Tiny arcade game with plenty of challenge. Master all levels and battle on the Steam leaderboards against other players. Test your skills and see how long you can survive in the Endless mode. Unlock crazy balls like Skull, Strawberry, Football Helmet, Baseball and more!
User reviews:
Overall:
Positive (16 reviews) - 93% of the 16 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Mar 29, 2016

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August 15

Kiemura 1st anniversary sale!

Our game company Kiemura is now one year old! They grow up so quick, don't they? It has been a rollercoaster ride for the past year and we've learned a lot. But it feels like it's all been worth it.

We want to thank fans and everyone else who have supported us during the past year (and before that). Your support means a lot to us. Thank you!

To celebrate our birthday, we decided to put Tiltagon on sale for just $1!
Go grab it and have fun!

Thanks once again!

- Jyri and Piia, Kiemura dev team

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April 1

Version 1.0.3.3 is out now

Changelog
  • Decreased camera's maximum tilt a bit
  • Mouse direction arrow is now shown even when the ball is not on the floor
  • Bug fixes and optimizations that hopefully fix the missing floor bug
If you experience bugs or otherwise have questions / feedback, you can also send us email to support@kiemura.com.

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Reviews

“It plays and feels just as great as it looks.”
9/10 – BagoGames

“Good quick game which you could lose hours in.”
4/5 – Erisea Magazine

“...might drive you nuts as you try to master it”
Windows Central

About This Game

Tiny arcade game with plenty of challenge. Master all levels and battle on the Steam leaderboards against other players. Test your skills and see how long you can survive in the Endless mode. Unlock crazy balls like Skull, Strawberry, Football Helmet, Baseball and more!

Features:
  • Level mode with 10 challenging levels
  • Endless mode with two difficulty levels
  • 36 unlockable balls
  • Minimalistic visuals and energetic EDM soundtrack
  • Play with either controller, keyboard or mouse
  • Supports Steam Cloud, Achievements, Leaderboards and Trading Cards

Tiltagon is made by Kiemura, a game company from Finland. Music by Pointless Payback, Tatu Toukola, Rascal Kidd, Jay Mata and S4mthing.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP2+
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader model 2.0 support
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Standard audio
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.8+
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader model 2.0 support
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Standard audio
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04+
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader model 2.0 support
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Standard audio
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Overall:
Positive (16 reviews)
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snowdrop
0.5 hrs
Posted: August 28
Good looking, killer soundtrack, and well executed within it's genre. The game is exactly what it promises to be: Arcade control for the patient one that's willing to replay and learn from her mistakes.

Perspective usage and polygons combined wtih mouse control that feels like you're painting with precision is where the game shines. Played many marble-games and while I like the category most of them have a really bad control scheme and lack the feeling that's here in Tiltagon.

Keyboard and gamepad controls are also in the game, but personally I wouldn't recommend either to anyone - simply lacks the control you get with the mouse.
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odiCicaDaOpljune
6.0 hrs
Posted: August 18
Photosensitive epilepsy big time. xD
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BlaXpirit
14.5 hrs
Posted: July 16
This is a difficult top-down ball-rolling arcade game.

I really like how in the main levels you can either carefully tread each step or learn the course and run through like crazy... the latter usually being easier because at higher velocity it's physically harder to fall off. And you get to complete the speedrun challenges.

And then there is a randomized endless mode where you have to be careful, but still quick enough not to get left behind on an expired ground tile.

I do have to warn that simple 4-directional input (arrow keys) is definitely not good enough. I used a thumbstick (gamepad). And that's all the controls you need. The physics feel much nicer than in other ball-rolling games.

Another warning is needed: the initial learning curve may seem insurmountable, but it gets easier afterwards.

Graphics are great: shiny untextured triangles are very pleasing to see.
Has a great selection of fittingly frantic electronic music.

