Meet the Piano Tiles App – The Newest Addictive Game Everyone Is Playing

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Meet the Piano Tiles App – The Newest Addictive Game Everyone Is Playing

The Piano Tiles App is the Newest Addicting Game Everyone Is Playing

There are always new hip games, especially apps, to play, and the newest is Piano Tiles 2, a music based app that requires you to hit the right tiles without hitting blank spaces. It also plays music when you hit keys, and the goal is quite simply to tap as many tiles as possible before you hit the wrong one. Much like Simon, the memory game for kids, the Piano Tiles app is addicting, somewhat frustrating, and difficult to put down once you really get going.

The app was developed by Clean Master games and is available for free download on most devices.

Gameplay

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Piano Tiles, formerly “Don’t Touch the White Tile” on Android, is a highly addictive game that requires you to use your reflexes to tap all of the black tiles. They come at different speeds and in different patterns, and on both sides of the screen, so you will have to use both hands, unless you have big hands, and you’ll have to increase your speed as you go.

For those who want inciteful or highly interesting gameplay, there isn’t any. All you do is tap tiles, and it can be pretty intense. As you keep playing and rack up more tiles, the game automatically increases the difficulty, so that you’re eventually playing very quickly.

As you hit tiles, you hear piano keys playing, but if that’s distracting, you can mute your phone or the game. This is especially important if you’re playing in public without a headset, where most people won’t want to hear random piano keys.

The best thing about Piano Tiles is that the game sounds easy, and it is, but it is difficult to rank.

Gameplay Modes

The Piano Tiles app offers many different songs that you can play out, and each have their own speed, sound, and length. You can also earn diamonds by completing songs to purchase new songs, purchase the diamonds with real money, or earn them through social activity. This allows you to keep adding different music to play, similarly to SongPop.

Pros and Cons of Piano Tiles

Piano Tiles is so easy to learn that anyone could do it which makes it a great game for anyone with reflexes. It’s also a good game for kids, who can rack up tiles until they get bored.

Unfortunately, there Isn’t much variation in the game, so if you have a short attention span, don’t see anything particularly beneficial in beating the high score of tiles, or just don’t have great reflexes, then this game is not for you.

Another great reason to play Piano Tiles is that it’s actually pretty social. If you can play with friends, it’s easy to turn sharpening your reflexes into a fun competition that has nothing to do with how much you know, how smart you are, or anything else but how fast you are.

Is Piano Tiles the best app ever? No, not really. But it is a fun way to spend a few minutes a day trying to beat your high score.

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About The Author
Katrina O'Reilly
Kat goes by her game handle MissTRex. Born in Jaynesfield Wisconsin,she is currently studying game design at Full Sail University where she will graduate in 2015. She plays games and frequently purchases, rent's and borrows new ones. Come back each week to read her new game reviews on the High Tech Society.

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