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IGN UK: Let's Tap Preview

SEGA's touting Let's Tap as "the world's first controller-free game", which sounds miraculous, even if it's not technically true. You see, while the game doesn't require direct physical contact with the Wii's remote, you interact with Let's Tap by – unsurprisingly - tapping your fingers. Having placed your controller face-down on a flat surface (such as a cardboard box), the remote's accelerometer registers the speed and pressure of your taps then translates them into on-screen actions. It's completely alien at first – and certainly, extended play doesn't exactly diminish the oddity of the experience – but it's also strangely intuitive too.

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