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Let's Tap - Nintendo Wii

by Sega
Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
20 customer reviews
Metascore: 70 / 100
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  • Tap with the Wii Remote on a box or flat surface to play
  • Intuitive, easy, and innovative family friendly fun
  • Young and old can easily play
  • Five Multiplayer modes
  • One to Four Players
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Product Description

Let’s Tap is an innovative gaming experience on the Wii with easy 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 multiplayer friendly 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)

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Get ready to tap your way to success as you experience a whole new way to play the Wii. In Let's Tap, you'll place your Wii Remote on a box or other flat surface and use the tapping of your fingers around the Wii Remote to make the game come to life. Use light, medium or hard taps to produce unique results in each game mode, allowing you to realize all the fun this exciting game has on tap.


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Let's Tap
Synopsis
Let's Tap features five fun game modes to tap your way through. Navigate past obstacles like ice walls and electric fields in Tap Runner as you make a mad dash for the finish line. Tap out the beat of more than 16 songs in Rhythm Tap. Remove blocks one at a time using hard or light taps in Silent Blocks, but be careful not to knock the stack down. Tap to keep your player afloat in Bubble Voyager's single-player mode, or shoot at each other in thrilling multiplayer matches. Watch as your taps produce incredible on-screen effects like fireworks and bubbles in the unique stages of the Visualizer mode.

Key Game Features:
  • Set your Wii Remote on a box or other flat surface, and tap your fingers around it to produce results in the game
  • Sprint through 16 courses in Tap Runner mode while attempting to avoid obstacles, including hurdles, ice walls and electric fields
  • Tap out the beat of more than 16 songs in sync with on-screen tap indicators in Rhythm Tap
  • Use light and hard taps to remove blocks one at a time from a stack in Silent Blocks, being careful not to knock the stack down
  • Float your space suit-clad character past dangerous objects and tap twice to launch missiles in Bubble Voyager, or gather friends for fun shooting action in multiplayer matches
  • Produce exciting on-screen effects, such as a fireworks display, undersea bubbles and sea animals, in Visualizer's five single-player stages: Fireworks, Paint, River, Gem Game and Ink
  • For 1 to 4 players

An Experience only the Wii can offer
Let’s Tap is a completely innovative gaming experience on the Wii with easy pick-up-and-play controls that will appeal to gamers of all ages. Players simply place the Wii Remote on a box or a flat surface and tap! All methods of tapping (light, medium, hard) will render a variety of unique results within each game mode, allowing players to jump hurdles, create a dazzling fireworks display and more. There are five fun-filled game modes that can be played with up to four friends: Tap Runner, Silent Blocks, Rhythm Tap, Bubble Voyager and Visualizer.

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B001QL8GCG
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 5.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 16, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,817 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By dignity284 on June 16, 2009
Let's TAP is a simple concept that works, and it is a lot of fun in the process. The game uses your Wiimote as a motion detection device, which you place on a box or some similar object. I used the game case and it worked just fine, but I'm sure there are a variety of other things you can use. As you tap, the vibrations you make shake the controller, which is how the game detects you're tapping. While all the games use this, you can fortunately navigate the menus regularly by picking up the controller or just tap to navigate through them.

The game has 5 modes, all of which are described exactly in the product description. Rhythm Tap is my favorite of the bunch with a decent selection of mostly dance/electronic. While you won't find any recognizable songs in that mode, the selection doesn't disappoint if you like music games. Visualizer is confusing, it seems more for relaxation than an actual game. In that mode, the intensity and pattern of your tapping causes objects to appear when you trigger them. Which is fun to watch as you figure it out, just not something I feel is worth spending a lot of time with.

I think the major obstacle with this game is the concept which is hard to sell when you explain it to others. If the idea of tapping to play sounds pretty foolish, you might find it hard getting into this sort of game. However if you like to try new things, you'll pleasantly be surprised with the mechanics. This game is definitely one you can come back to over and over again for some quick fun. Even though it says "party experience" on the cover, it's still enjoyable as a one player game from what I experienced.

I can't say Let's TAP is the best game out there for the Wii, but it definitely stands out as a solid entry. Especially in comparison to a lot of the other casual party games for the system.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paul D. Rhodeman on May 6, 2010
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when i first played this game, i had fun, but it was just me..when i took it over my best friends house...all the guys went to the big screen and we stayed on the racing for HOURS!! the racing is by far the best...but the rythmtapping comes in a close second...(like a guitar hero with tapping)...the painting and waterplay and fireworks are cool, and the stack games are cool...the battle takes a minute to get the hang of though...overall...this is an excellent game for groups, very simple and easy to learn, which is a great strength!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By lyssla on July 11, 2009
Such an innovative and fun title! My friends and I spent hours playing the different game modes and we're obsessed!

Tap Runner is the most straight forward of the modes, but it is still quite creative and highly original, with a clean aesthetic and really terrific level designs.

Alchemist on multiplayer is ridiculously good puzzle fun, especially for anyone who likes Bejeweled or other cascading games. The controls are a little tricky to learn but once you get into it, it's very tense as you race each other to remove chips from your tower without knocking it over.

The beat songs are my favorite part, we all love rhythm games (DDR, Frequency, GH, etc.) and it is SO fun playing with four people. You tap along with songs and the notes are different colors to indicate how hard you should tap, along with some sustained "drumroll" notes. Usually all four players have the same notes, but sometimes they switch it up so there will be call and response between the players or each player will play part of a rhythm. Since you're using different amounts of force, depending on the note (which generally corresponds to the song) your box accordingly makes different sounds, so with four people it starts to sound like "Stomp" in your living room.

Visualizer is fun and gorgeous and there's little secrets that will be revealed as you tap out your own beats...

I think this might be less fun on solo mode, but definitely worth the money as a party game!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Louie the Italian Jew TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 5, 2009
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I bought this title for my nephew expecting to have hours of fun, while visiting my brother. The first requirement is to find some boxes that are closed on both sides so the Wiimote can sit flat up on the boxes. The second requirement is that you have a table, but I would say two tables because when you tap on one box, the other player's Wiimote is affected by your tapping. I'd say one table would be sufficient, as long as it's wide enough for a couple of players to spread out. The idea of tapping on a table seems to be fun, but tapping on a box is a lot less fun IMO, especially because you have to hear the tapping of a box for the hard taps. Tapping on a table sounds good and feels good.
OK, on to the actual gameplay. It seems to me that Taprunner is the main game, and would also be the most fun. I'd have to agree on this, but there just isn't a lot to keep you entertained for a long time, especially when tapping on boxes, and telling your opponent that his tapping is affecting your movements on screen. My nephew and me played several times, and unlocked all 16 games for Taprunner. There wasn't much variation, but the graphics are mesmerizing.
After Taprunner, and unlocking all of the runs, we played Rhythm Tap. The songs were very good, with the song Let's Tap being excellent. Tapping on your boxes when given the cue is fun to play at least twice max. It became old real quick.
Next was Bubble Voyager. In the 2 Player mode, it seemed boring and complicated, but in the 1 player mode made more sense. Overall, not very fun, but seemed very interesting in the Sega trailer.
Finally, Silent Blocks was a lot of fun. I was really surprised at how much fun this minigame was. My nephew found it boring, but I found a Jenga type tapping game very relaxing.
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