Piano Tiles 2 Awarded Best Game of 2015 by Google Play in 13 Countries

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Piano Tiles 2, an original Cheetah Mobile Inc. (CMCM) mobile game, was selected by Google out of millions of apps for Google Play's Best Game 2015 award in 13 countries, including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia and India.


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Piano Tiles 2 is an arcade style mobile game which pairs classical music with quick reflexes, aimed at providing a similar experience felt by those sitting at the piano for a performance. The game was first released in July 2015 as a sequel to the viral hit, Piano Tiles (Don't Tap The White Tile,) improving on the original, while keeping all the addictive qualities. In September of 2015, Piano Tiles 2 reached the #1 spot on the free games category of Google Play store in the U.S. and the #5 spot for free games worldwide.


"It's an honor to be picked as the Best Game of 2015 by Google in 13 countries," said Sylvan Wang, Producer of Piano Tiles 2. "My team is extremely proud, but still very focused on continually making Piano Tiles 2 even better with additional songs and features."


There are currently 188 playable songs available in the game, of which nine were just added. With the availability of iOS 9 for iPhone, Piano Tiles 2 added one-tap screen recording to be able to share gameplay videos with friends. It's a feature which has been taken advantage of heavily since Piano Tiles 2 was featured by PewDiePie, one of YouTube's top video creators worldwide.


Piano Tiles 2 is available for free on Google Play as well as Apple's App Store. Be warned, however, it's a highly addictive adventure.


About Cheetah Mobile Inc.


Cheetah Mobile is a leading mobile internet company. The Company aims to provide the best apps for mobile users worldwide, while building a leading global mobile ad platform for advertisers. Cheetah Mobile had approximately 567 million global mobile monthly active users in September 2015. Its mission critical applications, including Clean Master, CM Security, Battery Doctor and Duba Anti-virus, help make the internet and mobile experience speedier, simpler, and safer for users worldwide.


The Company also provides various platform products such as Duba.com, Cheetah browser, game centers, and mobile app stores to provide multiple user traffic entry points and global content distribution channels for its business partners.


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Piano Tiles 2 is an evolution of the original

Piano Tiles 2 - capturing the operatic feeling and cadence of the music.


Canon in D, Alla Turca, Sonata in E Major are just a few songs of many I have played in Piano Tiles 2. Besides the visibly new and aesthetically pleasing color scheme, various improvements and changes have been made to the sequel we’ve been waiting for. After playing the new game for (several) hours, I compared and highlighted the differences between the two versions.


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The original Piano Tiles had multiple ways you could play such as Arcade and Zen, but Piano Tiles 2 no longer has these options and instead focuses on perfecting the game itself. Players have the option to decide which song they would like to play in the new version. Levels and songs get harder as you play on and a bonus level “Endless Rush” is added to the end of the song to challenge you. The more levels you pass, the more coins you earn to unlock songs to play.


In Piano Tiles 2, songs are now played in a continuous flow unlike in the original which only moved when tiles were tapped. This allows the song to move in a fluid manner and challenge the player to tap faster and faster.


If you’re a competitive person, you’re in luck – the new version allows you to compete with players from around the world. Hall mode require you to play multiple songs continuously and the score is based on the number of tiles hit per second. Piano Tiles 2 holds three levels of difficulty for Hall mode: Beginner, Senior, and Master.


Piano tiles 2 now has tons of classical songs, from Beethoven to Mozart, for your tapping enjoyment. If you’ve ever wanted to show off your piano skills from the convenience of your phone, Piano Tiles 2 is the app for you. Hold a recital or challenge the world today!


Piano Tiles 2, Cheetah Mobile’s new mobile game for Android follows up on the success of the original and adds even more elements to keep the addiction alive. There are now new ways to test your skills, along with a new look.


• ‘Hall’ mode lets players openly compete against each other to see who can tap the fastest–ranking among all other players around the globe. There’s no sign-in process required, so once you download the game you can start competing.
• The game also includes new music selections–from simple to nearly impossible.
Piano Tiles 2 is visually enhanced over the original, but players will still recognize the same familiar game mechanics they first fell in love with.


See more: http://pianotiles2.com/

Guides to Get High Score Coins in Piano Tiles 2

Piano Tiles 2 Don’t Tap The White Tile 2 is the next series of Don’t Step The White Tile game where in this new series, it has music to it. Be sure to play this game with the music on, as the steps will line up perfectly with the music.


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If you line up the steps with the sound, you will not even have to pay much attention to the step positions. Piano tiles 2 game, after completing a level with three stars, you will go for the second level. There, you will hit the bonus round where you can get some coins. Just tap with more than one finger at a time or you can swipe from side to side to pick them up from multiple rows.


Endless mode will get you to play the same song, but with different steps, where you will see that the speed will continually increase. When playing Piano Tilesin this mode, you can also find coins. Thus, just tap the gold tile to collect the coin. In the mean time, you will have to slide from one tile to the other, since your swipe will register on all of the black tiles and gold but it is not for the white tiles.


To get some coins, you can continue playing in the challenges. Here, your score will be compared to the overall percentage of players worldwide who have completed it. Once getting some coins, be sure to save them up to be used to unlock a whole range of new songs. Piano Tiles 2, to get more and more coins, you can replay songs that you have already beaten there. You will hear the round of applause sections as an indication for coin earning


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How To Hack The Addictive App For The Phony High Score Your Piano Tiles

Piano Tiles and Don't Tap The White Tile further prove that the most addicting apps are usually the most maddening. The gameplay is simple - only touch the black keys, in order, as quickly as you can. As the name suggests, Piano Tiles players who successfully evade the white tiles will compose a melody mirroring a modern day Beethoven or Pachelbel. Though even Für Elise can't ease the pain of players unsatisfied with their high scores. That's where Don't Tap The White Tile and Piano Tiles cheats come into play. Follow the steps below and you'll be able to hack the app for the phony score your heart desires.


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A Piano Tiles Jailbreak Cheat posted by CoastStormer reveals how to hack the app so that you can input the score of your liking within any game mode. You'll need a jailbroken iOS device and the iFile app via Cydia Bigboss Repo. Open up Piano Tiles and keep it running in the background. Then open iFile. Once in, go to Mobile - Applications - White Tile - Library - Preferences. Then open the middle file (listed as com.umonistudio.tapTile.plist) as the Property List Viewer. You'll now have access to the score fields for each Piano Tiles game mode. You can enter the score of your dreams directly into the number field. Now, close Piano Tiles, reopen it, and voila. Your new personal best reflects that you are a Piano Tiles prodigy. Watch the video below.


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Have a guilty conscience? There are Piano Tiles 2 and Don't Tap The White Tile tips and tricks to help you fine-tune your finger pattering skills. These include using two fingers, warming-up with slower paced modes, and utilizing the Rest Reminder to give your mental health a much-needed break. Another app game strategy online suggests that you remove any screen protection for optimal sensitivity to sense taps as well as putting your smartphone on Airplane Mode to avoid ad interruptions.


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