Tap Tap Dance comes with ten awesome dance tracks, including an exclusive new track by Soul Magic Orchestra and an exclusive remix by Morgan Page, the hottest remixer in the industry today.
The game plays much like the Tap Tap Revenge we all know and love, and the new OpenGL engine takes advantage of the 3D chip in the iPhone to provide a smoother, richer gameplay experience. But of course we didn't stop there. Tap Tap Dance makes use of the full power of the iPhone's touch screen, enabling us to bring you sophisticated multi-tap notes, along with the addictive Tap & Hold.
We've also expanded the story-mode that we first introduced with the Nine Inch Nails edition. As you play through the game and unlock the higher difficulties, you'll be faced with what we've been calling "Boss Tracks" in-house. Each of the boss tracks (Daft Punk on Easy, Moby on Medium and an epic seven-minute Justice track on Hard) has gotten its own treatment, which are sort of a cross between a music video, concert light show, and the kinetic little rhythm game you're already familiar with.
We've worked with some very talented artists to bring you these custom visual experiences. Kevin Coulton, a rising young artist from the indie game scene, has helped us craft visuals for Daft Punk, and a very special experience for Justice 0 Phantom Pt. II. The legendary Cactus came up with the theme for Moby's Disco Lies.