Let’s Tap Travels to the Dark Side of the Moon

I’m really digging Sega’s latest experimental Wii game, Let’s Tap.  In fact, the game inspired me to do a little experimenting of my own so I decided to rig up the Wii remote to some speakers and make a video of what this neat little peice of software can do!

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