Tilt to Live 2 Release Date: Thursday, November 14!


We thought we’d give you like, an entire day’s heads up that our new game is coming out. It’s a universal app that requires at least an iPad 2, iPhone 4s, or iPod touch (5th gen), and will be launching for $2.99 USD. See you on the leaderboards Thursday!

The following codes can be redeemed right here for free copies of the Tilt to Live 2 Soundtrack. Act fast!


41 responses to “Tilt to Live 2 Release Date: Thursday, November 14!”

  1. ZZZ says:

    Thank you! 🙂
    TtL 2 will support ipod touch 4. gen?

  2. User13 says:

    h8qs-xg3g used, thanks!

  3. Swiftman says:

    Took “rdjv-htpw”. Thanks!

    ~ An Android user who longs to play Tilt to Live daily.

  4. Avenged110 says:

    Sweet! I finally checked one of these things before they were all gone 😀
    Thanks guys!

  5. Kamikaze28 says:

    Interesting, I also redeemed h8qs-xg3g. Anyway, “Thank you for the music” as ABBA would say!

  6. Someone21 says:

    @Swift Hey, I ALSO took “rdjv-htpw!” That’s crazy.

  7. Someone21 says:

    Hey Adam or Alex, do you think the redeem codes are bugged?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Epoch 2 is being released that day too!

  9. T-Wil says:

    Congrats awesome news!

    And thanks for the free soundtrack (qurc-e3lu). 🙂

  10. Adam says:

    @Someone21: Not bugged, they just each work for a few downloads instead of one, in case you had trouble downloading the files. It’s a bandcamp thing, apparently.

  11. TheGreatAnt says:

    Thanks Adam and Alex, that is really generous to give out the soundtrack! That’s awesome!

    I’m looking forward to the release!

  12. Plexel says:

    Love the soundtrack and will buy the game on day 1! You guys are awesome. So are your games.

  13. SCOTT0852 says:

    I used 3lus-vhwx and am listening to Classic on Crack right now. Great music!

  14. Nikos360 says:

    Adam, please tell me if it will work on iPod touch 4?

  15. Jay says:

    Hey Adam. It says that it is compatible with IPad 2, IPhone 4S, and IPod touch 5th Gen. I, myself, own an IPod touch 4th Gen. I know that it will be releasing tomorrow (Australian times) but please, make this compatible with IPod touch 4th Gen. I know you would’ve spent ages to make this game, but if you’d please make this for IPod 4, I’d be so happy. I play Tilt to Live every single day, and I want to test out the new graphics, weapons, modes and achievements in this great upcoming game. I bought an iTunes card the other day, and one reason was to buy this game. I was very excited for this game, so please, do us a favour and make it compatible for iPod 4th Gen.

    P.S. Mail me or comment here to let me know, please.

    Thank you!

  16. VoxelKnight says:

    just used we5e-g5cp. looking forward to release 😀

  17. Nerronics says:

    6 hours left…

  18. Anonymous says:

    Oh no I only have a iPhone 4

  19. Jay says:


  20. Jay says:

    Sorry.. xmsd-cjam 😀

    By the way, thankyou for the other tilt to live… Just please hoping the it’ll be on iPod 4th Gen.

  21. Cozyhut3 says:


    …Did Adam already make that joke?

  22. Zu-Hul says:

    I just have an iPhone 4 BUT I’LL BUY IT BECAUSE I LOVE U GUYS.

    Of course i’m sad…

  23. Alon says:

    I’ll do the same for to support the team

  24. Mag!cGuy says:

    Instant buy.

  25. Noah says:

    What time exactly do you guys think tilt to live 2 will be coming out tomorrow?

  26. Alex says:

    @Noah, 11:00PM EST tonight.

  27. Someone21 says:

    I am currently chanting “Wallpapers!” in my head.

  28. Swag says:

    ITS TIME?!

  29. Avenged110 says:

    It’s actually rather amusing to play this on my iPhone 4 because it’s like I’m playing against the dots and the device haha

  30. T-Will says:

    Awesome sequel!!!

    What happened to the tilt sensitivity setting? The default doesn’t feel as sensitive as I like.

  31. Jay says:

    I didn’t buy this game to crash… Please fix this bug.. :'(

  32. Sam says:

    Hey, so will this not work on iPod Touch 4th gen? I really want to buy this game!

  33. RebelKeithy says:

    Yay, I’ve been watching this for a few months, Tilt to live was by far my favorite game on the ipad.

  34. Shadow says:

    Adam, You have really pissed of a “LOT OF PEOPLE” by making it paid !! Sir, if You can attest make it free for a single day……then ur ratings will be higher than any of the games on the store!! I only ask for one day!! Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase
    Consider this request Sir ! A hell a lotta people were waiting here for the free version but it’s paid!! Pleeeeeeeeeeaaaase sir ! Please !!

  35. Someone21 says:

    Ask Alex, he’s in charge of the programming.

  36. Plexel says:

    @ Shadow http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2012/10/outwitters-sales-disaster/ Just read it, and hopefully next time you’ll maybe try to understand why they had to make it paid before shouting and screaming about it.

  37. makitango says:

    I can’t believe there are actually people begging to make it free2play. Paid up-front is the most customer-friendly business model there is. If you don’t feel like paying 1-5 bucks for a quality game (and a quality game it sure is, otherwise you wouldn’t be begging and we all wouldn’t be here) then there is something very wrong with you, or you are incredibly poor (yet own an expensive phone/tablet). In this case, why not ask a friend or anyone to gift it to you?
    I paid the full price and I am sure as hell not waiting for a bloody sale. The devs need and deserve it.

    @OneManLeft: There are afew things which are bugging me though…
    1. The filesize is incredibly big, the cpu usage is off the charts and it’s lagging at certain points. Maybe it’s a unity framework thing?
    2. Code Red bosses are bloody hard. Every boss encounter means the end for me, even though I loved Code Red in the original, I really seem to suck here. 🙁
    3. I liked the leaderboard-free UI from the original, plus I think the buttons don’t really fit into the theme. Overall, the original was perfect in all things design.
    4. The sensitivity is too weak for me, at least horizontally. I liked the bar slider from the original.

  38. Someone21 says:

    I can’t pay for the game because I forgot my security questions. I’d be happy to pay for it but I also want to play the game. None of you have anything over me.

  39. Niki says:

    As a die-hard fan of the original Tilt to Live, i purchased the second installment as well. It is great and all 🙂
    But what happened to the tilt sensitivity? I have to literally spin my iphone around at ridiculous degrees so that the screen is barely visible. It also caused me to drop my device on the floor once resulting in a tiny scratch on the screen.. I don’t remember struggling with anything like this in the original TTL..
    Dear developers, as far as i remember you used to make only polished pitch-perfect games, but the tilt sensitivity in TTL2 NEEDS to be adjusted to an acceptable and SAFE level either by respectible developers or an in-game option..

  40. xmonkey says:

    I also want a code of the soundtrack!Can you give me one? 🙂

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