Tile Rider is a single-player game where you control a small car, which is equipped with a weapon and a magnet gadget. Navigate each level of the virtual world from start to finish solving puzzles and outsmarting enemies.

"Smart game with bad art" IndieCade
"Drive with caution" Pocket Gamer
"Really mega fun and totally cool" Happy gamer

- 35 unique story-driven levels
- Physics gameplay
- Smart AI
- Zombie-cars
- Atmospheric soundtrack
- No In-App Purchases and no Internet connection required to play

What’s New

Version 1.3.3099

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- You can switch the game language in the main menu. Available languages: English, Russian, German, Spanish, Italian, Belarussian
- Visual and performance improvements
- AI scanning behavior updated for some turrets

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
69 Ratings

69 Ratings

Emadpres ,

Great, but a little hard to control

Although the game design is quit nice and entertaining, the control is a little hard with soft controller. BTW, the way soft controller works (automatically controlling the car to head to your desired direction) is really useful.
If I were the developer I would absolutely go for a Steam version for PC.

THE Tiggr ,

Interesting idea, horrible controls

Premise is interesting sadly the horrible controls are a total let down. In addition the game drops you right in to the gameplay with little to no guidance as just what the heck you should be doing and gets confusing fast. The first few levels should be soft, zero-risk ice-breakers designed to coax you in, get the player used to the game, introduce the physics and puzzles and essentially get you hooked - the fact I ended up getting my vehicle totalled three times on just the first two levels alone, rapidly decreased my enjoyment from the game.

The fact that the game can't decide what sort of genre it wants to be (is it a racing with time penalties and quick dexterity, a puzzle that requires advance thinking, or a random mix of the two?), didn't help either.

I'm sure the Dev put a huge amount of work into this, but sadly, at least for me, it misses the mark and will not be long before this game leaves my iPhone.

Migfede ,


Muy bueno el juego

App Privacy

The developer, Pavel Raliuk, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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