One Man Left has just put their frenetic arcade game Tilt to Live 2: Redonkulous [$2.99] on sale for the first time since its release in November of last year, down to just 99¢ from its original price of $2.99. If you aren't totally sure if you'll dig Tilt to Live and a buck feels like too risky of an investment for you, then I have some good news. A brand new lite version has also just released called Tilt to Live 2: Freedonkulous [Free]. The new lite version seems quite generous, offering up the entirety of Classic Mode for free.

If you like the Classic Mode in Freedonkulous, you can find it in the full version of Tilt to Live 2 as well as Code Red mode, which ratchets the gameplay up to eleven. From there you can also grab the newly-released Brimstone Pinball mode for a buck via DLC, which flips the whole Tilt to Live formula on its ear and has you bouncing a fiery pinball around the screen to destroy enemies. It's a ton of fun.

So now you have no excuse not to try out Tilt to Live 2 with the new Freedonkulous version, and if you like it I highly suggest grabbing the full version for its sale price of a dollar, as well as the Brimstone Pinball DLC for another dollar. For less than Tilt to Live 2's regular asking price you can have it all during this sale.

  • C. Stubb

    Hmm, TA didn't seem to have reviewed this one. Opinions, anyone?

    • Paps Shenanigan

      Didn't want to upset the good folk at One Man Left with a bad review I'm guessing. Update is good, but the game was a let down and doesn't live up to its predecessor.

      • michaelfields

        Really? I loved the first but got bored with it. This one seems a lot more entertaining to me even without brimstone pinball (which for me made it one of my favorite iPhone games)

    • Jake7905

      The game looks gorgeous compared to the first, but I find the tilt controls frustrating, the file size too large (511mb for the free version), and the game keeps crashing on my IPad Mini Retina.

      • jamesgecko

        The free version is 82 MB. Perhaps you've confused this game with Infinity Blade? An easy mistake.

    • lifeat78

      Gameplay is very similar. It's a fun game, certainly, but there's not a lot new other than some new weapons which are kind of fun and the boss battles, which are alternately fun and infuriating. The achievements aren't as fun or as challenging as the first version. Brimstone Pinball is pretty fun, though. It's certainly worth a buck if only to support the devs.