Cytus II

Additional Informations
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Updated: March 7, 2018
  • Requires Android: 4.4 and up
  • Installs: 50,000 - 100,000



"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.

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 descent from the skies...

Game Features:
- The unique "Active Judgement Line" rhythm game playstyle
Tap the notes as the judgement line hits them to achieve a high score. Through five different kinds of notes and the judgement line that actively adjusts its speed according to the beat, the gameplay experience is further combined with the music. Players can easily immerse themselves in the songs.

- A total of 60+ high-quality songs (30 in base game, 30+ as IAP)
The game 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 including but not limited to: electronic, rock and classical. We are confident that this game will live up to the hype and expectations.

- Over 180 different charts
Over 180 different charts designed, from easy to hard. The rich game content can satisfy players of different levels. Experience exciting challenges and enjoyment through the sensation of your fingertips.

- Explore the virtual internet world with the game's characters
The one-of-a-kind story system "iM" will lead the players and the in-game characters to slowly piece together the story and world behind "Cytus II". Reveal the truth of the story with a rich, cinematic visual experience.


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  • Cytus II
    Michael Granado Published date: March 11, 2018

    Rayark has done it again. I loved how the first one was and i really love this 2nd installment to cytus. Great graphics, good music, and a good story that unravels the more you play it. But what bumbs me out is you have to pay 10 bucks for the other characters that u can get. But its still good and adds more story and songs to the game. Thank Rayark for another great game. P.S, i wonder if you guys should do a sequal to Voez, that would blow my mind if that happened Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Aaron Biddlecom Published date: March 9, 2018

    No mere DLC masquerading as a sequel, Cytus II introduces a handful of new mechanics alongside a host of quality-of-life improvements that greatly polish the already stellar Cytus formula. The new song collections are grouped by genre, making it easy to find a track that suits your mood. My only complaint is that it's hard to go back to the original. Here's hoping that at least a "Best of Cytus Classic" makes its way to II. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Nami Tan Published date: March 14, 2018

    To be honest I love your music games. I been into it after know about Cytus then Deemo. I been looking forward for more game from Rayark and you come out with Cytus II. Overall the graphic and song perfect,but then I realize the gameplay slightly different the touch more sensitive then the first one. I don't mind pay for the song,but I hope the gameplay would be much better in future. Looking forward to see different platform game from Rayark! Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Nico Pratama Published date: March 8, 2018

    A Sequel of Cytus, version II. Great as always. Cytus I was really awesome back at that time and now this Cytus II just as awesome as 2018 rhythm games. Even the gameplay are identical, I could feel really different experience to a next level (maybe because adding flick and super long note made those a lot difference). The graphic are really awesome. I really liked the theme and all the details are really awesome. But I got an issue. I'm using Xiaomi Mi Max 2 with Snapdragon 625 but I'm experiencing frame drop when holding notes, maybe still unoptimized for android. Rayark should fix unoptimized graphic this because for mid range processor like SD 625 should not experience frame drop, at least give us an option to reduce graphic quality. The music and the charts are really awesome as always. I really enjoyed them. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    ZethStar Steven Published date: March 8, 2018

    The game itself is amazing don't get me wrong, but everytime I play it it just completely wrecks my game performance because of the effects, espescially long slide chain. So I have a request to please add in the function of disabling effects. That would improve the gaming performance on a lower-end phone way more. That aside, this game is pretty much perfect. Really catchy songs and quite a intuitive gameplay. Nice job Rayark! Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Mart Sevi Published date: March 8, 2018

    One word: ASTONISHING!!! The game is perfectly built but there are flaws also... 1. The app can't be moved into External Storage. 2. The gameplay slighly drops fps especially on the hold note. Much better if there is a gfx settings from low to high or maybe optimize the game even further. 3. The phone heats up real quick. 4. The hit sounds won't work sometimes like every 4 taps or more then the hit sound wont work then 4 taps again vice versa. That's all I can say for now. Great job on the 2nd Cytus. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Zer0plays _ Published date: March 8, 2018

    Omg I love the game! It's color and art is just amazing and the music to back it up is awesome. Now Rayark, if you really do read this please for my sake. Thank everyone on the team. They all did a great job and honestly the story is 20x better then any Last of us or triple A game out there. It's a master peice of game and I will always support you! Only complant from me is the desync of the song and notes on some songs. Which is expected because it is new to andriod but please fix (is rare to happen but it does occur) Full Review

