’ goes some way to relieving the onslaught however (earned through building up your score multiplier), with its trail of fire boosting you to and fro across the screen burning any dots that comes within its touch, although you remain invulnerable to the roaring flame. Not a one-off however, Burnicade is also available in other game modes such as Classic and Code Red once it has been unlocked (coming after the Lightning Shield unlockable!) The Frostbite trailer can be found here and shows the exceptional update that One Man Left have produced.

Tilt to Live is available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and can be bought on the App Store for £1.79 Visit www.onemanleft.com for more information.

One Response to “Tilt To Live Gets Frostbite”
  1. yup its there and I’ve got a high score :)

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