"Cytus II" is a music rhythm game created by Rayark Games. It's our fourth rhythm game title, following the footsteps of three global successes, "Cytus", "DEEMO" and "VOEZ". This sequel to "Cytus" brings back the original staff and is a product of hardwork and devotion.
In the future, humans have redefined internet development and connections. We can now easily sync the real world with the internet world, changing life as we have known for thousands of years.
In the mega virtual internet space cyTus, there exists a mysterious DJ legend Æsir. His music has an irresistible charm; people fall madly in love with his music. Rumor has it that every note and beat of his music hits the audiences in
the depths of their souls.
One day, Æsir, who had never shown his face before, suddenly announced that he will be holding the first mega virtual concert —— Æsir-FEST and will invite a top idol singer and a popular DJ as opening performances. The instant the ticket sales began, an unprecedented rush occurred. Everyone wanted to see Æsir's real face.
On the day of the FEST, millions of people were connected to the event. At one hour before the event started, the previous world record for most simultaneous connection was smashed. The whole city was on its feet, waiting for Æsir to descent from the skies...
- The unique "Active Judgement Line" rhythm game playstyle
Tap the notes as the judgement line hits them to achieve a high score. Through five different kinds of notes and the judgement line that actively adjusts its speed according to the beat, the gameplay experience is further combined with the music. Players can easily immerse themselves in the songs.
- A total of 150+ high-quality songs (50+ in base game, 70+ as IAP)
The game includes songs by composers from all across the world, Japan, Korea, the US, Europe, Taiwan and more. Through the characters, players get to play songs from different genres including but not limited to: electronic, rock and classical. We are confident that this game will live up to the hype and expectations.
- Over 300 different charts
Over 300 different charts designed, from easy to hard. The rich game content can satisfy players of different levels. Experience exciting challenges and enjoyment through the sensation of your fingertips.
- Explore the virtual internet world with the game's characters
The one-of-a-kind story system "iM" will lead the players and the in-game characters to slowly piece together the story and world behind "Cytus II". Reveal the truth of the story with a rich, cinematic visual experience.
Cytus II will perform a connection authentication for its In-app purchases from time to time.
If you discover during the authentication period that your IAP was lost due to your device not connecting to the internet,
please make sure your device is connected to the internet. Afterwards, click "Restore Purchases" to recover your IAP.
※ This game contains mild violence and vulgar language. Suitable for users age 15 and above.
※ This game contains additional in-app purchases. Please purchased base on personal interest and ability. Do not overspend.
※ Please pay attention to your game time and avoid addiction.
※ Please do not use this game for gambling or other illegal purposes.
The applications Cytus II was published
in the category Games on 2018-01-17 and
was developed by Rayark International Limited.
The file size is 1.61 GB.
The current version is 2.0.0 and works well on
9.0 and high ios versions.
Cytus II 2.0 major update
** Cytus 7th anniversary update, rich free content added**
- Adds new character "Ivy". Starting from the ruins located deep inside the forbidden area, guides players to unveil the mysterious truth of season 1's main storyline.
- Adds over "12" new songs for free
- Brand-new puzzle-solving elements. Unlock key articles and explore the crucial story bits.
- Adds the BACKUP_DATABASE system. Relive every key incident you encountered during the story's progression.
It’s Cytus. What else can I say other than what others have said? Just remember to check for discounts on characters and song packs for maximum experience.
Everything is great. The art is stunning, the gameplay never gets boring, the story is intriguing, you want to read everything, you want to play everything. You can’t go wrong with this game. All of this content for such a low price is a steal. All of the expansion packs and characters are worth it as well. 10/10 would buy again.
Cheap for the first 30-50 songs. (They added some new songs recently) However after you’ve completed the first 4 free chapters you’ve got to pay $10 per character what has around 12-15 songs. Right now they have 50% discounts for a few characters and I bought the Cherry character pack and no regrets. The game is addictive, easy to play but hard to master like literally some songs are insane with notes popping out on corners of your screen making it seem impossible to get all perfect notes. Anyways it’s a pretty decent game. It is quite expensive yes if you want to buy every character (maybe around $62 as of right now?) I’m not sure if they will add new free characters or discounts in the future but I’m looking forward to it. Rating 4/5⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Restoring purchases do not work.
Rayark, I’ve been meaning to play your rhythm games for a while now, and if the rest can even manage to be half as good as this, I’m in for a huge treat! This truly is one of the best rhythm games I’ve ever played, with songs and difficulties for every mood! Keep the DLC coming by the way!!! Even though I’m poor, I’ll still shell out money to make this experience even bigger than it already is! <3 (Side note: Even if you don’t buy any of the DLC, there is still a TON of content with frequent free updates as well! Easily worth 10 bucks imo, but they’re charging 2!!!)
