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Tap Tap Dance Reviews (iPhone)

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90
IGN (Dec 11, 2008)
Unless you want to stab your ears when you hear techno, Tap Tap Dance is the best music game on the App Store right now. The note placement and control sensitivity is just right, making it instantly playable to anybody. But Tap Tap Dance doesn't hold its fire. By the time you reach the hard tier, you are getting a serious thumb workout. With excellent song selection and super-cool graphics, Tap Tap Dance is a pleasure to recommend.
90
iPhone Games Network (Dec 04, 2008)
Man, I really wanted to give this game a 5, but for every great improvement they made they just left off a great feature from the last game, so I guess in the end they cancel each other out and that’s why I’m giving this game the exact same score as the last game.
80
Pocket Gamer UK (Dec 04, 2008)
Great note tracking, a phenomenal selection of songs, and solid host of features has the game dancing circles around other iPhone titles. While the music genre limits its appeal, Tap Tap Dance is among the most polished, coolest games of the year.
70
AppCraver (Dec 13, 2008)
Like the other Tap Tap premium release, Tap Tap Revenge NIN edition, this game focuses on songs from higher caliber “name brand” bands — specifically on dance music by artisits such as Daft Punk, Chemical Brothers, Basment Jaxx and more. Even though some key features are missing the gameplay has definitely taken a step in the right direction.
60
MacLife (Dec 04, 2008)
Tap Tap Dance wastes some of its quality, clubbing music with mediocre graphics. At least it feels like your fingers dance across the iPhone, offsetting much of that disappointment.
40
Modojo (Dec 10, 2008)
That said, there are plenty of gamers that love the Tap Tap series and that's fine because it's worth about an hour of your time. We, unfortunately, failed to connect with the latest version, especially after downloading the original free of charge. Yes, we know it has more songs and snazzier special effects, but $5? Wait for a price drop.