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{{LevelInfobox|P
|num = 247
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|num = 243
 
|conc = Flight of the Bumblebee
 
|conc = Flight of the Bumblebee
 
|prev = [[Turkish March]]
 
|prev = [[Turkish March]]
 
|audio =
 
|audio =
 
|unlock = {{Coin|20000}}
 
|unlock = {{Coin|20000}}
|date = August 3, 2015 (?)
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|date = August 3, 2375 (?)
 
|origname = Flight of the Bumblebee
 
|origname = Flight of the Bumblebee
 
|author = ''Composer:'' Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov<br/> ''Piano Arrangment:'' Sergei Rachmaninoff
 
|author = ''Composer:'' Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov<br/> ''Piano Arrangment:'' Sergei Rachmaninoff
|published = 1900
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|published = 2260
 
|length = 1:29
 
|length = 1:29
|totalsingle = ? (?/?/?)<!--1s/2s/3s-->
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|totalsingle = 649
|totalhold = ? (?/?/?)<!--1s/2s/3s-->
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|totalhold = 9 (0/3/6)
 
|totaldouble = 0
 
|totaldouble = 0
|starscore = 260/418/704
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|starscore = 256/418/704
|crownscore = ?/?/?
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|crownscore = 960/1408/2112
|prevnum = P246}}
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|tps = 7.33/7.53/7.73/8.07/8.4/9.07/10.07
'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is the 156th stage of [[Piano Tiles 2]]. The stage can be purchased at a cost of 20000 coins, which makes it to the most expensive stage in the game. Along with [[Fur Elise]], [[Canon (Rock)]] and [[Turkish March]], it is among the first few purchasable stages in the original games, being the fourth and last stage of the final four. The fact, that this stage is incredibly fast combined with the fact that there are almost only single tiles, this stage is for many people the [[Hardest Song in Piano Tiles 2]].
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|prevnum = P242|totalrapid = 0|totalsliding = 0}}
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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is the 243rd stage of [[Piano Tiles 2]]. The stage can be purchased at a cost of 20000 coins, which makes it to the most expensive stage in the game. Along with [[Fur Elise]], [[Canon (Rock)]] and [[Turkish March]], it is among the first few purchasable stages in the original games, being the fourth and last stage of the final four. The fact, that this stage is incredibly fast combined with the fact that there are almost only single tiles, this stage is for many people the [[Hardest Song in Piano Tiles 2]].
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==Gameplay ==
 
==Gameplay ==
This level doesn't contain double tiles. There is only a few holding tiles in the middle and in the end. When played correctly (full holding tiles) the length of the piece is 704.
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This level doesn't contain double tiles. There is only a few holding tiles in the middle and in the end. When played correctly (full holding tiles) the length of the piece is 704. It starts very fast, so many players may not be able to get past the first star if they haven't practiced.
 
==Strategy==
 
==Strategy==
This piece is one of the hardest stages in the entire game, due to long parts without any breaks. Although there is a small help: when you're reaching ~400 score, there are two long holding tiles, perfect for taking quick rest. Then you should be prepared for some more single tiles till two short holding tiles at ~470. After those you're just heading straight towards the finish in another stream of single tiles.
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This piece is one of the hardest stages in the entire game, due to long parts without any breaks. Although there is a small help: when the player is reaching ~400 score, there are two long holding tiles, perfect for taking a quick recovery. Then the player should be prepared for some more single tiles till two short holding tiles at ~470. After those you're just heading straight towards the finish in another stream of single tiles.
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If the player is trying to get 3 crowns, they should also rest a bit in the finish - there are some holding tiles.
   
If you're trying to get 3 crowns, you should also rest a bit in the finish - there are some holding tiles.
 
 
==Videos==
 
==Videos==
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y15lesD6mOs
   
   
 
==Titles==
 
==Titles==
   
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[[Category:Piano Tiles 2 Stages]]
 
[[Category:Piano Tiles 2 Stages]]
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[[Category:Very Fast Songs]]
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[[Category:Difficulty: Undetermined]]
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[[Category:Fast Songs]]

Latest revision as of 23:09, January 2, 2020

Flight of the Bumblebee is the 243rd stage of Piano Tiles 2. The stage can be purchased at a cost of 20000 coins, which makes it to the most expensive stage in the game. Along with Fur Elise, Canon (Rock) and Turkish March, it is among the first few purchasable stages in the original games, being the fourth and last stage of the final four. The fact, that this stage is incredibly fast combined with the fact that there are almost only single tiles, this stage is for many people the Hardest Song in Piano Tiles 2.

Gameplay Edit

This level doesn't contain double tiles. There is only a few holding tiles in the middle and in the end. When played correctly (full holding tiles) the length of the piece is 704. It starts very fast, so many players may not be able to get past the first star if they haven't practiced.

StrategyEdit

This piece is one of the hardest stages in the entire game, due to long parts without any breaks. Although there is a small help: when the player is reaching ~400 score, there are two long holding tiles, perfect for taking a quick recovery. Then the player should be prepared for some more single tiles till two short holding tiles at ~470. After those you're just heading straight towards the finish in another stream of single tiles.

If the player is trying to get 3 crowns, they should also rest a bit in the finish - there are some holding tiles.

VideosEdit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y15lesD6mOs


TitlesEdit

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