This game is incredible, probably my favorite rhythm game of all time. Awesome music, cool concept, runs like a dream. If you’re interested in the story at all though, you should know that the game is riddled with grammar and syntax errors which makes it kind of hard to take the game seriously. Devs, if you read this, please consider hiring someone whose native language is English to write your dialogue!
If you couldn’t tell Cytus is a rhythm game. It’s loads of fun, but the $10 paywalls for each artist are just ridiculous. If you have money you want to get rid of, pay the $40 dollars for the full game. (As of July 16, 2018) [The more dlc they release, the more money adds up] >EDIT< This is one of the best rhythm games I’ve ever played. I literally play it every day. You HAVE to get it. It’s well worth the money.
WHY IS THIS NOT AN ANIME IF IT IS TELL ME this game is amazing and beautiful I just wish there were more fast pace levels where the line moves faster idk just a thought ethic way this game is amazing and worth the money if there’s an anime about it I would totally watch it the story line just from the opening is beautiful and I love the way this game is going
This is THE best game available on the App Store. If you enjoy games like osu or are looking for a good story play this. The music is great and has a ton of content.
Not that it ever left in the first place. I’ve been an avid fan on Cytus since it was released way back, before it even had chapters, and still love it to this day as my favorite mobile rhythm game. Now we have Cytus II, which doesn’t make too many changes to the base formula, while adding a Twitter like story telling element and different characters to level up. I love it, and would love to give it a full five star rating, however even on newer devices like the 2017 iPad, along with the older 6s+, the game has a bit of frame rate issues. I’d say a stable frame rate is a high priority for a rhythm game and the old Cytus held perfectly across all devices. I’d also like to add that the new notes are very flashy, perhaps a little too much so. It’s a bit distracting and unless they’re just images, they’re probably one of the causes of the frame rate problems. It would be nice to see an option for less flashy notes, and frame rate stabilization. The IAPs this time around a bit more pricey. Besides that, I can see this game delivering many hours of fun and can’t wait to see it grow and improve! 2.0 Update really helped the frame rate in the menus and when using grouped mode but it still has some stutter on the 2017 iPad. As I’d rather not buy a whole new iPad, I’m still keeping my hopes up that there will be some kind of an option or update that’ll help the performance out. I play the hardest difficulty generally and that’s where it lags the most, and where it hurts the most. I look forward to future improvements and hopefully a smoother experience down the line.
I love this game and it has a great selection of songs and gameplay. However the DLC prices are ridiculous. Far to expensive and story content is locked behind them. 15 dollars (Australian) for a new character is crazy expensive for a mobile game when you consider the fact I can buy a brand new game on PC for that price. I’d love to rate this game 5 stars but the DLC practices are very scummy and EA like
The best music game I have ever played
For the most part, I expect no less from Rayark. Their games have often been more often than not, quite intriguing and narratively creative when it comes to its games, Cytus II is no exception. From my first time playing this, I didn't expect much to come of my $3 spent, and as a casual player, boy I was surprised. Over the course of several months, with the first 3 characters alone, I have managed to reach quite a turning point in the storyline, all through the semi-immersive medium of social media in a cyberpunk modern era. There is actually more to it than Paff, Neko and Robo_Head. If you're willing to pay (sadly) less than ideal amounts of money for perhaps 10-12 new songs and (most importantly) a deeper story, then by all means, pay $16 or wait for sales, I daresay it's almost worth such an inflated markup for an IAP. And to make things better, they added a new character to the storyline, another IAP branching off from Neko, and the songs are diverse, replay ability is magnificent - and to top it off: Rayark's done itself and the community a solid, Cheers.
I’m loving this game, the story is something I’ve never seen from a rhythm game ever and yeah it’s really cool. The game play is unique and the difficulty leveling is fair and gives the player a real chance. The tutorial is sharp and to the point, I hate long tutorials that just keep on going and going but Cytus’s tutorial makes sense and raps it up very quickly The only thing I’m a bit annoyed about is the fact that you pay for the game so you shouldn’t have to pay $8-15 to unlock the other characters.
I think the prices on the DLCs are actually not bad because you are pretty much paying for songs. Also you put the 2.0 Character for free so, tHANK yOu sO MucH!
Beautifully designed game and wonderful story telling, the dlc are expensive but quite worth it. Colin has the best songs but Nora has one of the best standalone chapters giving backstory for Robo. There are more and more dlc characters that are $15 each so if you get ALL the content, it’s well over $100.
This game is simply the best. I can’t stop playing super fast chaos songs! Please add more super fast 13-15’s. Thank you!!
It’s the best game I ever played in my whole life, but I hope the levelling up system can be easier. When I reached about level 35, I already finish all of the song, include easy, hard and chaos, and I have to play the same song to level up.
