Tap Boss

Tap Boss

It won’t be hard to guess what a game called Tap Boss is all about – here, just like in other games of the same genre, you will be tapping like crazy, hence the name of the app.

Tap Boss does come with a surprise, though – here, instead of making gazillions of dollars, you will be fighting an enemy horde that wants to take over the world and then destroy it. Doing that is easy – your enemies will come to you one by one and you will drop weights on them until they die, giving you money. This continues with no end in sight but there is some help – you can use heroes that you can hire and then upgrade to help you in the fight and in addition to this there’s a spinning wheel that can also give you power-ups like automatic weight drops and others. The game also allows you to purchase items online so as you can see you are not alone. But as a whole the entire gameplay comes to this – tap, tap, tap, tap and then again tap.

In the other departments Tap Boss is nothing special – the game comes with 2D visuals and we have to say that they are nice but the problem is that the screen feels too full when you are playing – there are icons everywhere and you must be careful not to tap in the wrong place. The sound in the game is nice and creates an atmosphere of having a great danger ahead, so no complaints here.

To sum it up – in our opinion Tap Boss is an average tap game. It has its fair share of problems – the overwhelming game screen for instance – but the game is still a classic representative of the tapping genre and if you like this genre in particular, you can try Tap Boss and feel no regret.

Tap Boss is here on Google Play.

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