10. Opening our list of the Top 10 Best Android Rhythm Games is Just Dance Now
If you’re drooling over Ubisoft’s newest Just Dance game, then calm your console-less self because they’re delivering the dance party experience right to your fingertips. You’re still gonna a need an internet-connected screen, though, but that’s a small price to pay for the mobile experience. This rhythm game gives you access to over 200 of this generation’s best music. Gallop to the funky beats of Psy’s Gangnam Style, Groove to Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk, and show off your sexy side with LMFAO’s I’m sexy and I know it. All that, and so much more! Plus there’s no limit to how many people you can play with. Doesn’t matter if you dance by yourself, or if you share your experience with 500 other people–making it one of the most enjoyable party games on the market. Doubling as a cardio machine, burn those pesky calories using its handy health kit function and watch them all melt away. It’s fun, functional, and just like your potential belly, it has a PlayScore of a flat 8.
9. Give It Up! 2
In the mood for some literally killer beats? Then Give it up is just the game for you. Mixing the complexity of rhythm and the challenge of platformers, time your actions with the beat of the music, or risk squishing the lonely blob out of existence. There’s more challenges to come as you bounce your way towards platforms, avoid spikes, and collecting stars along the way.
Unlike most games, you won’t be picking difficulties at the start. Instead you’ll choose them throughout the game, jumping on multi-colored platforms that will skyrocket you to new heights. With the addition of star levels, this sequel adds even more replayability to the mix, letting you explore different levels and looking out for hidden areas. While this newest sequel from Invictus borders on the almost impossible, keep your head unbowed, and don’t give it up. It’s rhythm violence in action, and it’s fun as hell. Frequently frustrating, but fun nevertheless. It has a PlayScore of 8.09.
8. Geometry Dash Meltdown
Now for one of the most popular rhythm platformers on the mobile. Geometry Dash makes a move towards bass-filled electronic beats. Meltdown brings in the heat with three action-packed levels, played to the tune of F-777’s glorious soundtracks. Geometry Dash separates itself from other platformers, letting you glide through the air on rockets, defy the laws of physics, race against a horde of dragons and so much more. It’s exciting variety will make every playthrough an eye popping experience. Listen carefully to the music, and use your reflexes to guide your four-sided hero through each of their patience-testing levels. Sharpen your skills in practice mode, and savor the victory of beating your own highscores. You can even collect coins and keys to unlock icons and colors to customize your geometric character. It’s not as content-filled as their premium games, but Meltdown delivers players with a free introduction to the crazed world of this geometric action. It has a PlayScore of 8.35.
7. Beat da Beat
Feel the rhythmic chaos of bullet hell with this outrageous shoot-em up from Moscow’s very own Nekki.
Watch projectiles pulsate to the heart-thumping dubstep beats, as you avoid as much as them as possible while sneaking a few shots at the enemy. Other than the introduction of musically timed bullets, it plays much like any bullet hell shmup. It doesn’t punish you for moving out of tune, or for missing a significant beat. With his girlfriend unfairly abducted by an alien race, help him get his revenge by destroying their entire fleet.
Get on your ship and navigate through skill-based levels and their touching story of rescue and survival–all told in an artistic pixel fashion, complete with classic arcade aesthetics. The game lets you choose from four different difficulties. Show those aliens who’s boss in Badass mode, or start off in casual mode and learn the ropes of the genre. It has a PlayScore of 8.44.
Step inside a dark musical fantasy from one of the masters of the Rhythm genre. An enhanced port of the PlayStation Vita game of the same name, Rayark’s second rhythm game boasts the same level of polish and challenge as their widely acclaimed predecessor, Cytus. Along with their trademark backdrops and enjoyable gameplay, they take a turn into the macabre as you guide a young girl named Alice through a mysterious labyrinth, accompanied by the eponymous Deemo. Serenaded and comforted by the skeletal figure, you’ll soon unravel a tale of both friendship and loss that will haunt every soft soul out there.