I have all the dlc’s and I score relatively high on chaos and I’m in love with the story, but can you please increase the xp gain for chaos levels? It’s really tedious having to play easy and chaos levels that pose absolutely no challenge for the sake of continuing the story ! You really feel the tediousness in Xenon and Paffs chapters. Other then that thank you for this amazing game I hope to see Graff.J soon !
Phenomenal, well worth the money. Possibly my favourite game I've played on my phone, ever.
Title says it all, game is spectacular, and endless hours of fun. My only complaint is so much of the content being locked behind a paywall, and the total cost of the add ons being so high (totaling $65) but even with this in mind, it's still a great deal of fun with just the core content. Love the game, can't wait for the switch version!
This game is amazing and honestly it will probably be the best 2 bucks you could ever spend
\NEKO/ \NEKO/ \NEKO/
The gameplay and music are great! What you get for the base purchase is an amazing value. The story is also fun to follow along with or ignore if you’re not into it. Honestly, can’t wait to buy this game again on switch when it inevitably hits that console.
I enjoy the rhythm, songs and stories. I may be a bit spoiled that Spotify offered music for cheap whenever I see the price for additional songs and side content. Xenon and Connor are good. Check on other sites if you like the songs before paying the characters. Make sure to have earphones or Bluetooth to speaker or else you won’t hear the music. I wished the story was done but the company is updating the game, not behind the pay wall.
If you’re wondering whether or not to download this game, here’s my advice: IT IS WORTH SO MUCH MORE THAN $1.99 I was one of the first players to download the original Cytus back in 2012. I’ve maxed out almost every score (I’m looking at you Freedom Dive) and it remains one of my favorites to this day. When I heard that Cytus 2 had been released, I’ll admit that I was skeptical. I mean, it looked totally different. Character select instead of chapters? Five note types?! Varying song speeds?!? Three modes of difficulty per song?!?! I trust Rayark, though, so I dished out my $1.99 (the original was $6.99) and opened the app. I currently have PAFF, NEKO, and RoboHead up to lvl 25. Here’s my take: —> The design is much cleaner and aesthetically very pleasing, in a futuristic sense. It appeals to the inner artist, and the sound system is superb! • The game mechanics are much more refined. The black background make the notes show up a lot more clearly, and it’s easier to figure out the timing thanks to indicators on the notes. • The scoring system has advanced A LOT. You can now tell when you’re on track to a Million and a Full Combo, and can gauge your accuracy (TP) in real time. • The two new note types (yellow hold and swipe) along with the speed shift make the more difficult songs very enjoyable to play. The complexity makes for a bit more of a challenge, and I’m having fun learning how to sense the new tricks the game throws. —> As far as the story goes, Cytus 2 is much more in depth than the original and, to some degree, it is interactive. • The IM messages tell the story as you level up the characters, giving you some control over what order it appears in. • The chatroom-esque design of the IM posts is familiar and well-organized, making it easy to understand and relate to. • The ‘lock’ events, and the ‘like’ system make you feel like you’re IN the game instead of playing it. —> For the veteran, there are a TON of connections to the original Cytus. • I’ve picked up hints of Saika, Green Eyes, Codename: Zero (in a song called Codename: Gamma,) Q, Spectrum, and Halcyon. I’m sure there are others, too. • “L” is explicitly mentioned in a character’s post, directly linking the two games and distinguishing Cytus 2 as a sequel rather than a remake. • More of a personal note here, but I would recommend replaying the story of Cytus and listening to all of the songs at least once. The hidden connections are so fun to find! Kudos to Rayark for making an amazing sequel to an amazing game. I look forward to the rest of the story!
I don't play games on my phone. I have a consoles for that. I've never found an iPhone game that I'm not bored of after a couple of days... Until Cytus II. I've tried Cytus I and it was ok but this game... I mean I like almost every song, the graphics are cool and make me feel like a wizard when I'm playing, the plot is actually super intriguing (although still on a cliffhanger until more updates are released), and overall it's just so cohesive and fun. I started out playing this at basically zero experience with rhythm games, and after practice (and switching to playing with my index fingers) I can now get 1 Million on some Chaos level songs. I even listen to the songs on YouTube when I'm not playing. It's so good. The DLC characters are expensive (great songs though!) but the base game is a STEAL.
Got this because i thought it was an Osu clone, which it sorta is. I’m still gonna actually try the game. But the fact characters that cost $10 just seems absurd. The game already costs money so why are they putting in more things that cost even more?
I remember playing the first one on my ps vita and immediately falling in love with it. Sadly they took it off the store soon after.
I remember playing the first one on my ps vita and immediately falling in love with it. Sadly they took it off the store soon after.