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    Piano Tiles (known on iOS as Piano Tiles – Don't Tap the White Tile and on Android as Don't Tap the White Tile)[1][3] is a single-player mobile game launched on March 28, 2014 by Umoni Studio, specifically by creator Hu Wen Zeng. The game contains six modes; these modes are Classic mode; the Arcade mode; the Zen mode; the Rush mode; the Arcade+ mode (which includes the Bomb, Lightning, Bilayer, and Double tiles); and the Relay mode.[1] In late-April 2014 the game was the most downloaded application on both the iOS and Android platforms.[3] In early July it was released for Windows Phone. Piano Tiles Don't Tap the White Tile promo art.png Developer(s) Hu Wen Hung Cheetah Mobile Umoni Studio [1] Platform(s) iOS, Windows Phone Release March 28, 2014 [2] Genre(s) Arcade Mode(s) Single-player A sequel, Piano Tiles 2, was created by Hu Wen Zeng and launched by Cheetah Mobile on August 19, 2015. Gameplay Modes Spin-Offs References External links Last edited 2 months ago by an anonymous user RELATED ARTICLES Cheetah Mobile Groove Coaster 2011 video game Piano Tiles 2 Videogame Wikipedia Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless. MobyGames Search games, credits, companies... Games Forums Contribute Join our Discord to chat with fellow friendly gamers and our knowledgeable contributors! Report Advertisement 1000 Words Main Credits Screenshots Reviews Cover Art Promo Art Releases Trivia Hints Specs Ad Blurb Rating Systems Buy/Trade 1000 Words BREW Front Cover [0 more | add cover] Published by Gameloft S.A. Developed by Gameloft Divertissements Inc. Released Oct 19, 2004 Platforms BREW, J2ME Genre Puzzle Perspective Side view Visual Fixed / flip-screen Gameplay Word construction Setting Classical antiquity Description 1000 Words is a word puzzle game set in ancient Greece. A young apprentice of Xerxes gets the opportunity to leave the peasant life and take a stab at gold and glory by challenging mythical figures and gods. The gameplay is based on anagrams. Games start with a mix of six letters used to construct words of different length. Letters are selected by moving an arrow-shaped cursor. When a word is formed, points are awarded, a meter fills up, and new letters appear on the tablet. Next to the story mode, the three game modes can also be played in the Quickplay mode: Classical: find as many words of different length as you can before time elapses. 6-Letter Challenge: find the 6 letter word in a given number of tries. Evolution: find words of specific length before time runs out. While playing, players can earn bonuses that provide additional time or freeze it, guess a word for the player, or shuffle the letters. The player can also receive penalties from his opponent. These empty the bonus gauge, mirror the letters or even hide them. Bonuses become available by discovering the six-letter word multiple times, and penalties arrive when it takes too long to form a word. There is a high score screen for each mode and a tutorial explaining the basics. The game offers sound effects and music, along with an overview map in the quest mode, and pre-game screens where the opponents offer some pearls of wisdom. [edit description] Screenshots 1000 Words J2ME Winning screen 1000 Words J2ME Starting a new game. The pillars represent the bonus gauges. 1000 Words J2ME Three-letter word found 1000 Words J2ME Post-game statistics [6 more | add screenshots] Promo Images There are no promo images for this game [add promo images] Part of the Following Group Genre: Word / Number Puzzle - Anagram Puzzle User Reviews There are no reviews for this game. [review game] Critic Reviews GameSpot J2ME Sep 15, 2005 6.9 out of 10 69 [add review] Forums There are currently no topics for this game. [new thread] Trivia There is no trivia on file for this game. [add trivia] Contributed to by Sciere (608593) J2ME Credits Executive Producer: Samir El Agili Studio Manager: Ben Mattes Producers: Mathieu Beaulieu, Stefan Zamfir Artists: Justin Cyr, Charlotte Niedzviecki, Yannick Belzil, Randy Van Der Vlag Lead Programmers: Mathieu Boisvert, Alexandre P. Normand