Mad For Dance - Taptap Dance 4+

A tiny club in my pocket

Birdletter inc.,

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 12K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



No matter the time or place, there have always been dance clubs.
A fascinating party through the ages!
"The party starts with the tap of your finger!"

As your DJ's skill improves, more Clubbers will join your party.
The stylish Clubbers from all over the world and throughout time boast outstanding dancing skills and fashion sense.
Please join us at the most exciting party of all time! The spotlight on the dance floor is all yours.

How to Play
① Simply tap your screen to produce Beats.
② Use Beats to upgrade the DJ and your club.
③ Invite Clubbers and celebrities from around the world.

Key Features
Back to the future - enjoy the music and club ambiance from past to present
Characters - 3D characters with unique style and dance moves
Music - play to the rhythm of Jazz, Rock'n'Roll, Disco, Hiphop, and EDM
Interaction - enjoy watching your club grow and transform as you play

What’s New

Version 2.0.30

-New halloween theme
-Fixed minor bugs

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
12K Ratings

12K Ratings

StavrosTheHun ,


After 2 months I’ve finally gotten all of the dancers. It was a really fun game, and I still have achievements left, but without anymore dancers to buy they will take quite a long time to get. Thoughts and tips: currently at same price level of cocktails and DJ, my taps do 1000 times less than just one cocktail tick, even with level 11 statue of richness. And at my best I can only get about 32 taps per second with long swipe iAP, buffs going and level 11 tap statue (forgot name). This makes only the third skill useful. So endgame, cocktails dominate. The first skill is not worded correctly, it doesn’t add beats per tap, and leveling it up only adds one minute to its duration per level. I wouldn’t advise leveling it at all. I wasted 1400 stars on it before figuring that out. The statue that lowers skill cooldowns maxes at 50%. If you’re reading this devs, please add beats per tap to the first skill like it says and each 25 DJ levels give it 200% instead of 100% boost. I believe that will make taps more useful.

Lover of smurfs (: ,

Such a Cook Concept and Game

This game is SO ADDICTIVE! I love the music and the animations. The character are great too and I love choosing which one I want and guessing their dance by their description next to them. I’ve played this game for a few while now and I’m finally at the 70s Club! My only complaint is that it seems like the Jazz Club was a prefect challenge and balanced, the Rock n Roll was a little more difficult which I guess I could expect because it is the next level. But now I’m on the 70s club and it not impossible to buy clubbers but I have noticed that it seems like all of a sudden they got WAY more expensive than usual. I wouldn’t like the game too easy I do like a challenge but at the end of the day it’s a tap game that’s supposed to be more on the fun side I feel. I really do love this game. Maybe just lighten up on the Ads a little and make clubbers not as expensive.

Tylersawesome ,

A re-skin of another game.

The game is without a doubt, quite polished and appears to bring unique ideas to the idle/clicker genre. However, all these ideas are stolen. It does not even attempt to hide that it is a desk in of a game called AbyssRuim.

What exactly is the same? Everything. The game starts off with each click giving 10 currency, just like in AbyssRuim. The abbreviations for different magnitudes of numbers, such as A, B, AA, etc. are also the exact same. The cocktail tab is in the exact same format as the coral tab in AbyssRuim, and the Clubber tab has the EXACT same mechanics as the Fish tab in AbyssRuim. Even the camera icon in this game is placed in the same exact location as it is in AbyssRuim.

Ultimately, this game is good, but only because it’s not this developers game. The developers knew what they were doing and are the scum that are ruining the App Store by filling it with terrible ripoffs that are meant to prey and capitalize on others creative works. This game in particular is one of the worst examples, as I’ve never seen such a blatant re skin gain such popularity, with people calling it “unique” and “a great game.” I believe this game is treading on the boundary of copyright infringement, but not quite there.

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