We all already know about the default “Arcade” mode in Piano Tiles. The rules are simple: Just keep pressing on the black tile as fast as you can as they race down to the bottom of your screen.
Piano Tiles, problem is these black tiles are sandwiched between three white tiles in random order. Your job is to make sure you don’t touch these or your game is over in Piano Tiles. Miss a black tile and the game ends as well. Remember, the speed increases as the game goes on, so be on your toes (or fingers!) on this one!
Classic piano tiles game modes
Then there’s the “Classic” mode. For those of you racing gamers out there, you’ll understand this to be similar to a “time trial”. The goal is to click or tap 50 tiles in quick succession – the speed or rate of the tiles as they fall never changes. The key here is finishing in the quickest time possible. The lower the time, the higher the score.
Next up is Arcade Mode. In this mode, the screen scrolls automatically, and you have to hit the black keys before they disappear off the bottom.
This mode is the most fun and challenging mode if you ask me! Me and my girlfriend have beaten each others records many times in Piano Tiles 2 game and we think Arcade is the best. What’s your personal best in Arcade? Let me know in the comments below!
“Zen” mode is essentially the reverse. The objective this time round is to tap as many black tiles as you can in a span of 30 seconds. This is fun for those who want to prove to each other who has that eagle-claw reflexes. The more black tiles you tap, the higher your score.
“Rush” mode is for those who find “Arcade” mode a game for snails. The chase is definitely on as the black tiles descend your screen much, much faster. This mode will definitely leave you gasping for air. Not for the faint of heart!
Relay piano tiles high score
“Relay” mode is where this game gets a bit crafty. The object of the game is to keep alive by reaching the checkpoint of 50 tiles. Reach this in 10 seconds and you play on for another 10 seconds. The game goes on until you can no longer complete the 50-tile count in the prescribed time.
And there you have it, the five modes of Piano Tiles 2 that will definitely keep the game fresh – and keep you playing.