Tilting is a move used in most of the Cars video games. It is a maneuver that has the player's car tilt so that they're only driving with one side of their wheels. Players can tilt both left and right, allowing players to take sharp turns that a powerslide or regular turn may not be able to accomplish. In Cars 2: The Video Game, Disney Infinity, Disney Infinity: 2.0 Edition, the main purpose of tilting is to avoid obstacles that scatter the circuit.
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