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  • Summary: Let's Tap is an innovative gaming experience on the Wii with easy to pick-up-and-play controls that will appeal to gamers of all ages. Simply place the Wii Remote on a box or a flat surface and tap! All methods of tapping (light, medium, hard) will allow you to jump hurdles and createLet's Tap is an innovative gaming experience on the Wii with easy to pick-up-and-play controls that will appeal to gamers of all ages. Simply place the Wii Remote on a box or a flat surface and tap! All methods of tapping (light, medium, hard) will allow you to jump hurdles and create environmental effects such as a dazzling fireworks display. There are five fun-filled game modes, all of which allow for multiplayer fun. PICK-UP-AND-PLAY CONTROLS: Every member of the family can jump into the game with these simple controls. Players place their Wii Remote on a box or flat surface and tap through five gameplay modes. FIVE UNIQUE GAME MODES: Tap Runner: Sprint for the finish line in over 16 courses while avoiding obstacles including hurdles, ice wall and electric fields. (1-4 players) Rhythm Tap: There are a wide range of songs to master in Rhythm Tap. Feel the beat and tap light, medium, hard in sync with the on-screen tap indicators. (1-4 players) Silent Blocks: Different modes using light and hard taps to strategically remove blocks one at a time from the column without causing it to topple over. (1-4 players) Bubble Voyager: Clad in a space suit, solo players tap to keep their character afloat through many levels filled with dangerous objects; a double tap will launch a missile. In multiplayer matches, you will shoot each other a number of times to win. (1-4 players) Visualizer: Everyone will take their turn with several Unique stages including Fireworks, Paint, River, Gem Game and Ink. Tapping with light, medium and hard strokes produces on-screen effects ranging from a fireworks display to undersea bubbles. In special tap sequences, various sea animals will appear. (1 player) [Sega] Expand
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  1. Positive: 20 out of 47
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  1. At $30, the game is absolutely worth checking out. Not just for its look or its addictive qualities, but for the sheer, simple joy of getting to play with entirely new toys.
  2. The versatile and responsive controls are the star of the show, giving these simplistic minigames much-needed longevity.
  3. Who's that tapping on the floor? Why, it's fun. Why not let him in? [July 2009, p.71]
  4. This party game is a bit light on content, but its bizarre controls and unusual selection of games make it fun to play with friends.
  5. Although Let's Tap has some really great ideas, my main problem with this title is that there just isn't enough to it. Unfortunately, with just four games and a visualizer, the game feels more like a tech or gameplay demo rather than a full-fledged game.
  6. Yuji Naka's latest work is a very strange one, probably one of the most original productions that we've seen on the Nintendo Wii platform. It's a funny proposal but still it's not as convincing as we'd like it to be. The box system is not the best choice in order to make players have a good time, but it's inevitable to understand that the style of this game's original as it can.
  7. Let's Tap!, with its bright, accessible aesthetic and peppy, J-pop soundtrack, has a lot of potential. Unfortunately, I can only evaluate the game as it exists, and Let's Tap! has a few shortcomings too many to wholeheartedly recommend.

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  1. Nov 19, 2010
    8
    If you got a family then Let's tap is worth a rent(in a good way). The 4 core activities branch out into many different little mini games thatIf you got a family then Let's tap is worth a rent(in a good way). The 4 core activities branch out into many different little mini games that can keep one occupied for hours in trying to score the highest. The game however is drastically short for single players and is not recommended for such. Expand