Important information

This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. By continuing to use our site, you consent to Steel Media's privacy policy.

Steel Media websites use two types of cookie: (1) those that enable the site to function and perform as required; and (2) analytical cookies which anonymously track visitors only while using the site. If you are not happy with this use of these cookies please review our Privacy Policy to learn how they can be disabled. By disabling cookies some features of the site will not work.

Til3, a matching game

Til3, a matching game
Download on the AppStore Click here to request a review of this app

  • App Store Info


Til3, or Tile is a fun matching game for people on the go. The game is based on a simple rule, you can only match tiles that have a free edge. Til3 has been built for the iPhone users, so the game area is drag gable and just pinch the screen to enlarge or shrink the view. To keep the game interesting multiple game modes are includes, such as easy, medium, hard and challenge maps. Challenge maps are designed by M-Gate Labs and more will be included in future releases to supplement the current maps. If you have some time to waste on the bus, or waiting for you boss to show up just pick up your iPhone / iPod Touch and play a quick game of Til3.

-Pan & Scalable game view
-5 available tile sets
-Easy, Medium, Hard & Challenge modes
-Drag able main menus, a new take on the user interface

Please review the game after you have played it a few times.

Version 1.1 update!
+Full screen
+New icon
+User interface overhaul
+3 new challenge maps
+New options
++Placement options

*Future updates
M-Gate Labs is currently working on updates to the game to make it even more enjoyable.

*Wave 1
**Better randomization (Done)
**More tile sets (In Progress, ~1.2)
**More Maps (Done)

*Wave 2
**Online scoring
**Daily challenge map
**User created maps (From website)

What's New in Version 1.2

This update does not enhance game play, but instead fixes some issues that have been noticed while watching users navigate menus and play.

The main issues addressed in this patch is menu navigation, now by default a restrictive, in-active menu system will be enabled, the menu only allows the user to move the screen up and down while viewing menus. It sounds a bit weird at first, but its a vast improvement for some users who didn't understand the last system. Also the nonrestrictive, active mode is still available in the options menu for those who want to use it and locate hidden screens.

Two new tile sets are now included, one based upon Port Defender, a new tower defense game by M-Gate Labs and a mixture of tiles from different sets.


Screenshot 1 of 5 Screenshot 2 of 5 Screenshot 3 of 5 Screenshot 4 of 5 Screenshot 5 of 5