Tiltagon Review (Leagoo Lead 1): Fun and Annoying Casual Game, Good Soundtrack in the Mix (Video)

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  • 18 May 2015
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  • Tiltagon is a free game that was launched on Android in April and we played it on the Leagoo Lead 1 handset. The game is very addictive and it’s a simple casual title, that has you tilting your device to get a ball to follow a certain pattern on tiles and not drop into the abyss.

    In the background you’ll hear a surprisingly good drum ‘n bass and dubstep music and the visuals in Tiltagon are pretty flashy. The game is good for quick gameplay sessions, some even lasting a few seconds. You will steer the ball across tiles and try to avoid rotating traps, hole in the ground or various levels of height or inclination, in order not to drop the ball.

    Tiles will disappear after a few seconds, so that’s an incentive to move faster. The colors of the background change with each play and they’re very vivid, including the likes of cyan and neon. In case you’re unhappy with the tilt control, be sure to calibrate your device before playing. Aside from randomly spinning around, you can also collect cubes. Unless you collect the required number of cubes the next tile won’t appear and you’ll fall into the pit.

    We liked the 3D effects and music and generally we had a blast with this title made in Finland. We give it a 9 out of 10 and you can download it here.

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