Piano Tiles 2 is a fast paced and addictive reflex-based score chaser that invites you to fulfil your musical dreams on iOS and Android right now.
You have to tap on the black tiles that appear on your screen in time with the music. If you accidentally tap anywhere else though it's game over.
The pace increases as your score climbs though, so it will keep you on your toes - especially if you're chasing a high score.
We spoke to Cheetah Mobile to learn more about Piano Tiles 2 - and particularly how it stands out, the challenges faced during development, and the plans for future updates.
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 optimise the performance - we wanted to make sure that as soon as you tapped a tile, the music would match up perfectly.
"We actually stopped development on new features for two months so we could ensure the Android version was on par with the iOS one in terms of performance."
Which part of Piano Tiles 2 are you personally the most proud of and why?
"Our team has never spent so much time and energy on a single game before, so we're incredibly proud of all of the hard work that went into developing Piano Tiles 2.
"At the beginning of the project, we asked everyone in the team to tell us their musical dreams, and also collected comments from many users. We were impressed by their feedback.
"We wanted everyone to be able to live their musical dreams and we believe we've achieved that."
Do you have anything planned in terms of future updates for Piano Tiles 2 and, if so, can you give us any details of what these might include?
"We will continue to provide updates, with a focus on creative new features and content.
"As well as adding more classical music levels, we plan to cooperate with the best musicians to bring Chinese pop music to the international stage."
Have you any plans to bring Piano Tiles 2 to any other mobile platforms, like Windows Phone?
"Piano Tiles 2 is out right now on iOS and Android, but we also have plans for a Windows Phone version. We'd like everyone to have the chance to experience our game."