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Tilt World Plants Trees When Players Score Big

 - Jun 13, 2012
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Tilt World is an environmentally friendly iPhone game that plants trees when players earn points. The game was developed by XEOPlay, Inc., and is partnered with WeForest. The game puts you in control of Flip, a tadpole who is trying to save his home of Shady Glen from environmental destruction.

As the game's name suggest, you control Flip by tilting your iPhone. Flip's objectives range from eating carbon to planting mushrooms. From a gaming perspective, Tilt World is amazing. The graphics are crisp and sharp, and the tilt control scheme actually makes the game seem challenging and fun. Unlike other games, here a player's high score isn't just used for bragging rights. The developers track the scores, and plant trees in Madagascar every time a player earns enough points. XEOPlay's goal is 1 million trees.