Two Tigers is the fourth stage of Piano Tiles 2. It is unlocked when the player reaches Level 2.
The original folk song is Frère Jacques, a French folk song possibly from the 17th century. Throughout the 20th century in China, it eventually transformed into the title "Two Tigers" (兩隻老虎, Liǎng zhī lǎohǔ), with the same melody, but with different lyrics altogether. It was then spread around China and Taiwan and was better known as this title.
Between Two Tigers and Frère Jacques, there are no differences outside of lyrics.
As the piano plays the song, there are slight variations in the music each time, totaling of three times.
Assuming the time signature of 4/4, the timing of the taps are mainly based on the right hand part, where an eighth note is a single tile, a quarter note is a holding tile worth 3 points, and any note longer is worth more points. The holding tiles is very frequent before the first star, gradually becomes less frequent before the second star, and becomes nearly dominated by single tiles in the end.
There is nearly no difficulty in the beginning, even though the initial speed can be pretty fast. After getting the second star, be mindful of the consecutive single tiles, and watch out for the off-beat syncopation beats at the end. Be careful of the tiles' position during gameplay.
While getting the A-crown is simple, it becomes difficult to get B-crown the C-crown when the stage is constantly speeding up.
|Played by||Intellectual Games|
|Final Score||1695 |
0 = (empty)
|Played by||Dessa Silva|
|Final Score||1060 |
0 = (empty)
Two Tigers (with Chinese Lyrics)Edit
|0:10 / 0:27|
Two tigers, two tigers,
|0:15 / 0:31|
Runs fast, runs fast,
|0:19 / 0:35|
One has no eyes, one has no tail,
|0:23 / 0:39|
So strange, so strange.
Frère Jacques (French)Edit
|Frère Jacques (With round)|
|0:10||Frère Jacques, frère Jacques,|
Are you sleeping, (x2)
|0:14||Dormez-vous ? Dormez-vous ?|
Brother John? (x2)
|0:19||Sonnez les matines! Sonnez les matines!|
Morning bells are ringing! (x2)
|0:23||Ding, dang, dong. Ding, dang, dong.|
Ding, ding, dong. (x2)
|1:05||Voices gradually drops|