TILT ON, MY SELECTOR: DUBSTEP LINE-RIDING IN DIFFERENTCLOTH’S LILT LINE


4.26.2009

Brandon Boyer

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Developer Gordon ‘differentcloth‘ Midwood covers all bases and describes his debut iPhone game lilt line as a “retro rhythm racing beat ‘em up action game with a dubstep flavour.”

I can only add a touch of context and place it somewhere between the Game Boy Advance’s bit Generations game Dotstream and a neon-razor take on the ubiquitous genre of cave/helicopter web-games.

Created in collaboration with London dubstep duo 16bit — and looking precisely like the kind of retro-future game laser-targeted to the Offworld audience — lilt line will include ten levels, each based on a unique 16bit song.

Differentcloth says the game was submitted to Apple nearly a week ago, and should be coming very soon to an App Store near you, and as Midwood mentions in the comments below, the “turn-based flight simulation digital pet rhythm racing action” game is now available on the App Store.

liltline home [differentcloth, App Store link, 16bit MySpace, via Renaud B├ędard]

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