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Help

Check out our FAQ section below, or reach out with any particular questions.

Help

Check out our FAQ section below, or reach out with any particular questions.

To play Swibo’s range of games you’ll need:

  1. Smartphone to download Android or iOS app
  2. Computer to download Windows or Mac OSX program
  3. Balance board, either a custom Swibo one or your own

Specific requirements for your computer are available from the Download page.

Swibo Tilt boards come in two difficulties:

  1. Basic, if you are newly recovering from injury or aren’t confident in your balance,
  2. Advanced, for sports training, injury prevention, or long-term recovery.

You can also use your own balance board and simply place or attach your phone to the top, though of course be careful not to step on your phone!

For iOS & Android, use Wifi:

  1. Make sure both your computer and smartphone are connected to the same Wifi network
  2. Launch the Swibo Tilt computer program
  3. Launch the Swibo Tilt smartphone application, and click the Wifi icon in the app
  4. The app should now automatically connect, if it doesn’t, try restarting the application on the smartphone

For Bluetooth on Android phones and Windows PCs:

  1. Launch the Swibo Tilt program on your Windows computer, ensuring bluetooth is enabled.
  2. Launch the Swibo Tilt smartphone application on your Android phone, ensuring bluetooth is enabled.
  3. Press and hold the bluetooth symbol in your Swibo Tilt App, select your computer from the list of devices shown.
  4. The app should now connect, first displaying ‘initialising connection’ and then ‘Connected’.
    NOTE: You do not need to pair the devices outside of the smartphone App.

Anyone!

Hexile is the best game to start with, moving on to NeoZen and Unbearable when ready!
If you find the games challenging you can begin by sitting on a chair and placing the board beneath your feet, or use a table or frame to grip for support while playing.

FAQs

To play Swibo’s range of games you’ll need:

  1. Smartphone to download Android or iOS app

  2. Computer to download Windows or Mac OSX program

  3. Balance board, either a custom Swibo one or your own

Specific requirements for your computer are available from the Download page.

Swibo Tilt boards come in two difficulties:

  1. Basic, if you are newly recovering from injury or aren’t confident in your balance,

  2. Advanced, for sports training, injury prevention, or long-term recovery.

You can also use your own balance board and simply place or attach your phone to the top, though of course be careful not to step on your phone!

The best way to connect the Swibo Tilt App on your phone to the Swibo Tilt program on your computer is using Wifi:

  1. Make sure both your computer and smartphone are connected to the same Wifi network

  2. Launch the Swibo Tilt computer program

  3. Launch the Swibo Tilt smartphone application, and click the Wifi icon in the app

The app should automatically connect now. If it does not, try restarting the application on the smartphone.

If you have a network which prevents device-device communication such as some university or corporate networks, you will need to use bluetooth.
Bluetooth is available for Windows computers and Android smartphones, so you will need one of each.

  1. Launch the Swibo Tilt program on your Windows computer, ensuring bluetooth is enabled

  2. Launch the Swibo Tilt smartphone application on your Android phone, ensuring bluetooth is enabled

  3. Press and hold the bluetooth symbol in your Swibo Tilt smartphone app, and select your computer from the list of devices shown

  4. The app should now connect, first displaying ‘initialising connection’ and then ‘Connected’

    NOTE: You do not need to pair the devices outside of the smartphone App.

Anyone!

Hexile is the best game to start with, moving on to NeoZen and Unbearable when ready!
If you find the games challenging you can begin by sitting on a chair and placing the board beneath your feet, or use a table or frame to grip for support while playing.

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