Reviewed in MHG - Must Have Games NOTE 10.1 & NOTE 3
IF: headphones recommended !! ENG: The first piece Rayarka. To taste approached me a few songs playing alone, in itself is very good. POL: Pierwsze dzieło Rayarka. Do gustu podeszło mi klika piosenek gra sam, w sobie jest bardzo dobra.
Reviewed in Apps/Games that run best with Snapdragon
Cytus is one of the very few "DJ max kind of" games left in the play store, yet it has a little twist to it. You have to press the notes when a black line hits it and it gets quite addicting after a few rounds, which is worth a five second wait before playing(free version). If you help out the developer ( by buying the game of course) you can enjoy unlimited fun and excitement.
Reviewed in Indie Game Selections
It's rare to see a good rhythm game on the android platform and Cytus definitely delivers the rhythmic satisfaction similar to elite beat agents or osu. I found this game very addictive and for free its worth it. It does have an annoying timer that makes you wait between plays, but the game is still enjoyable and worth a look.4/5
❖❖Welcome to the Musical World of Cytus❖❖ LET’S EXPERIENCE MUSIC ’N ART, BEAT ’N REBOUND!
Check the screenshots and you will see the most AWESOME mobile music game ever!
Just PLAY and ENJOY!
- 100+ songs and 200+ variations, including many from famous composers around the world
- Beautiful hand-drawn art style (as illustrated in the screenshots)
- Easy, intuitive Active Scan Line system and 3 types of notes
- Different display modes allow player-friendly previewing of notes
- Strong beat and rhythms provide satisfying feedback for taps
- More than 9 difficulty levels for more fun and challenges
- Various music genres: POP, JAZZ, TRANCE, HARDCORE, DRUM 'N BASS and many more
- Connect to Facebook and show off your Cytus skills
❖HOW TO PLAY❖
- Follow along the Active Scan Line
- Tap each note as the line passes through
- Time your taps as the line is at the center of the note for a higher score!
In the distant future, the only sentient beings in the world are robots.
They are the last remnant of the human spirit.
However, mankind is not dead.
Technology exists that is capable of transferring memories to these robots.
But with limited space, new memories will gradually overwrite the old.
To prevent the emotions in human memories from fading away, the robots resorted to converting the emotions to music, and storing them in a place called Cytus.
The robots use these songs to experience human emotion and dream that souls exists in each of them...
Cytus Official Site: http://www.rayark.com/g/cytus
Rayark Official Site: http://www.rayark.com
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