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The songs vary in genre, including pop, jazz, hardcore, classic, and more, and vary in [[difficulty]]. 
 
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In the distant future, the only sentient beings in the world are robots.
 
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The robots use these songs to experience human emotion and dream that souls exists in each of them...
 
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The storyline from then on are divided into [[Chapters|chapters]], with each of them carrying a different story of its own...
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The storyline from then on are divided into [[Chapters|chapters]], with each of them carrying a different story of its own...
   
 
==Availability==
 
==Availability==

Revision as of 14:56, March 13, 2015

  • Cytus Title Screen (version 1.0)
  • Cytus Title Screen (Version 1.2.0)
  • Cytus Title Screen (version 2.0 to 3.0.3)
  • Cytus Title Screen (version 4.0.3 - recent)
  • Cytus Title Screen (Lambda)

Cytus is a music rhythm video game developed by Rayark Inc. It currently features 158 songs and two game modes for each song. Cytus is available on iOS, Android and PlayStation Vita. The iOS version was released in January 6, 2012 while the Android version was released three months later.

  • Cytus 1.0-3.0.3
  • Cytus 4.0.3-current (iOS)
  • Cytus 4.0.4-current (Android)
  • Cytus Lambda (2.0-current)

System Requirements

iOS

Requires iOS 4.3 and up. It is said to be optimized for iPhone 5 and iPod Touch.

Android

Android 2.3 and up, 700MB+ free space in phone, CPU greater than 1GHz, RAM with 512MB and 140MB free space in RAM

PlayStation Mobile

PlayStation Network account, PlayStation Vita or PlayStation Certified Devices

Gameplay Guide

The game has an Active Scan Line system. Players tap, swipe or hold black notes as the line 'scans' up and down the screen. Hitting the notes more accurately increases the score and TP after completing the song.

The songs vary in genre, including pop, jazz, hardcore, classic, and more, and vary in difficulty

Storyline

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...

Cytus

The storyline from then on are divided into chapters, with each of them carrying a different story of its own...

Availability

The game was released to iOS users on January 12, 2012, and on Android on April 12, 2012. It was introduced to PlayStation Vita players through PlayStation Mobile on June 26, 2013. 

Cytus costs $1.99 in both iOS App Store and Google Play Store, and Lambda costs $11.99. 

Cytus is free to download on Google Play Store, following with some restrictions: countdowns, limited features (retrying a song, etc.), and users can unlock Chapters by purchasing through the game. The Million Download Plan allows free players to experience new chapters after more paid players download the game throughout all platforms. 

Up to now, Chapter 1 to Chapter 10 and Chapter S are unlocked for free. Chapter 0, Chapter K and Chapter R can be unlocked for $4.99 through IAP.

Cytus is updated occasionally, and the history can be viewed in the Update History page.

External Links

Cytus on Wikipedia

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