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Super Monkey Ball: Tip 'n Tilt is a game in the Super Monkey Ball Series. It was released for mobile phones on January 30, 2007, which is a standalone port of the Party Game, Seesaw Ball, from Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz.

It later received a sequel, as well as a Japanese localization.


In this game, you start from the top of the screen and try to make your way to a goal at the bottom of the screen. You use the directional pad on the phone to get to your goal via a series of tipping and tilting platforms. AiAi, MeeMee, Baby, and GonGon are all playable.

Game Modes

There are four modes included: Normal Mode, Challenge Mode, Time Attack, and Practice Mode.

In all modes, you do not need to complete an entire difficulty set but can rather start from any unlocked level. Additionally, the game saves your progress and offers you the option to resume when you next enter the game.

Normal Mode

In Normal Mode, you have three lives and five continues and try to clear a difficulty set: Beginner, Advanced, and Expert.

Challenge Mode

In Challenge Mode, you can compete against friends to obtain the highest score possible within the normal levels.

Time Attack Mode

In Time Attack Mode, all bananas are removed, and the score is purely based on how quickly you can complete the level.


Super Monkey Ball Games
Arcade Monkey BallTicket Blitz
Home Console Super Monkey BallSuper Monkey Ball 2DeluxeAdventureBanana BlitzStep & RollBanana Blitz HDBanana Mania
Handheld Jr.N-GageTouch & RollAdventure3DBanana Splitz
Mobile SEGA Monkey BallAiAi's FunhouseJ-PhoneN-GageBowlingMini GolfTip 'n TiltTip 'n Tilt 2MobileiOSiOS 2 (Sakura) • Uki-Uki SeesawBounce
PC Banana Blitz HDBanana Mania
Flash SMB1 MiniSMB2 MiniDisco BallBanana Blitz Mini
Cancelled Super Monkey Ball 3: Banana Crazy