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Let’s Tap On The iPhone

By Spencer . September 18, 2009 . 10:13am

Prope’s quirky tapping game is now on the iPhone. Well, part of it. Let’s Tap: Tap Runner, arguably the best game in Let’s Tap, is available now.

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Let’s Party Appears To Be Let’s Tap’s Sequel

By Spencer . August 11, 2009 . 9:02am

Despite weak sales in Japan, Sega took a chance and released Prope’s “future tapping game” in North America. It didn’t get much attention here either, but Sega isn’t giving up on their series of Let’s games.

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What Do I Tap On, Sega?

By Spencer . June 17, 2009 . 6:47am

Let’s Tap reacts to gentle vibrations when the Wii remote is placed on a platform. That’s why Sega bundled the game with two silly looking, but surprisingly useful cardboard boxes in Japan.

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Summer Time Is Tapping Time

By Spencer . February 3, 2009 . 9:05am

As predicted Sega is bringing Let’s Tap abroad. Prope’s first retail project is slated to come out here and Europe sometime this summer. Let’s Tap isn’t a single Wii game, it’s a package of four different games plus a set of visualizers that are played by tapping on a cardboard box holding a Wii remote. […]

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Let’s Try Let’s Tap

By Spencer . January 21, 2009 . 3:01pm

Poor Let’s Tap. While novel and designed to appeal to the casual Wii crowd it didn’t sell like hotcakes in Japan. I got a copy though and it’s a neat toy to play with. After you construct the tap boxes you put the remote on the box and start tapping. Almost everything in Let’s Tap […]

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Some Assembly Required: Let’s Put Together Let’s Tap

By Spencer . January 16, 2009 . 2:20pm

Funny thing about Let’s Tap it’s the first game penguins can play, but penguins can’t set it up. You need opposable thumbs to build the tap boxes stuffed in the oversized Let’s Tap box.   Here is the compressed tap box and spacer. You really have to put this thing together.   There are even […]

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Sega Planning Another "Let’s" Game?

By Spencer . January 14, 2009 . 11:30am

Why not? Oh, that’s right Let’s Tap sold poorly in Japan, but if this trademark for Toy-Lets is any indication they might be. Toy-Lets. Haha. Sega registered the rights to Toy-Lets on November 11 in Japan’s trademark database for use with video games so I guess that rules out Let’s Tap family figures. Still, that […]

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Let’s Tap In The Land Down Under

By Spencer . January 9, 2009 . 12:26am

Sega released Let’s Tap in Japan this past holiday season to dismal sales. Part of the problem may have been Sega released two other Wii games – Bleach: Versus Crusade and Sonic World Adventure (aka Sonic Unleashed) on the same day there. Oops!   I bet Sega won’t make the same mistake when they release […]

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Let’s Look At The Games In Let’s Tap

By Spencer . December 3, 2008 . 12:43pm

Let’s Tap is another mini-game compilation for the Wii, but the unique concept of tapping a cardboard platform to control the games makes it stand out. Unfortunately, Let’s Tap only has four games so it’s a micro mini-game collection. I played Tap Runner at TGS and it was pretty fun so I’m still looking forward […]

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Alright Sega, Let’s Tap

By Spencer . October 17, 2008 . 2:31am

Prope’s first project, Let’s Tap, is a collection of mini-games and artistic visualizers with the gimmick of tapping controls. You aren’t supposed to hold the remote to play Let’s Tap, it sits on a nice cardboard box branded with a Let’s Tap logo.   Only one game in the collection was shown at Tokyo Game […]

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Hey Prope, Let’s Tap And Let’s Catch

By Spencer . October 7, 2008 . 4:09pm

Prope recently revealed Let’s Tap, a creative Wii game that penguins really can play since you don’t even need to hold the remote. Sega USA hasn’t announced they’re going to bring it over, but when I first saw Let’s Tap it appeared to be the kind of game Sega would publish. They also trademarked the […]

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Penguins Really Can Play Prope’s Wii Game

By Spencer . October 3, 2008 . 2:20pm

Prope and Sega’s Wii project has a inventive control scheme where you don’t even need to hold the Wii remote. Let’s Tap is played with the remote on a flat surface like a table and players tapping on the object. Now we get the penguin joke. Penguins can’t hold the remote, but they can slap […]