Those of you looking for a great new game to download for your phone or tablet should definitely try out the Piano Tiles app for iPad, iPhone and Android. We do offer an instant warning though, as Piano Tiles is addictive which may not be good for your social life.
Piano Tiles has been developed by chinese developer Hu Wen Zeng and like so many other apps recently features a very simple interface and easy learning curve.
It’s all about reflexes though once you get used to the gameplay and soon you will be getting into the 100s on Piano Tiles arcade mode and wondering what the Piano Tiles high score and world record is.
It’s not an easy game though and definitely a lot more difficult than say Flappy Bird since the speed increases as you build up points. We love the gameplay concept though – simple, easy to pick up and very difficult to put down once you start getting good.
We can already see that some users have begun to discover Piano Tiles for themselves, including some who have already sent out challenges and seem confident that they can beat everyone else’s scores.
I already hate piano tiles and I've only sued it for 5minutes.
— FcukFinn (@HarriesBae) May 12, 2014
My piano tiles arcade score > anyone else's
— Mr.Pearly (@CallMeScott_) May 12, 2014
Personally, we could only get to 141 when the game already started to pick up speed to which we were having difficulty catching up. We’re sure you could do better though so let us know how you get on.
Piano Tiles is available to download now for iPad, iPhone and Android. Be aware though that there are plenty of clones that are already circulating on the stores. The Android version is actually called Don’t Tap the White Tile but it’s the same official app as Piano Tiles from Hu Weng Zeng.
What is your high score at the moment? We’ve seen some users boast scores of over 500 – can you beat that?