  • Cytus II
    myon ymon Published date: March 15, 2018

    Nice game overall. Well, it's from Rayark, afterall. But, isn't the price for 1 character a bit too high? I've spent money on other Rayark games so I don't mind spending money on games. I know there's cost and needs actual effort to make songs and it's completely fine for people to pay for it but maybe, just maybe, the price is too high for the new characters/genres. Still, this is a good game. Maybe give a demo or preview for some of the songs from the locked characters at a certain time so I know what type of songs I'll be paying for. Still worth 5 stars because the base game price is really cheap and even without the paid dlc characters, the game's still amazing. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    John Smith Published date: March 7, 2018

    Absolutely amazing, really great game, definitely a great addition to the legacy of Rayark's rhythm games. Gameplay is solid, reminiscent of old Cytus with some new elements added here and there. The story is much more immersive, with multiple characters as opposed to Deemo's progression with one main character. One tiny comment though: the colours are absolutely impossible to distinguish when the bar is going up and down for colourblind me. It was easier in old Cytus with the white background, but I feel that the colours don't stand out enough against the black canvas here. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Kimberly Lim Published date: March 17, 2018

    Rayark you have done it again! Another great rhythm game that's really amped up from the first one. Great music pieces and a lot more diverse than the first game which is cool. Story telling has modernized itself which is a great touch. I just wish tap SFX worked better. I play 2 spnga and you can hear the tap at the background but later it just disappears even if I have left it on. I would also appreciate if you add a preview feature for your song packs, I wanna know what I'm buying before I buy it even if I love most of the songs in the games. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Ciara Malone Published date: March 9, 2018

    Oh. My. God. I've always been such a fan of Rayark games. They really outdid themselves. Like the characters in the sequel is such a nice addition. The notes are a little harder to follow but I do love the effects and the colors. I love how the characters each have their own unique and distinct personalities and music styling. I love the story and the music. Especially the character themes. Rayark redefined music tap games. I can tell they put so much effort and heart into their games and I've never been disappointed with them. The only thing is that it's pretty expensive to unlock some chapters. But I think in the end it's worth it. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    mari m Published date: March 11, 2018

    I gotta be honest. As an avid player of the original cytus, this one so far has been quite...lacking in the genres the original cytus once offered. Not only that but I'm reeeeaally not digging having to level up in order to unlock more songs. I preferred having an open library like in Cytus and choosing to play whatever song I wanted whenever, not because I was inhibited by a level barrier that I needed to pass to get new songs. This game's strengths are its visuals and aesthetics so far and that's about it for me. I'm still waiting for an iconic piece of music cytus provided. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Michael Mirabal Published date: March 9, 2018

    The game is beautiful, has awesome music and it's way better than the first game. What you guys did here is remarkable! The only thing I'm sad about is that it has no vibration. The vibration is what made me felt that i was actually pressing each circle and had more feel to the game. Please bring the Vibrations back! It really feels great when you play like that. 🙁 Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Toxic Mayhem Published date: March 13, 2018

    Cytus 2 good job so far, the game is. Totally affordable for the first part, I don't like having to purchase more chapters, cause I'm not well funded. But for Cytus, I will. Even if it ain't the best decision. It's worth it in my book. This rhythmic music game is astounding, with it's interactive story, cool characters and music used to define their imaginative existence, and the plot of Cytus two. It's wonderful, it truly is, and I'm glad there is more. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    AlViPat VanKleiss Published date: March 13, 2018

    Cytus II is a far better improvement from the first game. Story wise, It has a unique way to tell you the plot. Shortly w/o spoiling. It tells you stuff with a reddit like forum called the iM (Expect reading and visual). Gameplay wise, it has the same up n down style like first one, but also with the addon like VOEZ. It has no performance degradation whatsoever! It runs so smooth . And Graphic wise, it has huge improvement. Really depicts the cyber theme so accurately with the improved sfx as well. So far great, but I think 1 character/album price is a bit much. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Kilara SX Published date: March 13, 2018

    So we thought that Rayark found it with Cytus and that game was definitely a masterpiece. It's an artform in and of itself and we were truth blessed. But nothing, and I repeat nothing prepared us for the godly entity that is Cytus II. Beautifully crafted music? Got it. Flashy and gorgeous graphics? Got it. Competitive leaderboard? Yup. Kawaii anime illustrations? Dear god yes! My only gripe is that I really didn't want to spend my pizza money buying song packs but was it worth it? I don't regret not eating pizza last weekend. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Dalandan Published date: March 17, 2018

    Been waiting for this and now it's here. Rayark did a very Good Job on this one. The Improvement on the Graphics with the SFX is truly Magnificent. The Price for it was really worth it but could you please give us, who Pre-Reg'ed a little bit of reward? Like a Trial for all the other Albums like Xenon, ConneR & Cherry? The other Albums are a bit Pricey but I think it's worth it. Good Games like these needs to be Supported for further Improvements. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Marinella Lanot Published date: March 11, 2018

