We’ve featured the 1983 game of ‘Tapper’ a number of times now, as throughout these last few months we’ve been telling everyone, that the beer serving Arcade game originally by Marvin Glass and Associates released by Bally Midway, was coming to the Amiga as an Arcade port. Well today we have another Tapper news story for you all, as Old_Bob has told us that the previously mentioned in-development Amiga version has been finished and is now available for download. As in the words of the creator “Ok, dudes. After 3 years, 4 months and 17 days since the day I began the thing, the finished game is now, at last…Time here, for a celebratory beer, or three!”

Yes indeed if you loved playing the classic game of Tapper back in the day, then Old_Bob has got you covered with this new version of ‘Tapper’ on the Commodore Amiga. Not only does it look to require an Amiga OCS with 1mb Chip Ram, but the game has high quality sound effects, upbeat Arcade music played throughout the levels , increased handicap values for the easy and normal difficulties, bonus round adding along with a high score table, and much much more you’ll just have to play via the download link below.
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