Factsheet

Developer:
Stephen Coyle
Based in Ireland

Founding date:
June 1, 2016

Website:
taptgame.com

Press / Business contact:
taptgame@gmail.com

Social:
twitter.com/stephencoyle
facebook.com/taptgame

Phone:
None

Description

I'm a composer and a developer.

History

Tapt

Tapt is my first app. It's a simple, minimalist rhythm game. Just select a category, and you'll be presented with songs whose rhythms you have to tap. There are tonnes of different song categories to choose from, including Disney Songs, Video Game Songs, Movie Themes, TV Themes, and loads more. It's free to play the game - you never have to spend a cent if you don't want to.

My Background

I've been a musician all my life, but started learning to code in January 2016, in order to make Tapt and some other projects. When not writing software, I'm working on a PhD in Composition at Queen's University Belfast, and I also enjoy making films as part of QuothMe (http://quothme.com)


Videos

A short gameplay trailer: YouTube


Images

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Awards & Recognition


    Selected Articles

    • "Top 10 mobile games, 2016, "the perfect rhythm game for folks like me who can only be good at rhythm games for a few moments at a time""
      - Rich Gallup, Giant Bomb
    • ""Fun, Ultra-Minimal Rhythm Game", "it's sort of rare to see games that make me think 'Oh dang, this is super clever.' This was the case this morning""
      - Eli Hodapp, TouchArcade

    Download Tapt.
    Click here: http://taptgame.com.

    My personal website.
    For my other projects and posts, click here: http://stephencoyle.net.


    Team & Repeating Collaborator

    Stephen Coyle
    Musician, Composer, Developer

    Contact

    Stephen Coyle
    taptgame@gmail.com


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