The Wii game is being developed by Prope, the studio set up by Sonic creator Yuji Naka, and requires gamers to lay a Wii controller on a table or box and tap their way through the game.
“Let’s Tap offers a new and innovative way of playing on the Wii which only a video game legend such as Naka-san could have ever possibly imagined,” enthused Sega’s european marketing director Gary Knight.
“It’s such a simple yet genius concept and still easy to pick up and play, everyone will be tapping away before you know it!”
Let’s Tap features various finger-tapping games, including Tap Runner, where gamers must race stickmen, a space blaster called Bubble Voyager, the music-based game Rhythm Tap, a Jenga-style puzzler called Silent Blocks, and a firework-creator entitled Visualizer.
Let’s Tap also picked up best Wii title at Tokyo Games Show 2008.