BUILDING A BETTER BOUNCE TRAP: I wanted to announce that Bounce Trap Tilt just got released on iTunes and the App Store. The original Bounce Trap got some nice reviews on iTunes and in the press. ... this iPhone puzzle game is fun. It's got the addictiveness part down pat. This is one of the first iPhone games that I'd deem worthy for an actual gamer. - Hands-On, Destructoid.com Addiction is a cruel mistress. She sneaks up on you, luring you with promise of pleasure. It's a rouse, a trap one time and you're hooked. Bounce Trap ensnares you with its easy-to-learn gameplay, drawing you back with its subtle strategic depth. ... Bounce Trap provides polished casual play with enough depth to entertain a seasoned gamer. - PocketGamer With a mixture of action, strategy, and chance Bounce Trap can get fairly addicting and will provide entertainment for young and old. - AppCraver But along with that, there was a legitimate criticism that the game needed more interactivity. You could control where the ball was released, but like Peggle, once the ball was released you didn't have any control over it's trajectory. Well, Bounce Trap Tilt (a free upgrade, of course) now allows you to control the ball by .... tilting the iPhone. You can curve your shots, aim for specific bonus holes etc... We also added a new audio driver and shrunk the game from 26MB to 9.3MB with all the music and sound effects of the original. You can even buy the game ($0.99) directly from your iPhone by texting BOUNCE to 74415.