Based on this preview video, Tap Tap Radiation will be wickedly fun to play on the iPad. It definitely looks different from iPhone variations and uses all that extra screen space fantastically. Oh, and it's of course free.
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Tapulous, developer of the Tap Tap Revenge series of iPhone apps, is raking in $1m a month from sales through the App Store.
It's got avatars, chat, and premium songs, oh my! Soon-to-be-released Tap Tap Revenge 3 focuses on the social side of things, and it looks like it might pull it off well. Or maybe I'm just giddy about the Tiësto tracks.
Tapulous—the creators of that Perfect Drug of an app, Tap Tap Revenge—is partnering up with Nine Inch Nails to put over a dozen of the band's songs in the game. The alliance will be one of the first to bring licensed content to iPhone apps and, depending on how successful it is, could mark a surge of similar…
The app works, I'd guess by sending the closely matching accelerometer data back to the Tapulous server, where they're matched in the cloud and info is swapped. There is no actual device-to-device connection—but that is still ridiculously cool. Tapulous is also planning to release Tap Tap Revenge and Twinkle as free…