★★★★★★★★☆☆
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jibang-iwnl-
0.3 hrs
Posted: April 10
is grovy
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Aetos
1.4 hrs
Posted: March 31
It's a great game at a good price. Runs great at 60fps. Once you beat the 10 levels it is great to go back to the first few levels to realise just how much you've improved.

Big fan of games such as Duet, Velocibox and Super Hexagon and I’ve really enjoyed this game. For those looking for something new to try. I can easily recommend this game at full price.
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Rydychyn
12.4 hrs
Posted: March 30
10/10 Mega fun and such smooth gameplay it's minimally frustrating!

But beware, Hexagons are jerks...

Sometimes they'll just bash you.
Sometimes they'll be flailing one, or both, arms around to get in your way.
Sometimes they'll shoot you.
And sometimes you'll even fall through a hexagonally shaped hole.

This game perfectly balances greed and patience, especially in the Hard+ gamemode; let me tell you, there is not a better feeling in that mode than collecting the next block before that hexagon shoots its load!

Which will come first, the 5000 games played or the 100 points in Hard+ achievement?

With the slick movement, respawning, and UI, you also get tons and tons of cosmetically appealing balls to use, after you've unlocked them of course.

Oh why does a ball have to be so spherical!? And why do hexagons have to be so mean?
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1.2 hrs
Posted: March 30
If Geometry Dash was 3D...
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Dafoosa
3.7 hrs
Posted: March 30
A hard n fast ball game! If you have never played a ball roll/tilt game before you are going to find this game really hard. Can unlock more balls; one ball per level per star earned. Good luck getting more than a single star per level. Cool dance-beat soundtrack. Challenging and fun. Good control system and options. With the ball reward system, the game wants you to go back and earn more stars i.e. balls. After finishing level 10 I went back to level 1 and tried to get another star for doing it faster. Now I feel car-sick and need to lie down. Fortunately there are other game modes too. Would play again. Cons: needs more balls.
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[RoC]Warbird
1.6 hrs
Posted: March 29
*dies once* wow, this game is polished very well. It's really fun. *dies again* the soundtrack is good too, it really fits the game. *dies again* hey look, there's even a shop with a bunch of unlockable balls. I can be a Pokeball! This is great! *dies again* okay..this is only the first level. Maybe I'm missing something. *changes control scheme* there, I'll try the Keyboard. *dies again* on second thought, playing with the mouse is more fun. *changes contrl scheme* okay, let's do this for real. *dies again* ...okay this is a fun game to kill time with, but is it really that difficult?? *40 minutes later* OH MY GOD, I PASSED I- ..one star? One star?? Out of three?? I can totally do better. *repeats death process until 3 star rating achieved*

10/10 would break computer screen again

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Tiltagon is a great minimalistic marble (because, let's be honest, if I say ball rolling, will you really take this review seriously? ....you probably shouldn't) rolling game, in which you..roll a marble. There are 10 levels (thank god for that..i've only just replaced my computer screen), 36 unlockable "marbles", and an endless mode with modes Hard and Hard+. This game is very challenging (couldn't you tell?), however it is very well made/polished, and the fitting soundtrack makes it all the more fun to play. It's $2.99, and who doesn't love to kill time by rolling balls (yeah, I said it) down some slippery slopes? Especially when the ball you're rolling could be a Pokeball. 'Nuff said.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 28
Good looking, killer soundtrack, and well executed within it's genre. The game is exactly what it promises to be: Arcade control for the patient one that's willing to replay and learn from her mistakes.

Perspective usage and polygons combined wtih mouse control that feels like you're painting with precision is where the game shines. Played many marble-games and while I like the category most of them have a really bad control scheme and lack the feeling that's here in Tiltagon.

