Tap Tap Dance

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  1. spyker3292 macrumors 65816

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    #1
    Tapulous released another version of TTR with licensed songs. This time it includes a nice list of songs and different themes which all look great!

    It includes new moves like tap & hold and multi-tap and they say that this is the next generation TTR engine.

    And here's the song list...
    # Justice: Phantom Pt.II (Soulwax Remix)
    # Moby: Disco Lies (The Dusty Kids Fears Remix)
    # Sunny Levine: Daylight (Morgan Page Remix)
    # Daft Punk: Technologic
    # Digitalism: Zdarlight
    # Junkie XL: Stratosphere
    # The Chemical Brothers: Midnight Madness
    # Tiesto: Goldrush
    # Soul Magic Orchestra: Compressor (Exclusive)
    # Basement Jaxx: Where's Your Head At

    http://appshopper.com/games/tap-tap-dance
    http://tapulous.com/dance/

    It's $4.99 and is on the App Store now.

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  2. razorianfly macrumors 65816

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    Tap Tap Dance: Now Available [Plus Videos]

    Brand-spankingly-new to the store, and following closely behind the sheer success that was (and still is) Tap Tap Revenge, comes Tap Tap Dance,
    a new, purchasable version of Tapulous’ Tap Tap Revenge, which has been completely disco-fied!

    Featuring licensed tracks from dance sensations such as; Daft Punk, The Chemical Brothers, Justice, Sun Levine,
    Digitalism and more, we gave it a try out on the ‘Easy’ levels.

    Like Tap Tap Revenge, but using a compeltely re-coded graphics engine for extra pop!

    Tracks

    Justice: Phantom Pt.II (Soulwax Remix)
    Moby: Disco Lies (The Dusty Kids Fears Remix)
    Sunny Levine: Daylight (Morgan Page Remix)
    Daft Punk: Technologic
    Digitalism: Zdarlight
    Junkie XL: Stratosphere
    The Chemical Brothers: Midnight Madness
    Tiesto: Goldrush
    Soul Magic Orchestra: Compressor (Exclusive)
    Basement Jaxx: Where’s Your Head At

    I've just published two videos of the game in action.
    For anyone interested they're - available here.

    Reviewed at: v1.0.1
    Download size: 48.6MB
    Released on: 03rd Dec 2008
    Retails for: £2.99 / $4.99

    Compatible with: iPod touch Gen 1 & 2 /
    iPhone Classic / iPhone 3G

    Grab it Here: [App Store]

    One of THE best games I've ever plunked down for.

    R-Fly
     

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  3. Pressure macrumors 68040

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  4. Habakuk macrumors 6502a

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    I love techno music but those two numbers in the demo video are cruel. Sound and rhythm okay but excessively simple & infantile.

    I want to see a video where some dozens of kids are playing that at the same time (manipulating their devices in perfect choreography)...

    There are a few in my circle of friends who are very into that genre of computer games. For me personally that goes much too far in telling me what to do by a game. Too much manipulation. Such games are time and creativity killers.
     
  5. Rotten-Apple macrumors newbie

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    Best app I have on my iPod.
    The second best is Peggle.

    My favorite track is Sunny Levine: Daylight (Morgan Page Remix) and my favorite level design is Medium Final (Moby: Disco Lies (The Dusty Kids Fears Remix) - pictured on the 2nd screenshot).

    I wish they added the possibility to add my own tracks. ;)
     

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