Top Android APPS: Piano tiles

Well, it really is the most downloaded game for Android and iPhone. The simple, arcade-style release has players exploiting vertical-scrolling black tiles in various different manners. The notion is to tap on the correct parts of the screen as fast as you can, and that’s about the extent of the mechanisms. The “Classic” stage wants to find how quickly you can tap 30 blocks, and you are given the chance to continue for so long as it is possible to avoid the dreaded white spaces, but that’s it by “Arcade”.

Piano Tiles

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And it’s not extremely complex.

For a brief amount of time, each match of Piano Tiles just lasts like Flappy Bird. Like 2048, it's a really fundamental visual style. Additionally, it lacks any in-app purchases.

The program is performing well. Actually, more people are downloading Piano tiles 2 game on Android and iOS than Clash of Candy or Clans Crush Saga. The programmer responsible for Piano Tiles, Umoni Studio, does have an official website.

What this says about mobile gaming

For one, it could mean that big publishers have no notion what gamers really want. After all, 2048 and Flappy Bird seemed to come out of nowhere. In addition they lack a specific amount of polish and production values that their releases are often put into by mobile publishers. And smartphone owners do’t appear to care.