Cytus is a music game based in the future, where robots have taken over the world and there are only a handful of humans left. The robots see that the humans are going extinct and do not want that their memories fade away. They decide to convert human emotions into music, and store them in a place called Cytus. All the robots really want is to be able to experience human emotions and dream that they have a soul as well. Cytus has been developed and successfully released by game developed Rayark International Limited, is critically acclaimed and very popular among mobile gamers. The game has been downloaded over five million times with an astonishing rating of 4.7 out of 5 on Google Play Store and a 5 out of 5 star rating on iOS App Store. Cytus is free to download and play on Android devices and costs $1,99 on iOS devices. Playing Cytus does not require an internet connection.
Cytus consists of a lot of different chapters, which all have a different music genre. The genres can be anything from Jazz, Trance and Pop to Hardcore and Drum and Bass. Once you have selected in which chapter you would like to play, you will be able to select different soundtracks. The soundtracks in Cytus have different difficulty levels, from easy to very hard. Once you have selected the soundtrack you would like to play, the game will start.
The goal in Cytus is to follow along the Active Scan Line, which moves up and down, and tap on each note as the line passes through them. The quicker you tap on a note while the Active Scan Line passes through it, the more points you will score. You also have to time your taps accordingly, because when the line is at the center of the note, you will get a perfect score. This continues till the soundtrack is over, after which you will be able to see how well you have performed during your gameplay.
There are over ten different chapters, filled with up to a hundred and eighty levels in total. You will not have to complete a certain level, before you are able to play the next one. All of the levels in Cytus are already unlocked and playable. However, depending on which kind of device you are playing Cytus, you might need to purchase the different chapters within the game.
There is a nice statistics page in Cytus, where you can see how many easy and hard levels you already have cleared. You will also be able to see your best total score and your average responds times. If you log in with either your Twitter or Facebook accounts, you will be able to sync your progress onto the cloud, which means that you can continue playing on a different device, without having to start over.
Cytus does not have any in-game currencies, which also means that there is no in-game store where you can spend said currencies. However, depending on which device you are playing Cytus, you are able to purchase things with real money. If you play Cytus on Android devices, you do not have to pay to download the game. You also do not have to pay to be able to play in all of the chapters.
The only purchase you can make on Android devices is the “skip cool down” item for $2,49, which removes the thirty seconds that you have to wait, before you are able to start and play any level in the game. On the iOS version of the game, you will have to pay a whopping $4,99 to unlock a single chapter within the game. There are more than ten chapters in Cytus, which means that you are going to have to pay a lot of money, just to unlock and to be able to play all of those chapters.
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Cheats & Tips for Cytus
There are quite a few websites on the internet that offer cheat tools, hack tools or mods for Cytus, which can allegedly unlock each and every chapter in the game, and remove the cool down timer, all for free. The so called cheat tools are supposed to be able to modify the game files on your device, allowing you to cheat within the game. Of course, this sounds too good to be true, because it really is. There is no way that such cheat tools will ever work, no matter how many pictures or videos you have seen as proof. The websites that offer such tools are only out to scam unknowing people, lure them in and make them feel comfortable, just to make them fill in surveys. For each survey that gets filled in, the owners of those websites earn a lot of money.
People nowadays would basically do anything, just to get their hands on some cheats for their favorite mobile game. Once you have filled in a survey, you will be able to download the so called cheat tool, but you will quickly find out that you have been duped. The files that you have downloaded are nothing but empty shells, or even worse, they are some nasty viruses. Instead of wasting your time and potentially risking your computer of an infection, I will give you some tips and tricks to help you with your gameplay in Cytus.
While you are playing Cytus, you will notice that the game is littered with annoying and obstructive advertisements. These advertisements show up at random times and they have a timer, which means that you cannot tap them away, until the timer runs out. This is a big turn off from the game and really slows down the pace of the game as well. The developers do not give you an option to remove those advertisements, but luckily I know a trick that will remove any advertisement in Cytus, without paying anything.
First of all, you need to make sure that Cytus is completely closed down, and is also not running in the background. Once you have done that, you need to turn on the Airplane Mode of your mobile device. Airplane Mode disconnects you from any kind of internet connection, be it Wi-Fi or 3G/4G. After you have turned on Airplane Mode, you can start up Cytus again. You will quickly notice that there are no more advertisements in the game, due to the fact that Cytus needs an internet connection, to be able to push any kind of advertisement onto your device. Once you are done playing Cytus, you can turn off Airplane Mode, and allow your mobile device to connect to the internet again.
To be successful in Cytus, you will need to be able to focus and use both of your hands in a quick fashion. The best way to play Cytus is by using headphones, which will allow you to listen better to the beat of the songs. It is also advised to play Cytus on a mobile device with a big screen, such as an iPad, because you will be able to tap on the screen faster. If you find yourself stuck on a certain level, or you simply cannot achieve a high score, there are a lot of websites that offer walkthroughs for Cytus. The walkthroughs are easy to find, and they are in the form of videos, which show you how to properly play Cytus.
