Welcome to the Musical World of Cytus


Check the screenshots and you will see the most AWESOME mobile music game ever!
Just PLAY and ENJOY!


- 200 songs and 400 variations, including many from famous composers around the world

- Beautiful hand-drawn art style (as illustrated in the screenshots)

- Easy, intuitive Active Scan Line system and 3 types of notes

- Different display modes allow player-friendly previewing of notes

- Strong beat and rhythms provide satisfying feedback for taps

- More than 9 difficulty levels for more fun and challenges

- Various music genres: POP, JAZZ, TRANCE, HARDCORE, DRUM 'N BASS and many more

- Connect to Facebook and show off your Cytus skills


- Follow along the Active Scan Line
- Tap each note as the line passes through
- Time your taps as the line is at the center of the note for a higher score!


In the distant future, the only sentient beings in the world are robots.

They are the last remnant of the human spirit.

However, mankind is not dead.

Technology exists that is capable of transferring memories to these robots.

But with limited space, new memories will gradually overwrite the old.

To prevent the emotions in human memories from fading away, the robots resorted to converting the emotions to music, and storing them in a place called Cytus.

The robots use these songs to experience human emotion and dream that souls exists in each of them...

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What’s New

Version 10.0.14

Cytus 10.0.14

- Fixed the issue where some users aren't able to play the game without internet connection

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

Worth the $1.00? ,

To good to be True- Except it is.

A friend showed me VOEZ on his Switch, and that prompted me to try this. Having never played a Rayark game before, I was blown away by pretty much every aspect of this game.

From a design perspective, this is a lot more free flowing than the standard rhythm game. In many ways this plays like a smooth fusion of a puzzle game and a rhythm game. Doing well is visually rewarded by the charming and slick design of the user interface, so you do have an intrinsic reason to want to improve. To sum up the gameplay, if you grew up with Guitar Hero and DDR, this plays like nothing you have seen before.

As a final point, I’d like to point out how fairly this game is priced. Two dollars gets you almost 130 songs with no playtime limits or freemium tricks, each with multiple difficulties. Buying all the dlc runs about 35$, but boosts the song roster to 200+. I will absolutely invest in such a fair and robust product, and will be certainly watching this dev in the future.

JoelTheRater ,

Almost Perfect!

This game in most aspects is by far my favorite music/rhythm game on the App Store due to the song lineup and beautiful artwork. Each and every chapter is handcrafted with beautiful and sometimes insane songs, along with amazing drawings as covers. And there are basically songs for everyone on here, including EDM, a mix on classical music, dubstep, and even songs with lyrics (mostly Japanese). I love the addition of the secret songs, where you have to interact with the song cover in order to play the alternate version. I do however run into a big problem while playing this while lounging. Whenever I play intense songs, sometimes my hands cover up the notes, making me unable to see them as they pass through (unfortunately though, this is the nature of the game). It would also be nice to have a song favorite system, which would make it easier to play the specific songs that you might be trying to practice , or just songs that you personally enjoy. It also kind of stinks that you have to pay for some of the new albums now, even though you already paid to download the game...

RustVel ,

ITS (almost) TOO HARD!

I nearly gave up on this game.... nearly gave it 1 star in frustration. It's very challenging, even on easy. But once I got into the flow of it and I stoped crashing and burning every 2 seconds then it's a good addictive flow.

A tip: You gotta stop worrying too much when your start missing a few. And don't fixate on getting every single one down, trying to laser in on each one individually and the line going up and down crazy fast. Just get the process/flow going. You gotta keep paying attention to the order in which the orbs pop out and use the line as a guide for the timing (as well as the music, such a no-brainer but I wasn't considering that at first when I was freaking out). Then once you're in a flow you can see the order they're coming at you and you're more or less keeping up with the speed of the music and the line. Voila.

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