Programmers: Eric Lajeunesse, Sébastien Hivon, Charles Gagnon, Vassine Riahi, Jean‑François Roux, Xavier Guilbeault, Viorel Grigore Munteanu, Bogdan Vasu, Adrian Rendivc Composer : Mathieu Vachon Writer: Alexis Green‑Painchaud Reviser: Alexis Green‑Painchaud QA Manager: Jean‑Claude Labelle QA Lead: Costel Apopii‑Bucur Quality Assurance: Benjamin Goulet [complete credits] Report Advertisement MobyGames Home FAQ Standards API Contact What's New New Games Game Updates New Reviews New Companies Changelog Stats Top Games Bottom Games Top Contributors Database Stats Most Wanted Community Patrons Forums Discord Twitter Facebook BECOME A PATRON TO HELP SUPPORT THE MOBYGAMES PROJECT The oldest, largest and most accurate video game database covering over 270 platforms from 1950 to date! MobyGames™ Copyright © 1999-2020 Blue Flame Labs. All rights reserved. Terms of Use. Privacy Policy. "Henshin a go-go, baby!"Piano Tiles (known on iOS as Piano Tiles – Don't Tap the White Tile and on Android as Don't Tap the White Tile)[1][3] is a single-player mobile game launched on March 28, 2014 by Umoni Studio, specifically by creator Hu Wen Zeng. The game contains six modes; these modes are Classic mode; the Arcade mode; the Zen mode; the Rush mode; the Arcade+ mode (which includes the Bomb, Lightning, Bilayer, and Double tiles); and the Relay mode.[1] In late-April 2014 the game was the most downloaded application on both the iOS and Android platforms.[3] In early July it was released for Windows Phone. Piano Tiles Don't Tap the White Tile promo art.png Developer(s) Hu Wen Hung Cheetah Mobile Umoni Studio [1] Platform(s) iOS, Windows Phone Release March 28, 2014 [2] Genre(s) Arcade Mode(s) Single-player A sequel, Piano Tiles 2, was created by Hu Wen Zeng and launched by Cheetah Mobile on August 19, 2015. Gameplay Modes Spin-Offs References External links Last edited 2 months ago by an anonymous user RELATED ARTICLES Cheetah Mobile Groove Coaster 2011 video game Piano Tiles 2 Videogame Wikipedia Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless. MobyGames Search games, credits, companies... Games Forums Contribute Join our Discord to chat with fellow friendly gamers and our knowledgeable contributors! Report Advertisement 1000 Words Main Credits Screenshots Reviews Cover Art Promo Art Releases Trivia Hints Specs Ad Blurb Rating Systems Buy/Trade 1000 Words BREW Front Cover [0 more | add cover] Published by Gameloft S.A. Developed by Gameloft Divertissements Inc. Released Oct 19, 2004 Platforms BREW, J2ME Genre Puzzle Perspective Side view Visual Fixed / flip-screen Gameplay Word construction Setting Classical antiquity Description 1000 Words is a word puzzle game set in ancient Greece. A young apprentice of Xerxes gets the opportunity to leave the peasant life and take a stab at gold and glory by challenging mythical figures and gods. The gameplay is based on anagrams. Games start with a mix of six letters used to construct words of different length. Letters are selected by moving an arrow-shaped cursor. When a word is formed, points are awarded, a meter fills up, and new letters appear on the tablet. Next to the story mode, the three game modes can also be played in the Quickplay mode: Classical: find as many words of different length as you can before time elapses. 6-Letter Challenge: find the 6 letter word in a given number of tries. Evolution: find words of specific length before time runs out. While playing, players can earn bonuses that provide additional time or freeze it, guess a word for the player, or shuffle the letters. The player can also receive penalties from his opponent. These empty the bonus gauge, mirror the letters or even hide them. Bonuses become available by discovering the six-letter word multiple times, and penalties arrive when it takes too long to form a word. There is a high score screen for each mode and a tutorial explaining the basics. The game offers sound effects and music, along with an overview map in the quest mode, and pre-game screens where the opponents offer some pearls of wisdom. [edit description] Screenshots 1000 Words J2ME Winning screen 1000 Words J2ME Starting a new game. The pillars represent the bonus gauges. 