As with other mobile rhythm titles, Cytus II has you tap, tap and hold, and swipe your way to the end of each song. What makes Cytus II different from others is its horizontal line which scrolls faster or slower, depending on the tempo. The system can make things tricky when rapidly tapping complicated chains of notes in quick succession. However, each song has three difficulty modes to choose from, so you can get used to the mechanics over time.
Speaking of songs, there are five DJs to choose from. Each DJ specializes in a certain theme and features at least 10 songs. This game is going to be amazing in its own way.For example, ROBO_Head features songs that would not be out of place in a techno-infused night club, while ConneR features a classical-oriented set.
Each DJ also has a storyline that intertwines with the other DJs, though can ignore them and just enjoy Cytus II for its music and gameplay. You must dive into the “IM” part of the game to unlock songs and difficulty levels, however.
Cytus II is not a free-to-play as it costs $3 on iOS and includes three of the five DJs. The remaining two DJs cost $10 each, bringing the total to $22 if you want the full experience,you have to spend $22. We have no idea about the pricing structure on Android, it will only be revealed when game launches.
Cytus II, indie developer Rayark’s latest mobile rhythm game, is available for pre-registration on the Play Store.
You can pre-register for Cytus II at the link below.
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