To be picked as the Best Game of 2015, with the thousands of mobile games out there, is a feat that is worth bragging about. Even if it’s just in 13 countries, that is still quite an achievement. Piano Tiles 2 can lay claim to that, and now that they can lay claim to this achievement, then maybe you should try it out if you haven’t yet. You don’t need to know how to actually play piano though, but an appreciation for the instrument will come in handy.
What you do need to play this game is quick reflexes and nimble fingers. Compared to its predecessor, the sequel has new gameplay and visuals, plus new songs and more challenges. The mechanics is simple enough, but actually doing it, especially at the higher levels, is another thing. All you need to do is tap the black tiles in time with the music but if you touch any other items on the screen, it’s over. This is just like Dance Dance Revolution but with your fingers and not your feet. And it gets faster and faster of course, so your reflexes better keep up.
The game is now multicolor instead of the black and white from before. You also get to compete with other “pianists” from around the world and see which is the fastest who can keep up with the rhythm too. You can also share your performances with other people, if you think you can pass off as the next Beethoven or something.
You can download Piano Tiles 2 from the Google Play Store for free. There are in-app purchases available as well.