Personal tools


From osu!wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Other Languages

T2 logo.png
Current version
History: v1

T2 logo.png



Hinted: February 7, 2015
Public release: May 27, 2015.

Welcome to T-Aiko! 2.0: A complete remake of the original T-Aiko!

T-Aiko! is a Rhythm game inspired by Taiko no Tatsujin (Taiko Drum Master) and based on the gameplay and huge songs library of osu!

Drum to the beat of your favourite songs, challenge yourself with highscore tracking and become a part of the development that is T-Aiko!

You can download songs through the in-app link to osu!downloader.

Online services will come in the future.

Audio by Superpowered


Original Post 
  • Use your device (must be Android) and go online (by Wi-Fi or Packet Data).
  • Go to Google Play page for T-Aiko!
    • If Google requests you to key in your Google account details, please do so.
  • Allow the file to install.
  • Wait and "T-Aiko!" is now installed in your device.

Alternate Way (Android 2.1 or later version)

  • Use your device and go online (by Wi-Fi or Packet Data).
  • Open "Google Play" app.
    • If Google requests you to key in your Google account details, please do so.
  • Search "T-Aiko!"
  • Press "Install", then "Accept and Install"
  • Wait and "T-Aiko!" will be installed to your device.

Adding Beatmaps

USB way

  • Connect your device to PC with USB cable.
    • You may need to configure your device to USB mode to connect the PC. Please do so before plugging in and/or making any report.
  • Put the songs files (either in .osz or folder form) into T-Aiko/Songs directory.
    • Directory will vary if you did modify it in Advanced Option. You need to put in that directory you set instead.
  • Plug off your device and launch T-Aiko!
  • Go to Song selection and press the refresh button at the upper-left of the screen.
  • Your new beatmaps is now playable.

Device way (requires osu!droid)

  • Open your preferred browser and go to http://bloodcat.com/osu/
  • Select your desired beatmap for downloading
  • Change the download directory to "/mnt/sdcard/osu!droid/" (This directory is by default)
  • Wait until the beatmap is downloaded.
  • Launch osu!droid and press "Play"
  • Exit osu!droid after the cache has been built.
    • If your T-Aiko! filepath is not osu!droid/Songs, you have to personally move the beatmaps to T-Aiko/Songs yourself using the phone's file explorer.
  • Open T-Aiko! and press "Play".
  • Enjoy your beatmaps.
    • If the beatmaps does not load, please hit the refresh button at the upper-left part of the play screen.

What is the difference?

Tutorial screen
  • Tutorial screen (for first entry or no beatmaps)
  • Spinners has been implemented.
  • Some beatmaps may not work on T-Aiko!.
  • Character (like Wada Don and Wada Katsu) will not appear [due to copyright issues].
  • The game itself cannot be skinned currently.
  • No Song length (removed in v2).
  • Song time appears as a blue line at the top-most.
  • Lifebar is a green line at upper part of the conveyor.
  • A large drum at the second half of the screen (Can be disabled). Hitting the drum creates red note (Don) and hitting outside the drum area creates blue note (Katsu).
  • Video and Storyboard are unsupported.
  • Game Modifiers: Only Auto.
  • Information (Length, BPM) about the beatmap selected is missing.
  • Beatmap search is missing.
  • Ranking and Replays are not available.
  • Placement of taiko-specific background is off.


Options Screen

(!) Credits.
Game mods
Autoplay Enable/Disable Auto A special "Not saved: Autoplay" notice will be displayed at Grade screen.
Game settings
Show Drum Show/Hide the drum in-game.
Song Folder Default (mnt/sdcard/T-Aiko/Songs) Not suggested to modify if you do not know how-to.
Audio provider
Android / Superpowered Use native Android audio library / "Superpowered" audio library by Superpowered Inc.. [Superpowered] Does not support .ogg audio. May not work in certain devices.
Audio Sync Direct to Offset screen. Set the audio offset. +/- 10ms per click.
Volume Set the volume of sound effects [0% - 100%] (default 70%) +/- 10% per click.


I added a new beatmap and T-Aiko! didn't load it

  • You did not hit the refresh button at the upper-right of the "Select a Song".
  • You placed the beatmap at the wrong beatmap directory or you set a wrong beatmap directory. Set the beatmap directory properly [See below] and replace your beatmap to a proper beatmap directory.

I have a lot of beatmaps at osu!droid/Songs...

  • From Main Menu, press Options-> Advanced Options-> Beatmap Folder.
  • Modify "mnt/sdcard/T-Aiko/Songs" to "mnt/sdcard/osu!droid/Songs".
  • Return to Main Menu.
  • Press T-Aiko application and go to Play menu (Song selection). Your beatmaps should appear.
    • If your new beatmaps did not appear, press the refresh button located at the upper-right screen. It will recompile the beatmaps library.