Mad For Dance: Taptap Dance is a new clicker game for the iOS and Android platform where you manage a dance club, fill it up with VIP guests, make music to earn beats, and even upgrade your dance club from past eras to future eras.
Read on for some tips, cheats, hints, strategies, and tricks for Mad For Dance: Taptap Dance!
Your three main upgrades from early on in the game are upgrading your DJ, buying new cocktails, or upgrading existing cocktails. Your DJ controls how much you earn per tap, and you need him or her to be at a certain level in order to unlock specific cocktails.
Cocktails earn you idle money; sit and do nothing, and your customers will continue earning you money with their cocktail purchases.
With both your DJ and your cocktails, be sure to upgrade them to levels that are multiples of 25 so that you can claim your doubler bonus. This bonus goes whether you hit level 25 or level 725; every time you upgrade to a level that’s a multiple of 25, you get the doubler bonus for free.
Stars are the premium currency of the game. If you want to earn more stars, complete achievements; you can find them under the trophy icon in the top right corner of the screen.
Stars can buy temporary boosts in the store, but a better use of stars is to attract VIPs to your club so that you can have more overall clubbers, and so that you can upgrade to the next club era more quickly.
Additionally, some achievements will allow you to claim a permanent beat doubler for completing them. Not only will each new clubber that you add to your nightclub double your beats per second and per tap, but these achievements will, as well.
If you don’t want to spend stars but you still want a good quick bonus, hit the shop area and claim the instant beats for watching an ad video; hit your cocktail doublers before you do this though so that you can claim as many beats as possible, because after you watch the video once, you have to wait fifteen minutes to do it again.
Once you have enough clubbers on the floor, you can open up a new club. The new club opens alongside your old club, and you can change eras as often as you’d like in order to upgrade both eras. The DJ and drinks will keep their levels; the main differences will be a range of new VIPs and clubbers to add to your club.
Each time you unlock another 25 clubbers, you can get a new era of club. 25 earns you the 1950s rock club, for example, while 50 clubbers will unlock you the 1970s disco club.