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Let's Tap (Wii)

Let's Tap (Wii)
alaScore 90

89 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 89 reviews of Let's Tap (Wii). The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Let's Tap (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 89 reviews)

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Expert review by : TheGingerKid (

Let's Tap Wii Review


The Nintendo Wii - one of the best selling consoles of all time, the most original console of all time and the console that surprises us with game releases month after month. Let's Tap - a game made by Sega, a game nobody has heard of and a game that...

Unique controls ; Good graphics ; Exciting at times

Can get tedious ; Visualiser shouldn't be classed as a game

Jul, 2009

Expert review by : Mike Mason (

Let's Tap


After a lengthy absence, Yuji Naka is back. The king of Sonic Team left the heart of SEGA to pursue new ideas with his own development team Prope. Still partially owned by SEGA, it was unknown what they were doing for quite some time, until finally...

Let's Tap harks back to the days of a more creative SEGA, the SEGA that tipped out original game after original game during their time on the hardware market. There's not a thing out there like it, the spread of genres it employs complement each other...

Jul, 2009

Expert review by : James Chalmers (

Let's Tap Review [Wii]


Never has a box been so much fun

The game runs out of modes very quickly but play it at a party for non-stop fun.

Jul, 2009

Expert review by : Richard Walker (

Let's Tap


Fred Astaire would love this. And he'd be bloody good at it too. Leaping from the mind of one of the men responsible for Sonic the Hedgehog, Let's Tap is the first game to emerge from Yuji Naka's newly formed Prope studios, with old friends Sega...

As far as social Wii games go, Let's Tap is a great addition to the immense stable already available for the console and more than worth a punt. Bold, colourful and smile-inducing, it's a work of unique tapping genius, which is definitely something you...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by : Luke Anderson (

Let's Tap


This party game is a bit light on content, but its bizarre controls and unusual selection of games make it fun to play with friends.

Unique control scheme ; Quirky gameplay ; Multiplayer is great fun ; Interesting visual style

Needs a wider selection of games ; Not all modes control well ; Rhythm game features forgettable songs

Jun, 2009

Expert review by (

Let's Tap


With more mini-games to take advantage of the tap mechanic Let's Tap could have been a must have party game, but it's just too light on content to whole heartedly recommend.

Jun, 2009

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Let's Tap


Sonic creator Yuji Naka plays mad professor with the Wii's oddest party game yet

Jun, 2009

Expert review by : games™ Magazine (

Let's Tap! (Wii) review


Yuji Naka's newest box of delights?

It's certainly encouraging to see Yuji Naka returning to the sort of original experimental projects that helped carve his reputation in the Nineties, and we'd happily take this over anything Sonic Team has produced in the last eight years, but we can't...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by : Thomas McDermott (

Let's Tap (Wii) review


To play a game simply by tapping on a box has to be seen as an accomplishment. We have already done tapping on a screen, waving a remote about, and the whole buttons thing is now decades old. However, simply tapping on a box is a rather clever,...

Import friendliness: When you first put Let's Tap into your Wii you?ll be hit with a fair few pages with of Japanese text, as the game runs you though a brief tutorial before it lets you play. Basically, these screens inform you about how the game...

Jan, 2009

Expert review by : Trevor Chan (

Let's TAP [Wii] Review


“Tap into a new party experience!”

Original & fresh control method; Eye-candy visuals to accompany game-play; Easy to pick up, difficult to master

No online; Perhaps a little noisy at times; As varied as the game is, would like to have seen more depth

Product Specifications

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No. Of Offline Players:1-4
Other Names:Let's Tap WiiWare