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Tap a Jam

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Reviewer:  akanimelover101
Location:  United States
Over all it was a good game. It needs more musical variety. The arrows didnt match up with the music well at all. Half the time u couldnt hear the part the arrows were following with. The games basically a sad version of DDR or guitar hero with out the guitar.

5 MB
Estimated download time:
Cable/DSL: 9 seconds
Dial-up: 13 minutes


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Tap a Jam is the most fun you've ever had with music. But don't worry, Tap a Jam requires no musical skills whatsoever. We've already made the music for you. All you have to do is follow the symbols on the screen and your fingers will be dancing their way to high scores in no time.

  Free Trial Version!

3 Difficulty Levels
High Scores for Each Track
Record Your Own Tracks
  for only $19.99

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 No additional downloads.
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Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP
Processor: 266 MHz
Free hard drive space: 5 MB
16-bit Sound Card
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Tap a BOO
Written by: callisto  | Read all reviews by this user

Good Music

Bad Graphics! BIG TIME

This game is a cheap imitation of DDR or FFR. The colours are too bright and they clash but I have to admit that there is pretty good songs on it. Either than that, not so great.
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