1000 Words J2ME Three-letter word found 1000 Words J2ME Post-game statistics [6 more | add screenshots] Promo Images There are no promo images for this game [add promo images] Part of the Following Group Genre: Word / Number Puzzle - Anagram Puzzle User Reviews There are no reviews for this game. [review game] Critic Reviews GameSpot J2ME Sep 15, 2005 6.9 out of 10 69 [add review] Forums There are currently no topics for this game. [new thread] Trivia There is no trivia on file for this game. [add trivia] Contributed to by Sciere (608593) J2ME Credits Executive Producer: Samir El Agili Studio Manager: Ben Mattes Producers: Mathieu Beaulieu, Stefan Zamfir Artists: Justin Cyr, Charlotte Niedzviecki, Yannick Belzil, Randy Van Der Vlag Lead Programmers: Mathieu Boisvert, Alexandre P. Normand Programmers: Eric Lajeunesse, Sébastien Hivon, Charles Gagnon, Vassine Riahi, Jean‑François Roux, Xavier Guilbeault, Viorel Grigore Munteanu, Bogdan Vasu, Adrian Rendivc Composer : Mathieu Vachon Writer: Alexis Green‑Painchaud Reviser: Alexis Green‑Painchaud QA Manager: Jean‑Claude Labelle QA Lead: Costel Apopii‑Bucur Quality Assurance: Benjamin Goulet [complete credits] Report Advertisement MobyGames Home FAQ Standards API Contact What's New New Games Game Updates New Reviews New Companies Changelog Stats Top Games Bottom Games Top Contributors Database Stats Most Wanted Community Patrons Forums Discord Twitter Facebook BECOME A PATRON TO HELP SUPPORT THE MOBYGAMES PROJECT The oldest, largest and most accurate video game database covering over 270 platforms from 1950 to date! MobyGames™ Copyright © 1999-2020 Blue Flame Labs. All rights reserved. Terms of Use. Privacy Policy. "Henshin a go-go, baby!" Piano Tiles (known on iOS as Piano Tiles – Don't Tap the White Tile and on Android as Don't Tap the White Tile)[1][3] is a single-player mobile game launched on March 28, 2014 by Umoni Studio, specifically by creator Hu Wen Zeng. The game contains six modes; these modes are Classic mode; the Arcade mode; the Zen mode; the Rush mode; the Arcade+ mode (which includes the Bomb, Lightning, Bilayer, and Double tiles); and the Relay mode.[1] In late-April 2014 the game was the most downloaded application on both the iOS and Android platforms.[3] In early July it was released for Windows Phone. Piano Tiles Don't Tap the White Tile promo art.png Developer(s) Hu Wen Hung Cheetah Mobile Umoni Studio [1] Platform(s) iOS, Windows Phone Release March 28, 2014 [2] Genre(s) Arcade Mode(s) Single-player A sequel, Piano Tiles 2, was created by Hu Wen Zeng and launched by Cheetah Mobile on August 19, 2015. Gameplay Modes Spin-Offs References External links Last edited 2 months ago by an anonymous user RELATED ARTICLES Cheetah Mobile Groove Coaster 2011 video game Piano Tiles 2 Videogame Wikipedia Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless. MobyGames Search games, credits, companies... Games Forums Contribute Join our Discord to chat with fellow friendly gamers and our knowledgeable contributors! Report Advertisement 1000 Words Main Credits Screenshots Reviews Cover Art Promo Art Releases Trivia Hints Specs Ad Blurb Rating Systems Buy/Trade 1000 Words BREW Front Cover [0 more | add cover] Published by Gameloft S.A. Developed by Gameloft Divertissements Inc. Released Oct 19, 2004 Platforms BREW, J2ME Genre Puzzle Perspective Side view Visual Fixed / flip-screen Gameplay Word construction Setting Classical antiquity Description 1000 Words is a word puzzle game set in ancient Greece. A young apprentice of Xerxes gets the opportunity to leave the peasant life and take a stab at gold and glory by challenging mythical figures and gods. The gameplay is based on anagrams. Games start with a mix of six letters used to construct words of different length. Letters are selected by moving an arrow-shaped cursor. When a word is formed, points are awarded, a meter fills up, and new letters appear on the tablet. Next to the story mode, the three game modes can also be played in the Quickplay mode: Classical: find as many words of different length as you can before time elapses. 