Barron’s Tap That Redemption Game Debuts At IAAPA

Posted On: 11/25/2017

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BUFFALO, NY – The latest redemption from Barron Games combines the play appeal of two of the company’s most popular games:  Tap That, the skill-based game offers many of the same player pleasing elements found in QuadAir Multiplayer and Catch the Light Combo.

Tap That challenges players to tap one of seven flashing buttons when lit. Points are scored for hitting the correct button and subtracted for hitting the wrong one. The game includes a 55” high definition screen at the center of the tabletop playfield that tracks the action and calculates scoring. Standard timed gameplay includes a trio of rounds per competition.

"It’s the kind of multi-player game that has proven itself in the industry. It can be played by a single player or with friends," said Barron’s Alyssa Chawgo. "The play is very intuitive and appeals to a wide demographic."

Chawgo added that large center screen on which scores are tallied also acts as an attraction for spectators and potential players. The screen's displays points added and subtracted via innovative graphic video game style representation. Points are added to totals as bursting bubbles as well as numerals.

Tap That measures 60" D. x 60” W. x 30" H. It ships with four Entropy 2000 ticket dispensers and four coin mechs. It also supports bill acceptors as well as card readers, and features a full range of operator-adjustable settings and ticket rewards.


IAAPA Debut: The Barron Games’ Gio Sietz, Greg Bacorn, Alyssa Chawgo, Anna Bacorn, and Sean Seefeldt show off their company’s latest offering, Tap That, during the recent IAAPA Attractions Expo