In a world overrun by evil Titans, it is up to you to slay them and restore peace and order. How do you do it? You must tap!
Tap to attack, tap to slay, tap to collect gold, tap to hire heroes.
Tap to activate devastating skills, tap to unlock powerful auras, tap to summon mysterious artifacts.
Tap to explore beautiful worlds, tap to meet helpful fairies, tap to revive heroes, tap to collect lost treasures.
Keep tapping away. You are our last and only hope!
* HIRE 33 animated heroes to help you along your journey
* DEFEAT 60 unique and destructive monsters
* EXPLORE 10 beautiful, hand-crafted environments
* PRESTIGE to new worlds to collect relics used to buy precious artifacts
* SUMMON 30 powerful artifacts to give your heroes special abilities
- GDPR Compliant
Ratings and Reviews
Welcome to the Hackers Hall of Fame!
I really want to love this game, and do love many aspects of it, but even after numerous communications to the developers (with only limited and extraordinarily slow response in return) I remain immensely frustrated by the effect of hacker/cheaters in tournaments, and especially the extremely obvious ones in the Heroes Tournaments!
Better rule enforcement is needed to prevent individuals from exceeding the limits of normal gameplay to rise to the top of the tournament roster with end-game levels within the first hour or two of the tournament, and clearly with several times the scores of the best normal players below them. I have screenshots from numerous tournaments that clearly demonstrate that this is happening, and continue to forward them to the developers, but without any apparent concern on their part to update Tap Titans against the hacks, now that Tap Titans 2 is out. It is totally unfair to all the players who are trying to play the original game fairly!
Unfair play aside, this game has many worthy attributes, and would otherwise be worthy of a top rating. Developers, please fix the hacker problem, for as long as this shameful situation continues, it stands as a black mark against your prowess as programmers, and lowers our interest in any of Game Hives's other offerings!
It's a pretty good time waster. It's fun pushing the limit to see how far you can get before you prestige. Each time you prestige, you get X amount of relics. The amount of relics you earn is based off of your characters level, your group level, and the stage in the game you reach. You use the relics to buy artifacts which give you a variety of bonuses such as additional damage, or more dropped gold while playing. It's a pretty fun game, but can get boring. When it gets boring for me, I just let my characters grind for me offline, and when I open the game again, level them up, advance to a stage proportionate to my team's strength, and close the game. So either way you want to play, I think it's fun. I did buy the lowest possible amount of diamonds to get rid of the ads, so it makes the game a little more bearable. One final bit, I would not recommend spending diamonds on anything except buying things for your character, and there's no need to actually spend cash for diamonds. You get plenty of free ones in game through drops, events, ads, and weekly login awards.
Fun game, Bad Math
After having a good time for a few days and realizing the progressive difficulty I decided to start trying read the descriptions of the upgrades and do things more strategically. However upon doing so I realized that as you mindlessly do upgrades to all your heroes, the upgrades don't work right. Do an upgrade on a hero for 250% DPS increase and their damage goes from 10.0 to 11.5. The upgrades that add 0.4% of hero DPS to Tap Damage actually adds 40%, so Tap Damage is insanely powerful. In the end though this breaks the game. It should be a gradual progression each run should get you a little bit further, however because of the math errors I have been stuck at 510 for about 10 runs with no sign of improvement. I realized that if you just upgrade your heroes with the 0.4% upgrade then upgrading your actual Tap Damage does absolutely nothing. I literally left it at 1 until I hit stage 510, then upgraded it to 1700 and it was the exact same damage.
TLDR: Good Game, but currently Broken.
- Game Hive Corporation
- 390.5 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2016 Game Hive Corporation
- In-App Purchases
- 180 Diamonds $1.99
- 500 Diamonds $4.99
- 1200 Diamonds $9.99
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