The Ruins of Athens No. 4 is the fourteenth stage of Piano Tiles 2. It is unlocked when the player reaches Level 6.

Background[edit | edit source]

The whole suite, "The Ruins of Athens", was composed for accompanying the play of the same name by by August von Kotzebue. Throughout the suite, the fourth movement (fifth if including the overture), Turkish March, is the most well-known music from the play, and it is often played separately.

Portrait of Ludwig van Beethoven

Differences[edit | edit source]

The piano arrangement is remade, and the key is simplified from B-flat Major to C Major.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The entire stage is made mostly out of single tiles and double tiles, and there are almost no holding tiles present.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

It is notable that this stage has quite a fast acceleration rate compared to other stages before three stars are earned. It jumped from 3.83 TPS, to 4.47 TPS, and then accelerated to 4.87 TPS.

In a stage containing mostly in single tiles and double tiles, it will be difficult to keep up. There are two patterns of double tiles: sets in two rows, and one-row sets with three rows of single tiles in between.

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Gameplay Videos[edit | edit source]

Played by Intellectual Games
Final Score 2289
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1 = PT2 Star.png
2 = PT2 Star.png PT2 Star.png
3 = PT2 Star.png PT2 Star.png PT2 Star.png (Full Completion 1 time)
4 = PT2 Crown.png
5 = PT2 Crown.png PT2 Crown.png (Full Completion 2 times)
6 = PT2 Crown.png PT2 Crown.png PT2 Crown.png (Full Completion 3 times)

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