TITAN Escape the Tower is a new game landed about a couple of weeks in the Play Store and able to reproduce a classic developed in 1988 by Titus Interactive.In this game we will be constrained in a tower of 80 levels by a scientist and we will use all our powers of reasoning to be able to escape. With the help of our pad (a robot shaped like a cube) and a metal ball, we will have to foil the many traps and be able to find the exit.
Will you escape from the Tower?
The great block breaker* developed by Titus Interactive in 1988 is back with a brand-new HD version featuring superb 3D environments.when Titan was released in 1988, it was awarded the Oscar for Innovation at the CES in Chicago.
Titan is a game type brick-breaking introduction in which you control a cube in the center of the screen that allows you to throw a ball in all directions to destroy the bricks. In this game the most important thing is not the reflections. You are in an enclosed space and the ball can not get out. It matters about your ability to reason and your strategic skills.In each level, many puzzles and surprises look for you . You will have to figure out how to get out and especially how to avoid the pitfalls. Some types of bricks can be destroyed by the ball, others only from your pad.The teleportation devices allow you to move from one area to another, the ice makes you slip, some fearsome robot-pad you are hunting and traps can destroy you .
- The 80 fiendish levels from the original game
- A fascinating futuristic universe
- Stunning 3D graphics
- A gameplay from the original many variations (possibility to open a passage for the ball breaking bricks with the pad, use of teleportation, and more …)
- 8 different worlds, each with its own pitfalls and strategies of the game (Prison, Techno, Vegetable, Ice, Water, Air, Fire, Alien)
- 2 difficulty levels, normal and original. The original layer offers the same terms as the original game (speed, number of lives), not to mention the ability to save.
- 2 display modes (near and far)
- 2 viewing angles (view from above as the TITAN and original perspective)