More of a peon than a titan.
Simplistic one-touch games appeal to a wide audience of people because of their easy to play nature and addicting game play. They can also be played quickly and anywhere which is great for people who only have a few minutes and cannot delve into a deeper experience. Tap Titans tries to be the next popular one-touch game.
Tap Titans immediately thrusts you into your adventure. You are put into this cartoonish style world, where you are a sword master tasked with killing many different monsters that plague the world. Killing these monsters is a breeze; all you need to do is tap the screen. The faster you tap the screen the quicker you slash your sword. Once you kill ten enemies you are tasked with killing a boss character. The game is very easy to play and little kids and adults can all play. Your character can be leveled up by using coins that you get from defeated enemies.
Tap Titans has a lot of problems and it starts when you first start playing. You are thrust into this game not knowing what to do. That isn't a problem per say, but maybe the game could of had some semblance of a story. But not all one-touch games have a story, so that may not be an issue for some. The real problem of the game is that there is no challenge. Most simplistic games draw you in by trying to beat a high score or by being a challenge to beat. Tap Titans has no challenge because the monsters you are killing never fight back and it's a bit annoying to just keep tapping the screen for a while to kill monsters that are no threat. There is no real hook to keep you playing for a long time and you will be wondering why you are playing for the little bit of time you are.
Tap Titans is a poor attempt at making an addictive simplistic title. The game has no semblance of rhyme or reason. The gameplay is unchallenging and uninspired. Many people will delete this quickly after downloading it.