6-Letter Challenge: find the 6 letter word in a given number of tries. Evolution: find words of specific length before time runs out. While playing, players can earn bonuses that provide additional time or freeze it, guess a word for the player, or shuffle the letters. The player can also receive penalties from his opponent. These empty the bonus gauge, mirror the letters or even hide them. Bonuses become available by discovering the six-letter word multiple times, and penalties arrive when it takes too long to form a word. There is a high score screen for each mode and a tutorial explaining the basics. The game offers sound effects and music, along with an overview map in the quest mode, and pre-game screens where the opponents offer some pearls of wisdom. [edit description] Screenshots 1000 Words J2ME Winning screen 1000 Words J2ME Starting a new game. The pillars represent the bonus gauges. 1000 Words J2ME Three-letter word found 1000 Words J2ME Post-game statistics [6 more | add screenshots] Promo Images There are no promo images for this game [add promo images] Part of the Following Group Genre: Word / Number Puzzle - Anagram Puzzle User Reviews There are no reviews for this game. [review game] Critic Reviews GameSpot J2ME Sep 15, 2005 6.9 out of 10 69 [add review] Forums There are currently no topics for this game. [new thread] Trivia There is no trivia on file for this game. [add trivia] Contributed to by Sciere (608593) J2ME Credits Executive Producer: Samir El Agili Studio Manager: Ben Mattes Producers: Mathieu Beaulieu, Stefan Zamfir Artists: Justin Cyr, Charlotte Niedzviecki, Yannick Belzil, Randy Van Der Vlag Lead Programmers: Mathieu Boisvert, Alexandre P. Normand Programmers: Eric Lajeunesse, Sébastien Hivon, Charles Gagnon, Vassine Riahi, Jean‑François Roux, Xavier Guilbeault, Viorel Grigore Munteanu, Bogdan Vasu, Adrian Rendivc Composer : Mathieu Vachon Writer: Alexis Green‑Painchaud Reviser: Alexis Green‑Painchaud QA Manager: Jean‑Claude Labelle QA Lead: Costel Apopii‑Bucur Quality Assurance: Benjamin Goulet [complete credits] Report Advertisement MobyGames Home FAQ Standards API Contact What's New New Games Game Updates New Reviews New Companies Changelog Stats Top Games Bottom Games Top Contributors Database Stats Most Wanted Community Patrons Forums Discord Twitter Facebook BECOME A PATRON TO HELP SUPPORT THE MOBYGAMES PROJECT The oldest, largest and most accurate video game database covering over 270 platforms from 1950 to date! MobyGames™ Copyright © 1999-2020 Blue Flame Labs. All rights reserved. Terms of Use. Privacy Policy. "Henshin a go-go, baby!" Piano Tiles (known on iOS as Piano Tiles – Don't Tap the White Tile and on Android as Don't Tap the White Tile)[1][3] is a single-player mobile game launched on March 28, 2014 by Umoni Studio, specifically by creator Hu Wen Zeng. The game contains six modes; these modes are Classic mode; the Arcade mode; the Zen mode; the Rush mode; the Arcade+ mode (which includes the Bomb, Lightning, Bilayer, and Double tiles); and the Relay mode.[1] In late-April 2014 the game was the most downloaded application on both the iOS and Android platforms.[3] In early July it was released for Windows Phone. Piano Tiles Don't Tap the White Tile promo art.png Developer(s) Hu Wen Hung Cheetah Mobile Umoni Studio [1] Platform(s) iOS, Windows Phone Release March 28, 2014 [2] Genre(s) Arcade Mode(s) Single-player A sequel, Piano Tiles 2, was created by Hu Wen Zeng and launched by Cheetah Mobile on August 19, 2015. Gameplay Modes Spin-Offs References External links Last edited 2 months ago by an anonymous user RELATED ARTICLES Cheetah Mobile Groove Coaster 2011 video game Piano Tiles 2 Videogame Wikipedia Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless. MobyGames Search games, credits, companies... Games Forums Contribute Join our Discord to chat with fellow friendly gamers and our knowledgeable contributors! Report Advertisement 1000 Words Main Credits Screenshots Reviews Cover Art Promo Art Releases Trivia Hints Specs Ad Blurb Rating Systems Buy/Trade 1000 Words BREW Front Cover [0 more | add cover] Published by Gameloft S.A. Developed by