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If you haven't played Piano Tiles 2 yet, now might be a good time

Google's favourite game of 2015

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Product: Piano Tiles 2 | Publisher: Cheetah Mobile | Genre: Music/ Rhythm
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
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If you haven't checked out Piano Tiles 2 yet, now might be a good time try as Google has recently crowned it the Best Game of 2015.

As the name suggests, it's the sequel to the enormously popular original, Piano Tiles (Don't Tap the White Tile), and it launched back in August last year.

This is no simple revamp though. It improves on the original in every single way with its brand new gameplay and visuals, huge selection of new songs, top-notch sound quality, and a new competition which pits you against players across the globe to settle who has the fastest reflexes.



It's simple to play but hard to master. All you have to do is tap on the black tiles in time to the music while making sure not to touch any other area. If you do so, it's game over.

That may sound easy but the pace ramps up as your score gets higher, so you'll need epic reflexes if you plan on getting a top high score.

Piano Tiles 2 has been a success since launch - and was even awarded the Best Game of 2015 by Google in 13 different countries, including UK, France, and Germany.

If you'd like to test your reflexes, head on over to the App Store [download] or Google Play [download] to check out Piano Tiles 2 right now.
 
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Pocket Gamer staff  4 February 2016
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