"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 70+ high-quality songs (30 in base game, 40+ 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 200 different charts
Over 200 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.
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 1.10 GB. The current version is 1.5.0 and works well on 9.0 and high ios versions.
Cytus 1.5 update information
- Brand-new song pack "Marvelous Mix vol.1", adds 5 new songs for purchase.
- Adds 1 new song to character "ConneR"
- Additional story content
- Fix issue regarding the note size of the "Long Hold" note
- Fix display issue on iPhone X regarding JOE's song illustrations
- Bug fixes
It has a story which is interesting But locking characters behind a paywall is bs
Everything has been improved, from the graphics to the music quality and style. The story is actually shown within the game now, in a charming chat/social media format. It feels natural to read, and immersive too. THANK YOU for setting the iPhone X home bar to the right mode, so that it is less prone to accidental swipes. No other iPhone X optimised rhythm games that i know of do so. Its a great buy, the songs are very good, IAPs are a little expensive at $15, but the content does not feel locked. Though expensive, the new characters offer much more than just 11 songs. They have backstories, and each map can be played as a game. Much more than your regular 11-song iTunes album purchase but at the same price. Love the new gameplay elements added, including the flick, and longer hold note. Also speed changes — progress paywall?— the “Lv Lock” isnt explained quite well. its not a paywall. this means that you need to get each character to its mentioned level to progress the story. just level up all three free characters to progress in iM. just for those who think its a paywall... dont mind this added v1.1: The added haptics throughout the game that can be felt from the taptic engine on iPhone 7 and later creates a satisfying, tactile physical click for major notes. The varying strengths (e.g. a hard knock when a hold ends, clicky slides and a knock for swipes) are very nice to feel. This has been implemented very well, though normal tap notes don’t have a click, you’ll get used to it and because of this, the gameplay is not too clicky. This is one of the most well made rythym games i’ve played. It’s very well optimised for a satisfying and uninterrupted gameplay. I especially like the use of the taptic engine and the homebar protection on the iPhone X. ——tip for players—— if iOS controls are bugging you, (e.g. iPhone X home bar, notification centre toggle, control centre toggle) Try using the iOS feature “Guided Access” Head to [Settings/General/Accessibility/Guided Access (near bottom of list)/ON] Now, when you play any game where you want to focus, enable Guided Access by [triple clicking home] (or side button for X), tap the [Options] toggle and [allow] everything except for time limit. (well i do anyway). then press [start], and playplayplay Notifications, notification centre, the home bar/button, control centre and any other buttons / distractions are now disabled and you can now focus. You can also add a button to control centre to quickly enable GA from control centre. [Settings/Control Centre/Customise Controls/+Guided Access] Do note that notifications will be disabled so you will not be alerted to new messages etc. until GA is disabled —- This feature is intended to be used for locking your device in an app to hand over to someone and protect the rest of your content, so you are essentially “locking yourself into an app”. you’ll need to set a password to disable it because of this. your choice of what it is. If you forget your password, then you may be stuck in cyTus forever... ...or you can hard reset to break out. kek
This game is the best — if not, one of the best rhythm games out there. It combines story, drama, music and characters all into this perfectly thought out storyline. All the characters’ story lines link together perfectly, and even if you don’t purchase the add-on characters, you can still enjoy an amazing game. Not only is the story incredible, the music is wonderful and amazingly well-crafted. These songs will be stuck in your head for hours. Overall, the $3 price is worth it. Take my word, and the word of several others, if you have $3 to spare, you must get this game.
I am a huge fan of Rayark games, especially all their rhythm games. I’ve tried many, and I say many, different rhythm games, and I always come back to something from Rayark. And I’am happy to say that Cytus 2 lives up to the expectations. The most outstanding feature of this compared to all other similar games (including other Rayark games) is the story telling. I’ve never seen something like that before, and I like really enjoyed it. I’ve seen some reviews say the game can lag and can be seen as pixelated on the 12.9 inch iPad Pro, but from my experience, I’ve seen none of that (I have the 2017 edition); it works great, and it looks even better. One thing I have to point out though, and this is to all other Rayark games as well but especially this one; the DLC is simply way to expensive! $15 dollars? I doubt many people would be happy to pull that out of their wallets. People aren’t willing to pay that much price for a mobile game, not yet anyway.
I like it. I like it a lot. As a matter of fact I think rayark is a company that isn’t lazy and truly immerses their audiences in their game. The story is amazing and all these little Easter eggs make it so much more interesting. I play Sdorica and know how much u guys spend to make the game such a masterpiece. ONE PROBLEM THO!!! Is there a secret Easter egg to the like buttons on the internet or whatever it’s called because I’ve been liking all the post from the characters in game waiting for something to happen. BUT ANYWAYS THANKS FOR MAKING THIS GAME!
The pricing is so weird, also hunting down individual songs to listen to externally takes forever, could devs offer an OST?
I really enjoy these fast-paced tapping games and I think the story line really fits in well and goes smoothly, but I do think the prices of the extra characters could be a little bit more cheap, I really would love to buy them but they are so dear I have to get a $50 iTunes card :/ But overall a great fun capturing game!
This game is just so good. It works so seamless if you have the right device of course. I loved what they did with the game - forcing players to try all kinds of difficulties and characters to progress for more songs and storyline. I do feel that the characters are a bit tad expensive, $10 I feel like would be an acceptable price for me. Nevertheless, this game is worth and glorious. ....Hope you could add more stuff....Haven’t really solved the mystery behind the story yet. Either that or I’m dumb.
After all my characters are Lv10 (no dlc characters), a new message appears on the forum with the screen glitching out intentionally. Every time I tap on it, it crashes and the only way to get new songs is going through new posts. If I can't go to see the new posts because of crashes, I can't unlock new songs to progress. Essentially paying full price for half a game. I'm running a iPad Retina Display (4th Gen) on IOS 8. Other than that, this is the best rhythm game on mobile but please help!!!!
Would be 5 star if additional characters weren’t so damn expensive (15 AUD)
This is my opinion and all, but i believe the original Cytus was better. You have so many songs to choose from and you can just keep on trying them on any difficulty, there was no need to force yourself to play songs you don’t like simply to unlock songs that you MIGHT like, not to mention you will have difficulty playing songs that you don’t like, which altogether makes the game boring. I like it, but i wish it were more like Cytus.
Best rhythm game yet but one song from neko(alterna pt.1 cosmogony) by neverend ft kimi has the most irritating vocals. Can’t stand clearing them without muting the game.
This game is so cool and the music rules