Gameloft Divertissements Inc. Released Oct 19, 2004 Platforms BREW, J2ME Genre Puzzle Perspective Side view Visual Fixed / flip-screen Gameplay Word construction Setting Classical antiquity Description 1000 Words is a word puzzle game set in ancient Greece. A young apprentice of Xerxes gets the opportunity to leave the peasant life and take a stab at gold and glory by challenging mythical figures and gods. The gameplay is based on anagrams. Games start with a mix of six letters used to construct words of different length. Letters are selected by moving an arrow-shaped cursor. When a word is formed, points are awarded, a meter fills up, and new letters appear on the tablet. Next to the story mode, the three game modes can also be played in the Quickplay mode: Classical: find as many words of different length as you can before time elapses. 6-Letter Challenge: find the 6 letter word in a given number of tries. Evolution: find words of specific length before time runs out. While playing, players can earn bonuses that provide additional time or freeze it, guess a word for the player, or shuffle the letters. The player can also receive penalties from his opponent. These empty the bonus gauge, mirror the letters or even hide them. Bonuses become available by discovering the six-letter word multiple times, and penalties arrive when it takes too long to form a word. There is a high score screen for each mode and a tutorial explaining the basics. The game offers sound effects and music, along with an overview map in the quest mode, and pre-game screens where the opponents offer some pearls of wisdom. [edit description] Screenshots 1000 Words J2ME Winning screen 1000 Words J2ME Starting a new game. The pillars represent the bonus gauges. 1000 Words J2ME Three-letter word found 1000 Words J2ME Post-game statistics [6 more | add screenshots] Promo Images There are no promo images for this game [add promo images] Part of the Following Group Genre: Word / Number Puzzle - Anagram Puzzle User Reviews There are no reviews for this game. [review game] Critic Reviews GameSpot J2ME Sep 15, 2005 6.9 out of 10 69 [add review] Forums There are currently no topics for this game. [new thread] Trivia There is no trivia on file for this game. [add trivia] Contributed to by Sciere (608593) J2ME Credits Executive Producer: Samir El Agili Studio Manager: Ben Mattes Producers: Mathieu Beaulieu, Stefan Zamfir Artists: Justin Cyr, Charlotte Niedzviecki, Yannick Belzil, Randy Van Der Vlag Lead Programmers: Mathieu Boisvert, Alexandre P. Normand Programmers: Eric Lajeunesse, Sébastien Hivon, Charles Gagnon, Vassine Riahi, Jean‑François Roux, Xavier Guilbeault, Viorel Grigore Munteanu, Bogdan Vasu, Adrian Rendivc Composer : Mathieu Vachon Writer: Alexis Green‑Painchaud Reviser: Alexis Green‑Painchaud QA Manager: Jean‑Claude Labelle QA Lead: Costel Apopii‑Bucur Quality Assurance: Benjamin Goulet [complete credits] Report Advertisement MobyGames Home FAQ Standards API Contact What's New New Games Game Updates New Reviews New Companies Changelog Stats Top Games Bottom Games Top Contributors Database Stats Most Wanted Community Patrons Forums Discord Twitter Facebook BECOME A PATRON TO HELP SUPPORT THE MOBYGAMES PROJECT The oldest, largest and most accurate vPiano Tiles (known on iOS as Piano Tiles – Don't Tap the White Tile and on Android as Don't Tap the White Tile)[1][3] is a single-player mobile game launched on March 28, 2014 by Umoni Studio, specifically by creator Hu Wen Zeng. The game contains six modes; these modes are Classic mode; the Arcade mode; the Zen mode; the Rush mode; the Arcade+ mode (which includes the Bomb, Lightning, Bilayer, and Double tiles); and the Relay mode.[1] In late-April 2014 the game was the most downloaded application on both the iOS and Android platforms.