Free mobile piano game
Music Tiles 3 is a mobile game developed by Amanotes, one of the known music game publishers. It is a free-to-play piano game where players can virtually tickle the ivory. It has familiar gameplay requiring the players to tap the black tiles and avoid hitting the white ones.
However, unlike other similar titles, such as Piano Tiles, Music Tiles 3 features music sung by popular artists today. Moreover, it plays the original recorded song and not just piano instrumentals whenever you start tapping. There is also an online multiplayer mode available where you can compete with other players.
How do you play Music Tiles 3?
As mentioned, Music Tiles 3 plays the same way as other piano games. Players need to tap the black piano tiles and avoid the white tiles—which are actually gradient in color—to keep the music playing. The goal is to reach the end without hitting the white tiles. At the end of each round, you will earn points on how well you tap the tiles.
What sets the game apart from the other titles is its music selection. As noted, the songs here are popularized by new artists. Not only that but Music Tiles 3 plays the original soundtrack—complete with voice and accompaniment. It does not only play piano sounds whenever you tap the ivories. While the upbeat sound can hype you up, this does not give the game a realistic piano simulation feel.
Another thing that makes Music Tiles 3 unique is its online multiplayer mode. Players have the option to play with random players or arrange a match with their friends. There is also an online ranking, but it requires you to log in using your Facebook account. Note, however, that only the first two songs are readily available. The rest requires you to watch ads for you to play them.
A mix of old and new
Overall, Music Tiles 3 puts your usual free music game in a new package. It has the same game mechanics, but it features modern songs. It also offers multiplayer battles, so you can see how you fare against other players. It does not play real piano music, however. Instead, what you will hear are the original soundtracks. With this, you might not get a real piano playing experience.