Tapper - Arcade beer drinking classic conversion gets an improved Amiga Demo

One game that many people remember so fondly that's all about serving patrons in a pub, was that classic game 'Tapper'; a game by Marvin Glass and Associates released by Bally Midway, all those years ago in the Arcades in 1983. In fact this game also appeared on the Atari 2600, Atari 8bit, Amstrad CPC, BBC MICRO, C64, MSX and yes even the ZX Spectrum. So why is this fine Arcade game getting a mention yet again on IRN? Old_Bob has been had at work with his Amiga conversion, and since yesterday has released an updated demo for you to try!

Yes indeed thanks once more to a heads up by Saberman, we've been told Tapper is not only fully playable with all the rounds included, just missing sound, but as of this week you can download the updated demo below requiring just an Amiga OCS with 1mb of Chip Ram.... In terms of the gameplay : Tapper puts the player in the boots of a bartender who must serve eager, thirsty patrons (before their patience expires) while collecting empty mugs and tips!

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