Tilt to Live: Gauntlet’s Revenge has arrived! It’s a collection of brutal tilt obstacle courses, culminating in a final battle with the Dot King. The new dot bots can be pretty ruthless, so we’ve assembled a few tips to help you find your way.
If you’d like to finish every level and beat the Dot King, Normal mode is the way to go. If you’re really struggling, Easy gives you twice the health and removes the hardest obstacles from the three main tracks. It’s worth noting that the final boss gauntlet has the same tough obstacles no matter what, so your difficulty there will just determine the size of your life bar.
Hard mode is intended for highscore hounds looking to compete on the leaderboards. When it’s that easy to die, every piece of pointonium counts. If you can actually finish the game on hard, you’re ridiculous (and we totally want to watch your YouTube videos).
Reaching the Dot Bot Fortress
If you want a shot at taking down the Dot King, you’ll need to earn 9 medals in the three main gauntlets. But here’s a shortcut: the harder your difficulty, the more your medals are worth. Unlocking a Finish medal on hard also unlocks it for easy and normal, so that one medal really earns you three. Playing on Easy, you’ll need every medal from every gauntlet to reach the Dot Bot Fortress. Normal medals count for two, and hard medals count for three.
- Remain calm. If you flip out and over-tilt, you’re going to get a face full of spike wall. Subtle, deliberate tilting goes a long way.
- If you’re having a hard time maintaining control, try a different tilt sensitivity. You can change this mid-game in the pause menu, at the top right.
- If you’re just trying to reach the finish line, ignore the pointonium. We know it’s shiny, but it makes you take risks that you normally wouldn’t.
- Sometimes blowing up an enemy will make your life a little easier. Other times it isn’t worth the risk. Choose your battles wisely.