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.
Coldplay has become the latest band to partner with Tapulous for a special edition of Tap Tap Revenge. Fans of the band can now tap their way through 10 of their greatest hits for $5.
A bunch of iPhone games, among them the destructively awesome Tap Tap Revenge 2, have received updates to include Facebook Connect functionality. What does that mean for you? Networking. Delicious networking.
The most popular free iPhone game of the year has gotten a full overhaul with more Open GL goodness, more frantic Guitar-Hero-inspired music tapping, and most importantly, more Daft Punk.
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…