App Apes Verdict
- Graphics - 3/103/10
- Gameplay - 3/103/10
- Replay Value - 4/104/10
- Originality - 1/101/10
Perhaps the most clever thing about I’d Tap That is its provocative, suggestive name. With a play on words and a double meaning, the name can give players a laugh. However, it is unclear who this would appeal to as those searching for provocative things are likely not looking for apps, and even if they type it in the app store search bar, they may be frustrated in finding only a tap and ascend game. Still, the name is clever. The graphics on the other hand leave players in want of more. With not only basic colors, but often times obnoxious neon colors, the game is far from beautiful. Still, the background does change color, which is sometimes refreshing when a duller color appears. The circle does swell when tapped which is a nice feature, but the edges on everything vary in ways that clash. The circle’s beveled edge does not fit well thematically with the blurred edge of the ground, or with the more prominent drop shadows of the obstacle bars. On top of this, one is left unsure as to the positioning of the bars to the circle, as the right side comes over it and the bottom side below wen colliding. So rather than giving the impression of the circle being crush, the players sees what looks like a light, survivable pinch.
Perhaps the most notable thing about I’d Tap That is its distinct lack of ads. Players can try again and again without an ad to annoy them. Left on a vertical track, players simple have to adopt a pattern of taps to make it through the predictable gates. In fact, the gates are predictable enough to garner a score of 30 simply by feverishly tapping, as with enough speed checkpoint that the circle passes through after death will still count. With the other route, the slow one, players can get much higher scores just by being patience and learning the time between taps it takes for a small hop or a big hop. All in all, without obstacle variety, the only real challenge that the game presents in that of the hops being sensitive. Players who do not have patience will instinctively tap faster at a certain point, which will most likely lead to crashing into a wall.
Overall, I’d Tap That is a stripped down version of the popular Swing Copters without the horizontal movement, detail background and character, and variety. Those who enjoy simplicity might enjoy this game, but for most the challenge is easily understood and conquered.
“Want to see why over 1,000,000 people have played my apps on their phones? Then, Download and see how fast your fingers really are…” Everyone’s favourite tapping style game is back in ”I’d TAP that” and this time he’s on a mission to become a a Viral hit. Can you help him to rise through the ranks and win his challenge? Take it Easy and plan your path, DON’T TOUCH ON ANY WHITE BARS! This is the core rule of this addictive game. Sounds easy? Give it a try, and see how well you stack up against your friends. We’d love to hear your suggestions and comments! We’ve got loads of improvements and new features planned, so stay tuned!
- 2 Charming soundtracks
- Features my actual voice
- Share to facebook and challenge your friends
- Muti-color themes & dozens of color options
- Smooth gameplay
- Optimised for high resolution screen