Arcaea 12+

New Dimension Rhythm Game


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New Dimension Rhythm Game - Experience sound and story unlike ever before.

"A harmony of Light awaits you in a lost world of musical Conflict."

In a world of white, and surrounded by “memory”, two girls awaken under glass-filled skies.

Arcaea is a mobile rhythm game for both experienced and new rhythm game players alike, blending novel gameplay, immersive sound, and a powerful story of wonder and heartache. Experience gameplay that reflects the story’s emotions and events—and progress to unlock more of this unfurling narrative.
Challenging trials can be discovered through play, higher difficulties can be unlocked, and a real-time online mode is available to face off against other players.

Arcaea does not require an internet connection for play, and is fully playable both on smartphones and tablets. On install the game includes a large library of free playable songs, and more can be made available by acquiring additional songs and content packs.

- A high difficulty ceiling - experience personal growth as you develop skills in arcade-style progression
- Over 350 songs from more than 200 artists famous across other games
- 3 rhythm difficulty levels for every song
- An expanding music library through regular content updates
- Collaborations with other beloved rhythm games
- Online friends and scoreboards
- Real-time online multiplayer
- A Course Mode that tests endurance through gauntlets of songs
- A rich Main Story that features two protagonist’s perspectives across a powerful journey
- Additional Side and Short Stories of varying styles and perspectives featuring the game’s characters that build upon the world of Arcaea
- A vast array of original characters and guest characters from collaborations to accompany you, level up, and alter your play through many game-changing skills
- Stunning, never-before-seen connections to storylines via gameplay, challenging the very paradigm of play

Two girls find themselves in a colorless world full of memory, and with no memory of themselves. Each alone, they set out into places often beautiful, and just as often dangerous.

Arcaea’s story is interwoven throughout Main, Side, and Short stories which each focus on individual, playable characters. While separate, they all share the same space: the world of Arcaea. Their reactions to it, and its reactions to them, form an ever-shifting narrative of mystery, sorrow, and bliss. As they explore this heavenly place, follow their steps down paths of glass and grief.

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What’s New

Version 5.3.1

- Chapter 1: Lost World in World Mode has been Breached
- Beyond difficulty added for 7 songs
- New free song: "The Formula" by Junk
- New Crossing Pulse song added to the Memory Archive from Shinobi Slash: "Luna Rossa" by r0y
- The fragment refresh time for refilling stamina has been reduced from 24 to 23 hours

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20.2K Ratings

20.2K Ratings

The Eye of Belial ,

The most fun I’ve had with a rhythm game

Arcaea is absolutely worth the money I’ve spent on it. Most songs have a play style that feels completely separate from the others. Levels can be incredibly difficult, but always seem to be doable. Even when they are ridiculous, the music is good enough to keep you coming back for more (I’d go as far as to say that the best music goes with the hardest songs). The game updates fairly regularly, and adds free songs, in addition to packs that you can pay for. Unfortunately, none of the free songs come close to the level of difficulty presented in the paid songs. The 3D space allows for really beautiful level design, and this translates into the song feeling amazing to play. Playing on a tablet makes the game easier, but playing on a smaller screen is still possible, even on difficult levels. In terms of improvement, I would really like to see an option to have arcs fade out instead of turn red when you mess up, like before the most recent patch. The bright red can be very distracting on more difficult levels and cause you to lose more notes. I would also like to see a way to restart levels faster, either through an option to require only 1 tap to pause, or even through a partner that has a skill that instantly restarts the level if you miss a note (for when you’re trying to full recall something). Finally, I want to see the story and characters developed more. My favorite level so far is Sheriruth. Keep up the good work!!

in to the unknown love ,

This is just what I want

I love this game so much!!! I want to master this game, so I am playing in Past, Present and Future. I know it’s hard for starters, but after I played this for literally 24 hours, I managed to master the Past and the Present. But if you want the truth.... I freaking hate Dandelion 😡😂 I played it so many times, but always end up with 1 or 2 far. 😂 I guess it’s because I played too much Present and became used to very fast and many notes. The art is also very beautiful. But what I hate the most is that the other Music Maps are not free and you have to pay the real money 💵 But I’m not going to underrate this game because of this, because there still are many other music to play.
I personally think that you should make the ‘memories’ obtainable too. Like you can get them through the World Map, or by watching videos, or something like that.
You know what?..... when I grow up a little, I’m gonna work in your studio and help you to invent many interesting games. 😂 Believe me I will be a big help. I know 5 languages, know how to draw beautifully and have many ideas for games that’s gonna help you. 😂 I’m serious 🤨🧐👍
By the way, keep up the good work.

Nowlind ,

Ipad use recommended.

Now I would not consider myself as one of those master of Rhythm Games but I play a lot of Cytus, Deemo, and Voez (All Rayark) and I get many of Full Combos, Masters on songs, ect. But this is not a game you can get those with on a small screen. Now I have an Iphone 7+ and even that is not big enough (and no I have average sized fingers). In general I love the game. Unlike most, keeps you playing to earn songs though there are only 20 you can unlock without real money (an extra 6 if I remember with the DLC songs). However this game does have it’s issues. The ‘Advanced’ Settings has it to where you can adjust the Offset of the notes. It is determined by increments of five while in the ‘Basic’ settings the Note Speed can be adjusted to all numbers and even down to one tenth if needed. I’m trying to play this game with Air Pods but with the ‘Advanced’ setting set to where it will tell you if you’re on early or late seems to always be a bit off. I hope you can manage to adjust it to a smaller degree in the future but otherwise don’t use any sort of bluetooth headphones I suppose.
I’ll give it a flat Four Stars. A lot of Rhythm Games are easier on a bigger screen but this one can handicap you to the point where it’s unplayable if you have a small screen. And of course, it’s hard to get it right in terms of the right calibration but precision is what rhythm games are all about. Try and makes it as accurate as possible if you can.

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