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Tilt to Live update adds Retina Display, Game Center support

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By Jesse Hollington

Social Media & Software Editor, iLounge
Published: Friday, October 22, 2010
News Categories: iPhone, Apps + Games

One Man Left has released an update to Tilt to Live adding Retina Display graphics and Game Center support. Tilt to Live is an action/arcade game for the iPhone and iPod touch where players use the accelerometer to navigate a small ship around a playing field avoiding touching red dots while trying to collect orbs that can be used to destroy them. The game provides four game types, six unlockable super-weapons and 43 award challenges. Users can post high scores to Twitter and Facebook or to global AGON online leaderboards. Version 1.5 adds high-resolution graphics for the iPhone 4 and fourth-generation iPod touch Retina Display and now integrates with Apple’s Game Center for leaderboards and awards/achievements. The update also fixes crashes in Code Red mode, improves memory usage and includes other minor bug fixes. Tilt to Live is available from the App Store for $3; an iPad version is also available.

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