» The Best Rhythm Games Collection for android
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Rhythm games have been around for a long time. Who can forget the days of Dance Dance Revolution? We saw a huge spike in popularity with games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero as well. As it turns out, there is plenty of the genre on mobile as well. Here are the best rhythm games for Android!
Give It Up!
The game combines outstanding features of platform and rhythm genres and makes itself the best of both world. Give It Up! features 18 exciting stages with original soundtrack which changes dinamically during the game.
SongArc has a unique and ergonomically designed gameplay that is easy to learn but difficult to master. The game will be fun playing on any Android devices. SongArc features lots of genres – from rock, pop, hip-hop, electro, ska, jazz to even the classics. You can create and share your own ways to play.
Cytus is one of a few rhythm games on Android that are developed by Rayark International. This game features 200 tracks with over 400 total variants across nine difficulties. This one takes a break from the standard DDR-style and instead makes you tap notes as they pass through the line. Unlike many games in this space, Cytus has a story line that you can follow and play through. You can purchase more songs and song packs as in-app purchases.
Dynamix is a hardcore music game for mobile. Dynamix introduces a new style of music rhythm game. Its triple-dropping track design provides a more rhythmical and varying play styles. You will feel like composing a song while playing the game. The first release version of Dynamix includes more than 20 Hong Kong original songs.
Deemo is the second of three rhythm games on this list developed by Rayark. No, it’s not a sponsored list. These devs just do good work. Deemo contains a lot of similarities to Cytus. You’ll be able to play through a story line. The game is anime themed and contains interesting game mechanics. This one comes with 40 free tracks in story mode and you can purchase more as in-app purchases in the form of song packs. It’s not quite as massive as Cytus, but it’s still pretty good.
Take your guitar and rock all around the world, delivering presents in the Merry Christmas Stage Sled with the help of the Reindeer Band! Test your skills in this amazing music game, with incredible versions of the best known Christmas Carols. Santa Rockstar features 5 different stages with astonishing soundtracks, and a lot of guitars, picks, pedals and amps to boost your performance.
Music And Beat (O2Jam)
I love this game. The skin helps you with your eye hand coordination and also helps you with texting if you text a lot the only thing is is I wish you could give us more discs faster. That’s the only thing I would improve but otherwise the game is the best game I ever downloaded.
Zyon is the one and only game released by developer AQUATRAX. Like many rhythm games on this list, this one features anime-themed content. Instead of dealing with a step lane like normal rhythm games, you’ll have a number of buttons around the screen that you’ll need to hit. The game will give you 30 tracks for free, three difficulties, and Google Play Games leaderboards and achievements. It’s a bit different, but it’s still a ton of fun.
If we missed any of the best rhythm games for Android, tell us about them in the comments!