Let's Tap

Let's Tap

2009

System
Wii
Publisher
SEGA
Developer
Prope

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Number of Players
4
Genre
Creative
Release Date

Wii

  • 12th Jun 2009 (USA)
  • 16th Jun 2009 (UK/EU)
  • 18th Dec 2008 (JPN)
Tags
Music, Tapping

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Reviews

  • 30

    Wii

    Review Let's Tap

    Definitely a tap you'll want to leave running

    Miyamoto might not see the appeal in playing a game without holding a controller, but ex-Sega genius Yuji Naka can certainly think outside the box – or, more accurately, think on top of the box. For his first game since leaving Sega five years ago, Naka has crafted a game played entirely by tapping a cardboard box. It’s an insane system if you think..

About The Game

Let’s Tap, a game that is blazing new ground in Nintendo Wii control design.

Developed by Prope, the studio that Sonic the Hedgehog creator Yuji Naka established in 2006, Let’s Tap is the first product from the new studio to be released to in North America and Europe. Developed exclusively for Nintendo’s Wii system, Let’s Tap utilizes a ground-breaking control scheme where the Wii controller is placed on a box or flat surface so that the controller can detect minute vibrations. Players of all ages and skill levels then tap the box or flat surface to interact with the game; there’s no need to hold the controller.

Featuring five separate game modes with multiple levels and allowing up to four players for multiplayer action, Let’s Tap presents an assortment of different finger-tapping challenges for players to master. In Tap Runner players use differing finger tapping pressure to make simple stick figure racers run through an obstacle course. In Visualizer players are allowed to create dazzling fireworks effects, dramatic paint strokes, amongst other effect as they tap out different rhythm patterns that correspond to different effects. Silent Blocks finds players taking turns removing blocks from a large stack, tapping too hard will result in a collapsing stack of blocks. Bubble Voyager allows players to fly through space, blasting obstacles and enemies in order to reach the far stretches of the universe. And finally Rhythm Tap allows players to time the taps of their fingers to high energy music.