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DOS Games > Arcade Action > T > Tapper for DOS


Genre: Arcade    |     Year: 1983    |     Publisher: Midway Games West, Inc.    |     Developer: Midway Games West, Inc.
Game Review (written by Kakarock) Added on: 10/11/2006
Root Beer Tapper is a surprisingly fun game to play. You would think that filling root beer mugs would be boring, but the pace of the game and the diversity of the characters makes it all worth while.
When you start the game and you are on the first level, you think you could easily beat this game in one try. But as you get further and further into the game, you realize that it's no game for little kids anymore.
The speed of the mugs flying and the customers coming and going just goes on a rampage. I get so flustered that my head just feels like it's spinning.
There are always different characters coming in and out too; punks with a tall green Mohawk, or a country girl with a bright pink cowboy hat. On one level, you have to serve an entire football team. The game just gets rapidly faster and more fun and challenging, and you never want to stop.
It's amazing how much root beer that one guy (your character) can serve in one day. The location always changes in the game as well, because at one point of the game you're in just an ordinary bar full
of locals, and at another point in the game you're on a football field at a high school, and at another point, you're in a museum full of artistic people coming to see art that just want a drink of root beer to quench their thirst.
Root Beer Tapper is such a simple game that everyone young and old, boy or girl, or talented and not so talented can play. If you are just looking for some clean simple old fashioned fun, Root Beer Tapper is the game for you. The game also has some humor, because at bonus levels in between normal levels, there are three or four root beer cans on a table. Two root beer cans are shaken, and one is left alone. The root beer cans are switched around, and your character must decide which root beer can was not shaken. If your character chooses a shaken can, the root beer explodes in his face, and the character is drenched. Seeing that just makes me giggle with delight at the humor included in this awesomely fun game. Any person that is interested in playing Root Beer Tapper can find the Nintendo sixty four game titled "Classic Arcade Games." It includes Root Beer Tapper along with your nostalgic favorites.
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Good graphics, great gameplay- what else does a game need? Serve beer to customers and also collect the mugs back. a bartender's job has never been better illustrated. I remember spending hours in vain on this game trying to beat my brother's score :)

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