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The Viability of Playsourcing. What If One Point Was a Drop of Water?

NEWS FLASH: Players have scored 1 Million Tilt Points in just the last 24 hours! Here at XEOPlay, we were hard at work thinking up our next game, and we started wondering out how else we might be able to … Continue reading

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We’re Big in China

Hooray! Since offering the app for free on May day, Tilt World has gotten to #6 in Free Kids games and #96 in the free games! And in China, WE ARE GAME #1!!!  Thanks to everyone who downloaded Tilt World. … Continue reading

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Tilt World is free for the next 3 hours. Want to know why?

Special Extension: Tilt World will be available for free until 6pm PDT today. International May Day is here.  Today we honor laborers throughout the world who struggle to make ends meet, to live with dignity, and to be respected as … Continue reading

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Play a Game & Plant Trees: Celebrate Arbor Day with Tilt World for iOS

Wikimedia Commons credit Muriel Gottrop. The points you earn in Tilt World help plant trees in Madagascar!  We’ve nearly gotten to 3 million points so keep playing and showing the game to your friends.  They can download it here. On … Continue reading

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Game Lets Players Solve 15 year-old AIDS Protein Problem. Guess How Long It Took Players?

Foldit, a game that lets players fold, twist, and build virtual proteins just made history. The game’s players managed to solve a difficult problem by finding the lowest energy molecular shape of a protein scientists have been trying to work … Continue reading

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Not Just For Stir Fry! Mushrooms Help Eat Pollution and Fight Disease!

Did you know that fungi like mushrooms are made up of little networks of  fibers called mycelium that act as external lungs and stomachs?  These fibers make up little filters that are great at catching pollution and turning it into … Continue reading

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Madagascar’s Baobabs Saved!

Great news for the giant Baobab trees of Madagascar.  Authorities have stopped the dumping of excess water into the Baobabs’ habitat by rice farmers.  Since this “last minute rescue operation” the roots of these great trees have stopped rotting, and … Continue reading

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