[3] In early July it was released for Windows Phone. Piano Tiles Don't Tap the White Tile promo art.png Developer(s) Hu Wen Hung Cheetah Mobile Umoni Studio [1] Platform(s) iOS, Windows Phone Release March 28, 2014 [2] Genre(s) Arcade Mode(s) Single-player A sequel, Piano Tiles 2, was created by Hu Wen Zeng and launched by Cheetah Mobile on August 19, 2015. Gameplay Modes Spin-Offs References External links Last edited 2 months ago by an anonymous user RELATED ARTICLES Cheetah Mobile Groove Coaster 2011 video game Piano Tiles 2 Videogame Wikipedia Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless. MobyGames Search games, credits, companies... Games Forums Contribute Join our Discord to chat with fellow friendly gamers and our knowledgeable contributors! Report Advertisement 1000 Words Main Credits Screenshots Reviews Cover Art Promo Art Releases Trivia Hints Specs Ad Blurb Rating Systems Buy/Trade 1000 Words BREW Front Cover [0 more | add cover] Published by Gameloft S.A. Developed by Gameloft Divertissements Inc. Released Oct 19, 2004 Platforms BREW, J2ME Genre Puzzle Perspective Side view Visual Fixed / flip-screen Gameplay Word construction Setting Classical antiquity Description 1000 Words is a word puzzle game set in ancient Greece. A young apprentice of Xerxes gets the opportunity to leave the peasant life and take a stab at gold and glory by challenging mythical figures and gods. The gameplay is based on anagrams. Games start with a mix of six letters used to construct words of different length. Letters are selected by moving an arrow-shaped cursor. When a word is formed, points are awarded, a meter fills up, and new letters appear on the tablet. Next to the story mode, the three game modes can also be played in the Quickplay mode: Classical: find as many words of different length as you can before time elapses. 6-Letter Challenge: find the 6 letter word in a given number of tries. Evolution: find words of specific length before time runs out. While playing, players can earn bonuses that provide additional time or freeze it, guess a word for the player, or shuffle the letters. The player can also receive penalties from his opponent. These empty the bonus gauge, mirror the letters or even hide them. Bonuses become available by discovering the six-letter word multiple times, and penalties arrive when it takes too long to form a word. There is a high score screen for each mode and a tutorial explaining the basics. The game offers sound effects and music, along with an overview map in the quest mode, and pre-game screens where the opponents offer some pearls of wisdom. [edit description] Screenshots 1000 Words J2ME Winning screen 1000 Words J2ME Starting a new game. The pillars represent the bonus gauges. 1000 Words J2ME Three-letter word found 1000 Words J2ME Post-game statistics [6 more | add screenshots] Promo Images There are no promo images for this game [add promo images] Part of the Following Group Genre: Word / Number Puzzle - Anagram Puzzle User Reviews There are no reviews for this game. [review game] Critic Reviews GameSpot J2ME Sep 15, 2005 6.9 out of 10 69 [add review] Forums There are currently no topics for this game. [new thread] Trivia There is no trivia on file for this game. [add trivia] Contributed to by Sciere (608593) J2ME Credits Executive Producer: Samir El Agili Studio Manager: Ben Mattes Producers: Mathieu Beaulieu, Stefan Zamfir Artists: Justin Cyr, Charlotte Niedzviecki, Yannick Belzil, Randy Van Der Vlag Lead Programmers: Mathieu Boisvert, Alexandre P. Normand Programmers: Eric Lajeunesse, Sébastien Hivon, Charles Gagnon, Vassine Riahi, Jean‑François Roux, Xavier Guilbeault, Viorel Grigore Munteanu, Bogdan Vasu, Adrian Rendivc Composer : Mathieu Vachon Writer: Alexis Green‑Painchaud Reviser: Alexis Green‑Painchaud QA Manager: Jean‑Claude Labelle QA Lead: Costel Apopii‑Bucur Quality Assurance: Benjamin Goulet [complete credits] Report Advertisement MobyGames Home FAQ Standards API Contact What's New New Games Game Updates New Reviews New Companies Changelog Stats Top Games Bottom Games Top Contributors Database Stats Most Wanted Community Patrons Forums Discord Twitter Facebook BECOME A PATRON TO HELP SUPPORT THE MOBYGAMES PROJECT The oldest, largest and most accurate video game database covering over 270 platforms from 1950 to date! MobyGames™ Copyright © 1999-2020 Blue Flame Labs. All . of Use. Privacy Policy. "Henshin a go-go, baby!"

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