- This is Killerblood's first song in Cytus.
- This is one of the 26 songs that have made it into another one of Rayark Inc.'s games, Deemo.
- In the song selection screen, the song is capitalized as "The black Case".
- The background of this song's artwork is the sheet music and lyrics to "Fleur Jetée" by Gabriel Fauré.
Helpful Info, Advice and Records
- Hey, another standard 7...not really. The ending tests your coordination limits, drags accompanied with clicks. May be a nightmare for you, so practicing that works.MrGZJcool
This song is just so LOL, easy to MM this song, the only problem is the fast scan line.CBeatricia
Quite a simplistic Level 7. I'd MMed it with 98TP. Other than that, it's all about a man running away with a black case. The drag note + click notes require some coordination too, and is seen in Just A Trip too.CookiesNWaffles
Just another level 7... This song is quite normal, nothing too hard, nothing too easy.SerialNo30000324
Super easy, mastered on my first try.DropletKloud
- Like Otome, this one is quick and simple. Stay focused and work on those reflexes, and this one should come as a simple MM or even TP 100 to you.
- The toughest part of this song for a lot of people is the drag and click combination. You can either train up your coordination a lot to pull off each action individually, or you can treat the drag notes like click notes, tapping them to simulate a descending column of double notes.
- This song is quite a good mentor for harder songs. There are lots of three-note groups, hold note combinations, and simple drag patterns that get bigger and badder later down the line, so taking the time to accustom yourself to them here goes a long way.WheatyTruffles