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This game is the best... And I know most of the negative reviews are still spouting and growing out there, but this game IS really AMAZING. First the quantity. It gives you the most amount of characters and music OUT in the world!!! For example: you can buy the most amount of stuff/ it gives u the money to do so. # Meaning it is FREE!! Which is what I want on most of my games lol. Second the space. This game is loaded with many cool designs and detailing. I’m SOOOO surprised on how LESS of a space this app takes!! Fro most of my music apps I’ve taken, this one was the least. Some apps take up at least 1 GB but this is WAY LESS!! And Thirdly, some of the music is in many languages from English to Korean to Japanese! Also..... if you don’t read to this bottem ur missing out! This game is sooo addictive that you lose your way from reality. It has many life points for you to jam out all day. It has amazing rewards and did I forget the detail. Always the detail on the character!!! Ok ok I will stop befor my last review... For those extreme players out there... This game has many hard and extremely hard modes for y’all not to get bored. In shout this game is a MUST and mark my words it is truly amazing!!!!!
I’ve just started playing and I’ve got the say, the visuals are very nice and appealing. I was a bit surprised at the fast pacing at first but then I realized that it actually fits really nicely for this game. It’s very energetic and fun, but players who are new to rhythm games might have difficulties in the beginning since there’s no tutorial. (I don’t know if I accidentally skipped the tutorial or something but I checked and it seems like there isn’t one.) Hopefully in the future there will be; even just simple instructions before the song plays on the first quest will greatly help some players. I myself had some trouble with the long green notes when I first saw them, but maybe that’s just me. The character designs and backgrounds are great! I like the art style a lot, it blends with the visuals and doesn’t look out of place or anything. Anyway, this is really nice for a rhythm game in my opinion! Hope it just gets better and better as it develops. Give it a try! UPDATE: It seems the tutorial was implemented, which is great! Also, I’m glad the Grand Prix is more rewarding in the new update, it gives players motivation to try harder in climbing the ranks. Keep up the good work, developers! :D
I played this game for a while now, but after taking about a half-year break, I come back and it’s just “eh”. First is the new setup. I can’t stand it! It’s very confusing and hard to get used to, even after 3 months. Second is whenever I play. When I play, my notes do not register (especially the moving long notes) and it’ll take away health even when I’m tapping the notes. I don’t know if this is because I am tapping too fast since I play very fast on other rhythm games, but this is just annoying. I can tell when I miss and when I don’t. That’s all for now, sorry.
I’ve been playing the game for about a week now and I absolutely love it, haven’t played a rhythm game in a long time since I didn’t think there were any good this time around but this one caught my eye. I have a small problem here, about 2 days ago I bought a song from the shop and could play it, now i looked through my song list in solo play and didn’t see it so I thought it returned the currency but no. Now i bought it again and it’s still doesn’t show up and it took the currency. But overall love the game and hope this doesn’t happen again.
On the outside, you see a slick interface and attractive characters. On the inside, you’re stuck in a traditional grind game. It wouldn’t be so bad if 90% the music wasn’t garbage (some of which seems to be free crap off the net). I mean “Bingo” the dog song? Really? There’s autoplay, but if a game needs that, you know it has grind. The story is worse than highschool quality, and that’s after you get past the crappy translation. The character build system is a near carbon copy of KC: collect characters, add them together, sacrifice others to boost xp or raise your special characters up a level. The tutorial is unnecessarily confusing. Too many screens. Actual gameplay is challenging but relatively forgiving, except for the weird part of having HP for a song.
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TAPSONIC TOP - Music Game has 1 440 user reviews.
TAPSONIC TOP - Music Game has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of TAPSONIC TOP - Music Game (1.21.0) was released on Jan 15, 2020.
You can download TAPSONIC TOP - Music Game here:.
The new beginning of TAPSONIC, over 14 million downloaded music game worldwide!「TAP & SLIDE」 representative of TAPSONIC.
Support your idol stars to
win the TAPSONIC Music Grand Prix for Universe Best Idol!
TAPSONIC TOP - THE BEST MUSIC GAME FOR FREE!
■■■ FEATURES ■■■
- Amazing! Number of touch lines changes dynamically!
- Play famous DJMAX songs and TOP originals, Classics like 'CANON', 'BINGO' for free!
- Cast cute idols, and Support them to become a superstar.
- Compete real-time ranking against other competitors in Grand Prix mode. Challenge the world best rank!
- Revolution! Enjoy music game play with Wireless headphone!
■■■ HOW TO PLAY ■■■
- Score points by tapping the screen as the notes appear with rhythm & beat.
- Idols and song have own attribute, VOCAL/DANCER/SESSION.
- Select idols of the same attribute as song's. You can get bonus scores.
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