    Great improvement from the original Cytus!!! I really liked the new UI and the songs are great, it's like Voez and Cytus combined. I just noticed the same with the other reviews that my phone heats up while playing the game. Then it impacts my game as it lags.This never happens in original Cytus. Probably needs optimization. Btw, I'm using Sony Xperia Z5. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Jason Kung Published date: March 12, 2018

    It's really a good game, but if possible please make some old charts to have different patterns rather than just copy back again from Cytus. And I noticed that the notes lacked the song quite some, not sure only my problem or what.Thanks😁 Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Erik Isip Published date: March 7, 2018

    Great game works on Nexus5x w/ 4core patch. Feels like a console/arcade game rather than a mobile game very well made. Initial launch though was kinda slow took a solid 2-3mins I thought it wasn't going to work. It also crashed the first time but was able to play it afterwards did 3 songs no worries so far. If I could suggest though it would be nice if we could change the tap fx to different sounds that we could pair to different songs or customize different tap fx for single press, swipe, and hold. You could even charge for that feature. Anyways good game. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Faiz Kamal Published date: March 16, 2018

    Really enjoyable game. I play all of rayark game, and this game is a good one compared to cytus (1), because finally they made flexible line speed (hard and chaos) and a good plot twist story. If you're cytus's fan, no need to ask just buy it. If you're new, you don't need to play the old cytus to play this sequel game, but i recommend you to play both tho. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Miguel Anthony Published date: March 13, 2018

    Rayark has once again blown expectations. The soundtrack is great, the difficulty is fine tuned for casuals and pros, and the new design is sleek and clean. The only nitpick I have is the price of additional tracks. $10 for 10 songs. I still give this game 5 stars and I will buy because I know Rayark does not disappoint but it is something to be aware of. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Josh Rath Published date: March 19, 2018

    From what I played, Cytus 2 is a great sequel. It's easy to learn gameplay, while still being a challenge to master. Plus, the music is upbeat and constantly changing it up with different genres. However, my main complaint about the game is the pay-wall. I have no problem with paying for a phone game, especially if it's made by a company like Rayark. But, this game just came out and it already has IAP/DLC. When I pay for a game I expect the full experience right a way, not a paywall asking me for 5x the price for 1/3 of the gameplay. Especially, for a phone game. Otherwise, the gameplay that is there is solid and definitely worth your $2. As for the IAP's, I'd wait for a price drop. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Christopher Wi Published date: March 11, 2018

    I have been an avid fan since the humble beginnings of Cytus, way back when, before the million downloads chapter. I must say, this game stays faithful to it's predecessor, and even excels in some aspects. I am wholly and truely amazed by this game. The first Cytus had very interesting lore, but it was buried deep within the gameplay and you would have to search specifically for it. In this game, the story is intertwined with the gameplay, and develops as you play more. Chapters are now swapped out for individual character story arcs. I love the spunky group of characters, whose character development is shown through social media posts. The gameplay itself is fluid and it makes sense. The graphics are absolutely out of this world. As you play, the screen explodes with color as you race to beat your hi-score. Long story short, I love this game. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    A B Published date: March 7, 2018

    Some notes fail to register on my Galaxy Note 4 device. In addition, I've had a crash right after enabling the file access permission, but a reboot solved it. The writing is pretty interesting so far, by the way. Overall, once the bugs get sorted out, it'll be a solid five. As a side note, it'd be neat to get a "performance mode" option for the lower-end/older phones, kind of like Implosion's multiple graphic options. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Kwazi4 Published date: March 15, 2018

    I love this game. Enjoyed it so much and can't help but wish you guys to create a music album for this. Buying all the other characters was worth it, and Cherry's songs instantly became my favorite. I do hope you guys could update the rest of the story in Cherry's part though :) but I will wait for that to happen, hopefully soon. Thank you for creating such a wonderful game, as what I expected from creators of Deemo and the previous Cytus I. All in all, the whole game is fantastic and U would definitely recommend it to anyone <3 ^_^ Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Isaac Mok Published date: March 13, 2018

    I love the characters' distinct personality and the banter between them. I think this is what makes the game more interesting than the previous game. There's just one problem. I have to go through the tutorial every time I open the game. I have to turn on cloud save before I can retrieve my previous data. Can you please fix this asap? Thanks Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Jensen Published date: March 14, 2018

    Honestly, Rayark outdid themselves on this one. I really thought they were done with Cytus but out comes Cytus II with some added mechanics and an visual/ aesthetic overhaul. My only gripe would be the 10$ iap but tbh those seem worth the money. Thank you Rayark for improving my fav rhythm games. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Nicholas Lam Published date: March 9, 2018

