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The latest game that’s driving smartphone gamers nuts? It’s called Piano Tiles. It’s near the top of the graphs that are iTunes, and it brings a new element to the music genre: music.

Accessible on iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones (still recorded under the name Do’t Exploit The White Tile in the Play shop), Piano Tiles reminds us of a stripped-down version of Dance Dance Revolution or Guitar Hero. In the Arcade mode, a waterfall of black keys scattered from left to right comes flying at you. Each key represents another note in a tune. The thing would be to tap the black keys, and just the keys that are black, in order, as quickly as you could. Unexpectedly patting on a key that is white can lead to a game over. Falling too far behind in the sequence will even get you ousted.

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A song will be composed by tapping through the board at the right rate. Pachelbel’s Canon and Beethoven’s Für Elise were a few songs within the game that we could identify.

Apart from Arcade mode, Piano Tiles offers Classic, which presents a set amount of tiles that you race against the clock to get through, and Zen, by which you’re given several seconds to exploit as many tiles as you can. Relay is a version on Zen mode that refreshes the clock after every 50 tiles cleared, and Rush is a variant on Arcade mode that quantifies black tiles.

Each gaming manner also offers problem modifiers, in case you desire to make things more difficult on yourself.

What’s that? Well, you’re welcome to join the fray.

Similar to what we saw at the height of the winter’s Flappy Bird craze, Twitter timelines everywhere are filling with the gripes of gamers who are swearing up and down at Piano tiles 3 (including some in language that we ca’t post here).