If I can be completely honest, I never heard about Cytus before I started playing it. I had no idea what kind of game I would be playing, but I was very pleasantly surprised when I found out that it was a music game. Cytus features a lot of different music genres and music tracks, which shows me that the developers spend a lot of time on designing the different sound tracks in the game. The graphics are very nice and they really fit the overall theme of the game very nicely. I never played a game like Cytus before in my life, and although I am not a music game enthusiast, I could see myself playing Cytus a lot. A very positive aspect about Cytus is that it caters to the music taste of a lot of people, due to the fact that the developers have implemented a lot of different music genres within the game. Another very positive aspect about Cytus is that there are nicely build leaderboards in the game, where you can compare your scores with other random players around the world.
Cytus is a very nicely designed game, and is rated very highly. Unfortunately, the game also has several negative aspects about it. For starters, the developers of Cytus have decided to implement a lot of advertisements into their game. The advertisements come in the form of pop-ups with timers, which show up at random times. You cannot tap the pop-ups away, because you need to wait till their timers run out. Once the timer runs out, you will be able to remove the advertisement. This form of ad-placement is very annoying and obstructive due to the fact that it really slows down the pace of the game and makes it feel like a cheap cash grab. The worst part about having so many pop-up advertisements with timers is, that if you accidently do tap on one of them, your game will be minimalized and your browser will start up. No one is waiting to get interrupted in such a way, and the developers of Cytus should really look into placing their advertisements in a better and less obstructive way.
The second negative aspect about Cytus is the fact that the items within the game are very expensive to purchase. It is well known that the developers have spent a lot of time to create Cytus. However, this does not give them the right to overcharge people with absurd costs for the different items within the game. To give an example, the game has a cool down system in it, which makes you wait for thirty seconds, before you are able to play a certain level. While you are waiting for the timer to run out, it is possible that a pop-up advertisement shows up, which only means that you have to wait longer. Of course, you can remove the cool down timer by spending $2,49 on the game. It is even worse on iOS devices, because if you have one of those, you will have to pay a whopping $4,99 to unlock a single chapter within the game. This means that you have to spend over fifty dollars, just to unlock every chapter. I don’t believe that anyone is waiting to spend that kind of money on a mobile game, no matter how entertaining the gameplay is. Instead of punishing their loyal players like this, the developers should perhaps look into implementing some kind of a reward system, which rewards loyal players.
Artwork: I give Cytus an 8/10 for its artwork. It is very refreshing to see the different style of graphics that the developers of Cytus have implemented into the game. Even though it is a bit cluttered, all the level designs are different, based on the kind of soundtrack you are listening to. I really like the fact that the developers of Cytus have taken their time, to developed and design all of the different levels, animations and special effects. The graphics and animations are combined together very nicely, and they fit the overall theme of the game. The most important part about the graphics of Cytus, is that they really fit well together with the music of the game.
Music & SFX: I give Cytus a 9/10 for its music and SFX. It is very amazing to hear all the different music genres and soundtracks, which the developers of Cytus have implemented into their game. The fact that there are more than a hundred and eighty different songs, in three hundred and sixty different variations already shows me that the developers of Cytus are very dedicated to their game. The quality of the soundtracks in Cytus are very high, and the game becomes even better when you play it with headphones on. Cytus also has many sound effects implemented in it, which are of high quality as well, and they really enhance the gameplay. In my opinion, the music and SFX in Cytus are one of the best I have ever heard in a mobile game.
Story & Originality: I give Cytus an 8/10 for its story and originality. There are quite a few music games available on both Google Play Store and iOS App Store, but I never played any of them. Cytus has been released not so long ago, but it is already the number one music game on both Android and iOS devices, which leads me to believe that people absolutely love the game. I never heard about Cytus before I started playing it, but I thoroughly enjoyed playing it as well. It is very nice and refreshing to see that there are still developers out there that come up with their own original game concepts and implement them into their games. There is a very nice backstory in Cytus, which tells you something about the robots and the last remaining human beings. I believe that the backstory really enhances the gameplay in Cytus.
General Gameplay: I give Cytus an 8/10 for general gameplay. The gameplay in Cytus starts with a small tutorial, which teaches you how to properly play the game. I think a tutorial is very much needed in a game like Cytus, due to the fact that a lot of casual gamers could get confused on how to actually start and play the game. After playing Cytus for a while, the gameplay becomes pretty straightforward, but still very entertaining to play due to the fact that there are so many different chapters and playable levels. In a game like Cytus, it is very important that the controls are smooth and responsive, and luckily they are. The user interface is pretty cluttered, but after a while you will get used to it and you will be able to navigate through the game with ease.
Addictiveness: I give Cytus a 7/10 for addictiveness. I cannot rate Cytus higher than a seven for its addictiveness, due to the fact that there are so many playtime limitations within the game. You will have to endure a lot of advertisements with timers and a lot of cool down timers, which really slow down the pace of the game. I also dislike the fact that you have to purchase each chapter separately on iOS devices, which can be very costly, especially for a mobile game.
All things considered, I give Cytus an 8/10.
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