    Great game that expands on the original Cytus. The new graphics look amazing and improve the clarity of the game in comparison to the original. The story is also very immersive and interesting. My only gripe is that the DLC is a steep price of $9.99 for only 10 extra songs. But I definitely got my $1.39 out of the content that comes with the base game. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Nasha Azarine Published date: March 10, 2018

    Not sure if this is a bug or not, but the sound fx doesn't work if I move from one character to another (ex: I played ConneR's song with sound fx on and it works, but after that I tried playing Xenon's and the sound fx doesn't work). It also stops working after I played like 5 songs in a row. I don't know why, please fix it🙇‍♀️ otherwise it's an awesome game as usual Rayark! Keep up the good work. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Julian Lopez Published date: March 13, 2018

    The game is amazing just like the first Cytus! I can't wait to keep discovering new songs and having fun but there's just one problem: frame drops. I'm currently using a Nexus 6 and I get frame drops while playing the songs (probably because of the particle effect). I hope a solution can be found for be frame drops and I'll update to 5 stars immediately!!! Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Joshua Anading Published date: March 9, 2018

    This game has stepped up in terms of its gameplay mechanics, visual effects and interactive storyline! I relished the implementation of simulating online messaging and communication; making me feel as if I was a part of the storyline! I'm duly impressed with how each character's personality is displayed by their preference in music styles- one such character I'm reeled to is Paff since I'm partial towards her type of genre. :p My online issue is how steep the price is to unlock the other 3 characters.... I was ready to spend extra for the sake of experiencing the other genres. Perhaps tone down the price just a tad bit? C: Other than the affordability of the other characters, I'm satisfied with what Rayark has created! Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Robert Reynolds Published date: March 8, 2018

    Honest to goodness, I have tears of joy and this huge grin on my face. Cytus has somehow evolved from it's previous state of godhood, and has blessed us all with absolute beauty. On a less sappy note, BUY THE CHARACTERS FIRST THING. Holy smokes the story and realism are so engaging, kinda like a bunch of friends in a cyberpunk manga about music 👍 absolutely fantastic work Rayark! Full Review

  • Cytus II
    imabooterfly Published date: March 13, 2018

    Responsive and smooth (on my Note 5), clean UI, really cool presentation, and I like how the genres of music are represented by characters. Super worth purchasing and I can say the extra characters/song packs are worth it too. Gonna be playing this one for a long time and chase those S ranks! Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Brin Prince Published date: March 7, 2018

    It is more beautiful than I imagined! I already bought all the new characters!! There seems to be a small issue though. I payed for my characters on my Tablet, I turned on the Cloud so the progress could transfer to my phone, but unfortunately, I cannot play Xenon, ConneR, or Cherry on my phone, even if it is synced. It transferred the progress and not my characters, and when I click on them, it tells me I already bought them. What do I do? Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Dinda Lutfia Published date: March 12, 2018

    Oke this second version of Cytus is totally mesmerizing. But why do I have to buy a level when I already bought the game? Its pretty harsh. And to be honest its better to high priced the game than the level, because it will be more worth to buy than the level in the game. I'll give you 5 stars because I'm still proud of you Rayark. Thanks. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Francis Nash Jasmin Published date: March 8, 2018

    You've done it again Rayark, a refreshing kind of rhythm game that made it much more than the first. Though I wish for future updates with free new songs to play because the IAP songs are expensive! Overall, still got that magic like the first Cytus and interesting setting. Full Review

  • Cytus II
    Jenalyn Sindo Published date: March 8, 2018

    I love everything about it, from the first view of the game. You already hit on us with the tutorial for the new gameplay, new controls. The UI is very amazing and beautiful! Can't wait to hear all the new compiled music. I'll have to save some money also for the three premium characters. Thank you for releasing it in Android! Full Review

  • Cytus II
    dude dude Published date: March 15, 2018

    Ive been a long fan of cytus and when i saw cytus 2 i immediatly bought it. However for some reason i am not able to play the game... whenever i open it, it just keeps on a black screen.. i was only able to play it once and it was awesome! I wish i could play it more tho since its what you would expect for any game (plus if you paid!) Anyways keep up your amazing work i love your games so much and im sure this issue can be fixed Full Review

  • Cytus II
    SniffyPlayz Published date: March 12, 2018

    It's amazing. I kinda worried for the flick notes at first but NOPE, it works great. It maybe just me but I feel the slide note is more responsive than original cytus. The issues I have with game is that it feels a little but grindy to gain songs, but on the bright side, it delivers the story smoothly. Also the dlc is expensive, huh. Welp, all in all, an amazing game Full Review