DJMax Mobile (Korean: 디제이맥스 모바일, dijeimaegseu mobail) is a version of DJMax rhythm action game specifically developed for mobile phones. As of 2011, two separate titles exists of the game from separate developers who licensed DJMax brand from the Pentavision. These mobile games were available only in Korea. DJMax Mobile has two different gameplay styles. First mode is similar to DJMax Portable series where you press physical buttons at a specific time. However, if you mobile phone has a touch-screen capability you can also play the game in year 2009 version using mode which is similar to DJMax Technika where you do very specific touch gestures to control the game. DJMax Mobile games are not considered as a part of the main game series because they weren't developed by Pentavision and quality of these games is average even when compared to other similar mobile games. Both of these games are discontinued. Spiritual successor for the DJMax Mobile series is called Tap Sonic. The upcoming mobile game is called DJMax Ray, it developed by Pentavision and published by Neowiz Internet.
First DJMax Mobile game was developed by Freezm and it was released by CJ Internet (which is a part of the large Korean entertainment company CJ Entertainment) in June 15, 2005. This game service is not available anymore. It supported DJMax Portable style single-player mode and non-stop mode. Users could compare their scores using ranking lists. It runs on Korean WIPI mobile phone middleware platform.
Second DJMax Mobile game was developed by Ntreev and published by Gametree. It was released in December 24, 2005. It features selection of 68 songs from DJMax Portable, Portable 2, Clazziquai Edition, Black Square and Technika. Game supports DJMax Portable's 3B, 6B and 9B button modes and if touch-screen is present also DJMax Technika mode will be available. Game includes Mission, Survival and Freestyle gameplay modes. Songs are stored in a MIDI format which caused some controversy among the players. Difficulty of the game is on a low level (when compared to DJMax Portable games or the DJMax Online) due the fact that mobile phones it was intended for did not have enough processing power for the game. DJMax Mobile 2009 version was written using WIPI middleware platform so that it would run on a large number of devices. Size of the game is 2012 KB. In November 1, 2010 DJMax Mobile was discontinued.
Tap Sonic (Korean: 탭소닉) is a spin-off of the DJMax series by Neowiz Internet for mobile platforms such as iOS and Android in a partnership with Pentavision. It is a music game featuring various DJMax tracks, and is updated weekly with new content including licensed music from SM and YG Entertainment, amongst other music labels. Songs are played by spending Music Points that are purchased by players. Premium songs can be purchased in a one-off transaction.
The third DJMax Mobile game, DJMax Ray was developed by Pentavision Studio and published by Neowiz Internet. A teaser for this game was released on 22 August 2012 in Tap Sonic YouTube accounts. But it doesn't show the gameplay screen. The game is released for Apple iOS and Android.
The fourth DJMax Mobile game, DJMax Technika Q was developed by Planet Team, the reunion of earlier Pentavision team member and published by Neowiz Internet. A teaser for this game was released on September, 2013. The game is released for Apple iOS and Android with Kakao Gaming platform.