The Atari 2600 version of the classic arcade game, Tapper, is actually surprisingly good. It was developed by Bally Midway and published by Sega in 1984.
The graphics, although chunky, do at least represent the arcade original’s visuals quite well and the gameplay is as good as you could hope for on Atari‘s diminutive console.
The aim of the game is to keep serving drinks to an ever-increasing number of customers while at the same time trying to collect their empty glasses. An intermission game sees you attempting to select the right can of soda from six mixed-up cans – five of which have been shaken-up and will explode in your face if you make the wrong choice.
Although this is by no means the best home version of Tapper available, it at least does the Atari 2600 proud.
More: Tapper on Wikipedia
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