Tap Tap Dance debuts for iPhone

Peter Cohen, Macworld
8 December, 2008
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Tapulous has announced the release of their latest Tap Tap game for the iPhone and iPod touch — Tap Tap Dance, available for purchase and download from the App Store for $5.99.

Tap Tap Revenge remains one of the App Store’s most popular free applications. Tapulous has parlayed that popularity to develop a line of premium games based on the same basic mechanics, featuring different music. The first release was Nine Inch Nails Revenge, a version of the game customised with a new interface and music produced by Nine Inch Nails.

Tap Tap Dance builds on that by incorporating dance tracks from well-known artists including The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, Digitalism, Moby and others. The game also features richer graphics, new lighting effects and more sophisticated gameplay features.

Tap Tap Dance also includes an exclusive track by Soul Magic Orchestra and an exclusive remix by Morgan Page of Sunny Levine’s Daylight. Three of the tracks — “Technologic” by Daft Punk, “Disco Lies” by Moby and “Phantom Pt II” by Justice come with their own exclusive themes.

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