More classical music levels are headed to Piano Tiles 2 [Sponsored]

Piano Tiles 2 is the sequel to the viral hit sensation Piano Tiles (Don’t Touch the White Tile), and it’s out right now on iOS and Android.

It challenges you to tap a series of black tiles that appear in rhythm to whichever song you choose which boosts your score.

Just make sure you don’t accidentally tap anywhere else on the screen though. That’s game over, and you’ll be forced to try again if you want to beat that high score.

To learn more about what Piano Tiles 2 offers that others in the genre don’t, as well as the challenges faced during development and the plans for future updates, we spoke to Cheetah Mobile.

What do you think Piano Tiles 2 offers that you can’t get from any other title on the App Store?

“We looked at Piano Tiles 2 as helping everyone to fulfill a musical dream rather than it simply being a game.


“To achieve that, we developed a pleasing, fresh, and elegant UI, and looked to provide as smooth a game playing experience as possible. We also added loads of beautiful songs, and included an endless mode to enrich the experience.”

What challenges did you face during development, and how did you overcome them?

“Our main challenge was in trying to…

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Does PewDiePie have what it takes to be a master pianist in Piano Tiles 2?

Piano Tiles 2 is the sequel to the hugely popular Piano Tiles, an iOS and Android title in which you had to attempt to play songs on a piano without touching the white tiles.

It’s harder than it sounds. You had to be incredibly focused and fast with your fingers to beat your friends to the top of the Facebook and Twitter leaderboards.

There was a wide variety of game modes, a fully customisable playlist, and several different themes and colour options. It really was the ultimate piano game on mobile.

Not anymore though. Piano Tiles 2 has arrived and with it a ton of new features that shake up the formula to create an even bigger and better music adventure.

You can now compete with players from around the world, playing a ton of new songs in game modes old and new to determine who has the fastest fingers on mobile.

Of course, you can keep it between friends and loved ones and share your performances with them privately.

Does PewDiePie have what it takes to be a master pianist? Well, you can find out by watching the video above.

Piano Tiles 2 has already topped the Google Play charts in seven different countries just three days after launch. It’s also been featured in Google Play and the App Store over 800 times in 150 countries.

So what are you waiting for? Head on over to the App Store [download] or…

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