Tap Tap Hero: Be a Music Hero

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Tap Tap Hero: Be a Music Hero

Tuyen Pham,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Games 1.1 June 14, 2017 0.0

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Version 1.1 released on June 14, 2017
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Version 1.0 released on September 02, 2016

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App Description

- Tap Tap Hero is the most rockin' and the only music rhythm game that you can play with your own music! Get ready to feel the rhythm as you tap tap your cell phone screen now! - Tap Tap Hero is music games, simulated guitar for those who want to feel free to play your favorite music. You can play your favorite music inspired by the falling notes on the screen. - You can play with the preload songs or your local music files by your favorite artists. Tap Tap Hero includes a brand new visual experience with beautiful lighting effects and animations. - You can choose 3 difficulty levels. - Enjoy and thank you for downloaded game. Features: - Support local MP3 music files - Easy, Normal and Hard difficulty levels - Visually striking user interface

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