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Tip Toe is one of the rounds in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. This round is a Race round and was first introduced in the beta version.

According to the game website, Tip Toe was designed by Meg Ralph.

Course description[]

Standard version[]

Tip Toe is a race course consisting of 130 square tiles displayed in a 13x10 grid.

This game may recall Takeshi's Castle game Skipping Stones. Tip Toe consists of a big path formed by a big number of tiles, some are fake and some are collidable. The players have to find out which tiles are collidable and make their way to get to the finish line. When a player finds a collidable tile, the tile is highlighted in a bright peach colour. The difficulty is that if a player falls down, they restart from the starting line. They can quickly come back by remembering the street discovered. When a player is not on a tile for a period of time, the tile slowly turns back to its orange shade, so the player has to remember which ones were the solid tiles. Between the last row of tiles and the finish line, there is a gap, so the player has to jump. As soon as someone discovers the right path, the game is completed quite quickly unless there is a thicc bonkus. It's all about qualifying before the others.

Alternate versions[]

From 29 October 2020 these variants can appear:

  • Three thicc bonkuses can be added to make the game really chaotic.[1]
    • When the Thicc Bonkuses appear, they may swing back and forth or sideways.
  • A big yeetus always appears under the floor, though it is not known if there are a limited amount spots the yeetus can be.
    • This variant has completely replaced the base version, meaning Big Yeetus will always be present whenever Tip Toe comes up in the show.

Course changes[]

  • In Season 2 (Legacy), the tiles were visually changed, having random patterns and more varying shades of orange on them.

Spartan Showdown[]

Main article: Spartan Showdown Show
  • In this playlist only:

Strategy[]

Standard version[]

Wait for others to reveal the path. Although it may be slow, it is the safest way to get across. You can also choose to play it a little more risky by jumping and/or diving onto an unrevealed tile. Beware of doing this as there is a high likelihood of failing, and can reveal a way for other players trying to outcompete you. The final three rows of tiles indicate the fake ones as they shake, so you can tell which ones are real. The safe tiles in the last 2 rows are always in the same column so they can be safely walked over, although keep in mind that there is a gap between the last row of tiles and the finish line that must be jumped over.

Alternate versions[]

  • Big Yeetuses are hit-and-miss, depending on the randomized safe tiles. If the stars align, a well-timed hit and a well-positioned Yeetus can send you sailing into the finish line, but these are not worth the gamble in most cases. More often than not a Yeetus is in the same column as the last two rows of collidable tiles. (Unconfirmed)
  • Thicc Bonkuses increase the difficulty of this level significantly. Some might be positioned along the safe route, making things hard to traverse. Play it safe and time your crossings carefully; at least your fellow beans are also subject to this difficulty. Especially with this version, do not give up if you're knocked off, as there is a higher than usual likelihood that your opponents will also be knocked off.

Final Variant[]

A Final type variant was introduced in the Tip Toe Tournament playlist on 17 September 2021. In this variant, the player who finishes first will win the entire show.

Most of the same strategies apply to this round, but this time you have to be as ruthless as possible to win. Sometimes an inspired guess can net you the crown; it might also be worth taking a risk and trying to use the Yeetus to fling you near the finish line. If a player in front of you is about to reach the finish line, consider tap-grabbing them before they jump to make them miss it.

Medal thresholds[]

  • Gold - First place
  • Silver - Top 20% of players in the lobby
  • Bronze - Top 50% of players in the lobby
  • Pink - Qualified, but outside of the top 50%
  • No medal - Eliminated

History[]

History of Tip Toe
Season Status Map Theme
Beta Active Standard
1 Active Standard
2 Active Standard and alternate versions
3 Active Standard and alternate versions
4 Active Standard and alternate versions
5 Active Standard and alternate versions
6 Active Standard and alternate versions
7 Active Standard and alternate versions

Trivia[]

  • The original version of Tip Toe can no longer be played on Main Show, as the Big Yeetus variant is guaranteed to appear on it whenever the level is selected.
  • Despite being a Season 1 (Legacy) level, Tip Toe was featured rather prominently during the Season 3 (Legacy) teaser trailer.

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