Superstar BTS is a new music game for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal in this game is to tap the notes perfectly like in Guitar Hero, and to get the highest score possible. As you play through various songs, you can unlock new cards representing members of the band, collecting them and building up a nearly endless stash, and of course, competing against other fans and players to see who can get the highest score. Read on for some tips and tricks for Superstar BTS!
When you’re first starting out with the game, start out on the easy mode. Easy mode is just slow enough to introduce you to all of the elements of the game and of what types of notes to hit and how to time your taps to get that S-Perfect tap every time. Even if you think it seems a little bit too easy, stick with it and play at least a few songs with it.
When you think you’re ready, and after you have spent a bit of time with the game, move onto the medium difficulty level. Here you’ll have much faster taps to deal with, as well as the note dragging taps (the yellow notes where you hold a finger on the screen and follow the line until it’s done). These are difficult, but are worth a ton of points.
Once you’re REALLY experienced with medium mode, then you can/should move onto hard mode. These ones have the greatest score potential, but also are the easiest to fail. You’ll need more than just thumbs when you play this mode as you’ll often have to be playing with three or four fingers at a time just to keep up with the notes. Plus, the yellow note drags come swiftly and can be nearly impossible to keep up with.
Be sure to come back every day and collect your rewards, even if you don’t plan on playing at all on that particular day. Just by logging into the game, you will accumulate rewards, such as more of the game’s multiple currencies, and more cards. And if you play multiple songs and play them until you hit 3 stars, you’ll earn bigger rewards as well.
Aside from the yellow notes, the point of the color of the notes in this game is that they correspond to one of the cards in your deck. The better your card is, the more points that it will earn you each time you tap a note with that card’s performer (which again is based on note color). Power up your cards and fill your deck with the strongest cards possible in order to achieve sky-high scores.