You can also play both the Time Attack and Challenge modes – in which you play against the clock and for the highest score, respectively – against up to three others. Once you've done enough, a Random mode (where you have to play 15 levels from the single-player game at random) unlocks and this is also for up to four players.
Unfortunately, though, four people playing a flawed game won't have any more fun than one, and unlocking extra levels is only appealing if the levels you have to play to unlock them are themselves worth playing. Expectedly, that 'if' hangs over Tip 'n Tilt 2 like a butcher's hook.
Audio/Visual - 7
Gameplay - 6
Value - 5
Innovation - 5