Keyboard and gamepad controls are also in the game, but personally I wouldn't recommend either to anyone - simply lacks the control you get with the mouse.
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23 of 33 people (70%) found this review helpful
15 people found this review funny
Recommended
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 29
*dies once* wow, this game is polished very well. It's really fun. *dies again* the soundtrack is good too, it really fits the game. *dies again* hey look, there's even a shop with a bunch of unlockable balls. I can be a Pokeball! This is great! *dies again* okay..this is only the first level. Maybe I'm missing something. *changes control scheme* there, I'll try the Keyboard. *dies again* on second thought, playing with the mouse is more fun. *changes contrl scheme* okay, let's do this for real. *dies again* ...okay this is a fun game to kill time with, but is it really that difficult?? *40 minutes later* OH MY GOD, I PASSED I- ..one star? One star?? Out of three?? I can totally do better. *repeats death process until 3 star rating achieved*

10/10 would break computer screen again

====================================================================================

Tiltagon is a great minimalistic marble (because, let's be honest, if I say ball rolling, will you really take this review seriously? ....you probably shouldn't) rolling game, in which you..roll a marble. There are 10 levels (thank god for that..i've only just replaced my computer screen), 36 unlockable "marbles", and an endless mode with modes Hard and Hard+. This game is very challenging (couldn't you tell?), however it is very well made/polished, and the fitting soundtrack makes it all the more fun to play. It's $2.99, and who doesn't love to kill time by rolling balls (yeah, I said it) down some slippery slopes? Especially when the ball you're rolling could be a Pokeball. 'Nuff said.
Was this review helpful? Yes No Funny
8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 16
This is a difficult top-down ball-rolling arcade game.

I really like how in the main levels you can either carefully tread each step or learn the course and run through like crazy... the latter usually being easier because at higher velocity it's physically harder to fall off. And you get to complete the speedrun challenges.

And then there is a randomized endless mode where you have to be careful, but still quick enough not to get left behind on an expired ground tile.

I do have to warn that simple 4-directional input (arrow keys) is definitely not good enough. I used a thumbstick (gamepad). And that's all the controls you need. The physics feel much nicer than in other ball-rolling games.

Another warning is needed: the initial learning curve may seem insurmountable, but it gets easier afterwards.

Graphics are great: shiny untextured triangles are very pleasing to see.
Has a great selection of fittingly frantic electronic music.

★★★★★★★★☆☆
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 31
It's a great game at a good price. Runs great at 60fps. Once you beat the 10 levels it is great to go back to the first few levels to realise just how much you've improved.

Big fan of games such as Duet, Velocibox and Super Hexagon and I’ve really enjoyed this game. For those looking for something new to try. I can easily recommend this game at full price.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 30
A hard n fast ball game! If you have never played a ball roll/tilt game before you are going to find this game really hard. Can unlock more balls; one ball per level per star earned. Good luck getting more than a single star per level. Cool dance-beat soundtrack. Challenging and fun. Good control system and options. With the ball reward system, the game wants you to go back and earn more stars i.e. balls. After finishing level 10 I went back to level 1 and tried to get another star for doing it faster. Now I feel car-sick and need to lie down. Fortunately there are other game modes too. Would play again. Cons: needs more balls.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
12.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 30
10/10 Mega fun and such smooth gameplay it's minimally frustrating!

But beware, Hexagons are jerks...

Sometimes they'll just bash you.
Sometimes they'll be flailing one, or both, arms around to get in your way.
Sometimes they'll shoot you.
And sometimes you'll even fall through a hexagonally shaped hole.

This game perfectly balances greed and patience, especially in the Hard+ gamemode; let me tell you, there is not a better feeling in that mode than collecting the next block before that hexagon shoots its load!

Which will come first, the 5000 games played or the 100 points in Hard+ achievement?

With the slick movement, respawning, and UI, you also get tons and tons of cosmetically appealing balls to use, after you've unlocked them of course.

Oh why does a ball have to be so spherical!? And why do hexagons have to be so mean?
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2 of 6 people (33%) found this review helpful
Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 30
If Geometry Dash was 3D...
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0 of 2 people (0%) found this review helpful
Recommended
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 18
Photosensitive epilepsy big time. xD
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1 of 6 people (17%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny