Best Don't Tap Games For Android, iPhone And iPad
We hope you're not tapped out, because we have the best Don't Tap games for your mobile device. Don't worry if you missed some or all of these titles. We did the work for you.
Don't step the white tile
Don't step the white tile by Ayumu Kinoshita debuted on December 20, 2013, and it didn't reach the top of the mobile charts until nearly four months later. Equipped with three game modes - Time Attack (tap the lowest black tile in succession), Long Run (tap the lowest black tile in succession before the clock runs out) and Stopping Just (stop just before the 10 second mark) - Don't Step the White Tile was one of the first piano style tap games. It still remains one of the most played titles despite numerous copycats improving upon gameplay, music and graphics. If you're into a classic styled game, it's worth a look.
Don't Tap The White Tile
Next is Hu Wen Zeng's clone, Don't Tap The White Tile. Making its debut in the App Store late March of this year, game modes include Classic, Arcade and Zen, which are doppelgangers for Time Attack, Long Run and StoppingJust. This version has cleaner graphics, and offers two additional game modes, Rush and Relay. In Rush Mode, gamers must tap the black tiles in succession while dealing with the constantly scrolling screen. Player score is measured by time. The longer you last, the higher the time score. Relay Mode stays true to original gameplay with a 50 tile breakdown. Players have to tap the lowest black tiles and get 50 tiles in a specific length ranging from 8", 10" and 12".
Don't touch the White Tile
Don't touch the White Tile by Wang Boxun boasts eight modes, raising the bar even higher with three additional game modes than Don't Tap The White Tile. Making its debut in early May, Don't Touch the White Tile had immediate success riding the waves of its predecessors. Although it dominated the App Store for only a brief period of time, it is still one of the most popular Don't Tap games on the market. This game separates itself from the rest with three additional modes and unique music. Crazy Mode consists of you not missing a black tile and not tapping a red one. Race Mode works on the concept of time accumulated after completing each level within 10 seconds. The time left over from each level gets added to the next level, giving you a time buffer for level completion; total amount of tiles tapped is your score. Multiplayer mode, meanwhile, gets your friends involved. Challenge them for the title of fastest tapper, or play against yourself to increase your ambidexterity. Finally, Colorful Mode removes the black tiles and replaces them with 50 colorful ones, which must be tapped as soon as possible.
We listed our three best picks for "Don't Tap" Games available for iOS and Android. These games have either started or fueled the phenomena. They offer a lot of fun, and most importantly, a challenge for your hand and eye coordination while testing your reflexes. Which games are your favorites? Let us know.