Difficulty Change Log
- Click notes61 on Easy (83.56%), 292 on Hard (74.30%)
- Hold notes12 on Easy (16.44%), 21 on Hard (5.34%)
- Drag notes0 on Easy (0.00%), 80 on Hard (20.36%)
Notes & Trivia
- This is Tsukasa's first song in Cytus.
- This is the shortest song in Chapter 1.
- Before the chapter system was introduced, this used to be the first song shown in the song selection screen, likely due to its simplicity.
- The song was slightly changed, but the preview remains unchanged.
The Wikians Say...
- From a 3 to a 6. Oh well. Couldn't enjoy the old chart, the new chart is more lively. This chart really tests patience for TP goers, but other than that, enjoy the song and you will enjoy the chart.MrGZJcool
THIS IS MY FAV! You wouldn't care? Okay, (=.=) Then I'd say this song is a good choice for beginners, on both difficulties. That's all!KhangND
It's good for practice foot-play (Just kidding!). This song is so easy. Good for first-time play.Mentholzzz
Much much better. Still quite easy, though. MM'ed on first try. In a moving car.DropletKloud
- Don't be fooled by this song's difficulty before 7.0, as it now proves to be quite the tricky Level 6. In particular, you should aim to study the click note patterns throughout the song, as they'll sap your TP if you don't know what you're doing.
- Slide those drags all the way! Again, don't let the click notes confuse you, especially with the six-note group to double drag transitions found twice in this chart.
- As much as I hate to recommend this, playing Stardust Sphere will improve your skills on this song a lot. Although you probably won't need it for an MM run, TP will come by a lot easier after playing this revamped Million piece.WheatyTruffles
The easiest Level 6 song, in my opinion. Make sure to get the drag notes right!Lemonize