They have an excellent selection music from all around Asia, and some familiar song from their previous hit. Bask in fantastic music, heart-wrenching storylines, and atmospheric backdrops with a PlayScore of 8.44.
In Rayark’s latest rhythm game, follow the story of six high schoolers as they try to pave their own way to international stardom. Not to be won over by the pull of mediocrity, these high schoolers are willing to do the impossible to reach their dreams. Attend every band practice, and hone their individual skills until they become the best in their fields.
Unlike the dark colors of their previous game, Voez interface shines like the brightness of their main character’s optimism. Revel in their pastel colors and illuminating backdrops as you tap the diamonds to the tune of their glorious hits. It’s dazzling, energetic, and a total improvement on their formula. And, to top all of that, the game also has one of the most extensive library of songs from a variety of genres. Tap and swipe to trance, electronic, and pop songs from Hong Kong, China, and more. It has a PlayScore of 8.45.
4. Size DOES Matter
Let’s just ignore the elephant in the room, and say there’s absolutely no sexual innuendo in that title at all. Because at least for this action game, it really does. In this BAFTA-winning title, Maneuver your brick through the different colored gates, and make sure you got the rhythm right. Simple enough right? But with progressively faster music, and more outrageous transformations to undergo, it’s only gonna get harder from there. Rhythm-based as it is, you don’t really need to tap to the beat. Just make sure you’ll fit through the next gate, or lose everything to the void. Slide up and down, squeeze in and stretch out in their neon colored environments that will put Gaspar Noe to shame.
It’s packed with the best electronic music ever, including some songs from one of Hotline Miami’s composers. It has a PlayScore of 8.47.
3. Lost in Harmony
Embark on two emotion-fuelled tales of love and hope in a rhythm game that will rock your very core. It’s one of the genre’s most loved gems, taking you on a rollercoaster ride through tragedy, hope, and freedom. Follow the two stories of the star-crossed Kaito and Aya, as they skate along roads and cityscapes; and the robot M.I.R.A.I, in his effort to escape his dark fate. Their stories continue to unravel as you conquer each stage, packed with a variety of rhythm-based mechanics. Jump over obstacles, crash through stars, and tap buttons, in time with all their somber tunes. Collected from some of today’s best composers, jam to the music of Wyclef Jean, Onoken, Godspeed Vivix, and so much more.
With beautifully animated stages, well-thought out narratives, as well as enjoyable gameplay, it’s an overall masterpiece that anyone can enjoy. It has a PlayScore of 8.66.
2. My Singing Monsters
Create your own monstrous orchestra with this game’s adorable talents. Starting off with a quiet island, go in search for the land’s musical monstrosities and fill your world with the beautiful sound of music. With hundreds of instruments to choose from, the possibilities are endless. Get yourself a saxophonist and make some jazzy tunes, or fill the air with the magnetism of rock and roll. However way you roll, this game can definitely help achieve your songwriting dreams.
Explore themed islands, find your song, and share it for all the world to see. For the artistically inclined, you can even decorate your island with the game’s collection of zany decors. Breed, feed, and collect! It has a PlayScore of 8.66.
1. And the best Android Rhythm Game is Cytus,of course.
Any self-respecting fan of the genre will probably say the same thing. The first of Rayark’s collection of award-winning rhythm games, Cytus promises to give its players a brand new experience in audio-visual entertainment. And it does so, every single time. A port of their PlayStation Vita title, this mobile version has brought all the beloved elements of the original: stunning hand-drawn backdrops, intuitive game design, and punishing yet rewarding stages. Travel to a distant future, when music is our last connection to an almost forgotten humanity.
With 200 songs from varying genres, rekindle the splendor of emotions using pop, jazz, and hardcore tunes. Show off your tapping skills in 9 difficulties, and share your highest scores online. With excellently designed controls, and responsive feedback, it’s, more than anything, a game that will truly test your skill and endurance. That’s why it’s the best rhythm game on the Android, with a PlayScore of 8.78.
You can download all the above games from GooglePlay