Tap Tap Dash

Tap Tap Dash

Tap Tap Dash is a very simple Android game that can drive you insane after a few minutes of playing it? Why? Just download it and you will see.

Well, we’ll save you the effort and we will tell you why this game can drive you nuts. First, we will start by saying that Tap Tap Dash is a simple game that does not require a lot of space on your device so all is good now. Then when you run it for the first time you will see that the app comes with simple gameplay – you either play with a bird or a cat and you have to guide the animal along paths that have sharp corners. Basically the gameplay comes to this – tap the display of your Android device to change directions and when you have to jump tap it again to make the animal jump. Along the way you also collect small red stones that look like diamonds and that bring you points. The problem with the game is that it is tough and a wrong tap kills the animal, which means you will have to start a level from the very beginning. It turns out that playing Tap Tap Dash comes to tapping the display at the exact moment and since this is hard you will die many times (and very quickly at that too), which may annoy you after a while.

The game’s simplicity continues with the graphics – Tap Tap Dash has very simple 2D graphics only and this is it. The sound inside the game is also simple so do not expect any fancy effects or anything like it. This can’t be anything different, though, since the overall idea is to offer an app that you can start playing within seconds.

All in all Tap Tap Dash is a nice game but only people who do not get mad quickly will enjoy it. The app is best suited for people with iron nerves who want to kill some time and this is about it. If you do not see yourself in the picture, the verdict is easy – Tap Tap Dash is not for you.

Tap Tap Dash is here on Google Play.

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