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The interconnected internet platforms have become more substantial than any country or corporation. Humans have redefined the “net” and how we interact with it.

As technology develops, the virtual world is now capable of replacing the real one. Using a device installed behind the ear, humans can now easily sync to the virtual world.

Thus, life is now completely different than the past centuries. The center of this change is the virtual internet space –- cyTus, the world’s largest virtual city.

In the real world, it is a giant server located in the stratosphere and powered by solar energy. In the virtual world, it’s a place where 70% of the Earth’s population is living their second life.

-Cytus II's Official Website

  • Wake Up
  • Core of cyTus
  • Can You Hear Me
  • I'm Still Here
  • I Need Help
  • Weather Announcement
  • Last Countdown
  • Keep Moving On
  • "Bad Ending" Title Screen
  • Cytus II 1.0
  • Cytus II 2.0
  • Cytus II 2.3.9
  • Cytus II 3.0
Cytus II is a music rhythm video game developed by Rayark Inc.. This game is the sequel to Rayark's first rhythm game, Cytus. The game was first announced at Rayark Con 2015[1], but a full trailer was released two years later, at Rayark Con 2017[2].  Cytus II was released on iOS on January 18, 2018 while the Android version of the game was released on March 7, 2018.


"Cytus II" is a music rhythm game created by Rayark Games. It's our fourth rhythm game title, following the footsteps of three global successes, "Cytus", "DEEMO" and "VOEZ". This sequel to "Cytus" brings back the original staff and is a product of hardwork and devotion.
— Official Website

In the future, humans have redefined internet development and connections. We can now easily sync the real world with the internet world, changing life as we have known for thousands of years.

In the mega virtual internet space cyTus, there exists a mysterious DJ legend Æsir. His music has an irresistible charm; people fall madly in love with his music. Rumor has it that every note and beat of his music hits the audiences in the depths of their souls.

One day, Æsir, who had never shown his face before, suddenly announced that he will be holding the first mega virtual concert —— Æsir-FEST and will invite a top idol singer and a popular DJ as opening performances. The instant the ticket sales began, an unprecedented rush occurred. Everyone wanted to see Æsir's real face.

On the day of the FEST, millions of people were connected to the event. At one hour before the event started, the previous world record for most simultaneous connection was smashed. The whole city was on its feet, waiting for Æsir to descend from the skies...

— Opening cutscene

Game Features


Cytus II uses the same mechanics from Cytus, including Click, Drag, and Hold notes. However, three brand new types of notes were introduced: Flick Notes, Special Hold Notes, and Click Drag Notes. The player has to follow the notes on the white scan line that goes up and down the screen. The scan line can now increase or decrease its speed midway according to the beat, allowing for a more unique experience. Hitting the notes will increase score and, if accurately so, Technical Points.

Songs and Artists

Cytus II includes songs by composers from all across the world, Japan, Korea, the US, Europe, Taiwan and more. Through the characters, players get to play songs from different genres such as electronic, rock and classical.

Cytus II currently has 292 high-quality songs from various artists. Songs can be accessed by selecting different characters, each with a unique music style, or bought through the Black Market function.


Cytus II currently has 17 playable characters:

Logo Character Name Number of songs Max Lv. Max XP.
Paff Logo Paff 28 77 21900
Neko Logo NEKO#ΦωΦ 44 70 21050
ROBO Head Logo ROBO_Head 32 70 21300
Ivy's logo Ivy 40 66 18950
Crystal logo Crystal PuNK 13 30 8150
Vanessa - Color Vanessa 13 25 7000

Logo Character Name Number of songs Max Lv. Max XP.
Kizuna AI Logo Kizuna AI 10 15 4929
Miku Logo Miku 14 15 3939
Xenon Logo Xenon 16 41 10750
ConneR Logo ConneR 17 48 12700
Cherry Logo Cherry 12 39 9600
Joe Logo Joe 11 36 9300
Sagar logo Sagar 10 21 5950
Rin logo Rin 10 21 5950
Aroma Logo Aroma 11 27 7000
Nora Logo Nora 11 27 7000
Neko Logo2 Neko 11 27 6800

Level System

Every character in Cytus II has a level system to unlock new story messages, songs, and difficulties.


Cytus II has 4 difficulty levels: Easy, Hard, Chaos and Glitch, with the later two being newly introduced in the game. With 940 different charts currently featured in the game, the rich array of content suits players of different skill levels, allowing them to experience exciting challenges and enjoyment.

Chaos and Glitch are the difficulties which introduce new game mechanics apart from the ordinary ones and are more difficult in general.

Chaos: Scanline BPM changing, Flick notes, Click-drag notes.

Glitch: Teleporting scanline, More than 3 finger gameplay, dense hard-to-recognize patterns.


Main Page: Cytus II Storyline

The iM System - the game's story system, possessing rich, cinematic visual experience - will lead the players and the in-game characters to slowly piece together the story and world behind Cytus II.

The game's story is also told in OS Logs for each character.


The game was released on iOS on January 18, 2018. The Android version was released on March 7, 2018.

Cytus II is free on the iOS App Store and $1.99 on Google Play. Paff, NEKO#ΦωΦ, ROBO_Head, Ivy, Crystal PuNK and Vanessa are available for free, while Kizuna AI, XenonConneR, Cherry, Joe, Sagar, Rin, Aroma, Nora, and Neko can be unlocked for $9.99 each through IAP. 12 song packs which include songs for Paff, NEKO#ΦωΦ, ROBO_Head, Ivy and Crystal PuNK are also available at the Black Market for $4.99 each.

Miku was a limited-time character. She was only purchasable for $9.99 before May 31, 2020.

System Requirements


Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


Requires Android 5.0 or later.


On, Cytus II received an aggregate score (playscore) of 8.96 out of 10 on iOS.[3]



  1. Cytus II Teaser
  2. Cytus II Trailer
  3. Playscore for Cytus II on, Retrieved April 29, 2020

External Links

  1. Cytus II's Official Website
  2. Cytus II on the App Store
  3. Cytus II on the Play Store

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