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Cheetah Mobile’s Piano Tiles 2 tops Google Play’s US free game rankings

October 20, 2015|Press Release

Piano Tiles 2 avoids sophomore slump, becomes the 5th-most downloaded free game worldwide on Google Play in September

 Cheetah Mobile Inc. (NYSE: CMCM) has another hit game on its hands with the September success of its addicting Piano Tiles 2 music game. According to the latest numbers from mobile analytics platform App Annie, Piano Tiles 2 achieved the #1 spot on the free games category of Google Play store in the US and the #5 spot for free games worldwide last month.

The original Piano Tiles (Don’t Tap the White Tile) reached massive success with over 300 million total downloads. Piano Tiles 2 stays faithful to the magic of the previous version while also adding competitive Hall mode, an improved design, and a nearly endless amount of new songs, including original tunes and classic favorites.

“One of the things I love about the new Piano Tiles 2 is playing Hall mode, a feature which lets me compete against others around the world—it’s addictive,” said Sylvan Wang, Producer of Piano Tiles 2. “While developing the sequel we were extremely focused on keeping the game fun, above all else. Reaching the top of the US free games category and seeing tens of millions of users enjoying a game which promotes classical music really validates those efforts for us.”

Over 635,000 Google Play users have rated the game 5-stars, resulting in an average rating of 4.6 stars for the app. Users also love sharing their top scores, especially after the video of Piano Tiles 2 from YouTube’s biggest star, PewDiePie. iOS 9 users playing the game also recently gained the ability to record their gameplay directly inside the app with a single button for an even easier way to share their experience.

Piano Tiles 2 is available for free on Google Play and the App Store. What are you waiting for? Get tapping!

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