Tapulous, maker of the popular Tap Tap Revenge
rhythm games for iPhone, has announced
the arrival of the latest entry in the series: Nickelback Revenge
. Now, this normally wouldn't rate very high on our interest-o-meters, if not for the critical comments about music games made by Nickelback signer Chad Kroeger back in late 2008, telling gamers to "put down the Guitar Hero
" and start real bands.
Today, Kroeger is signing a different tune. "The combination of our music and Tapulous' gameplay is very cool," the band's frontman said of the game. "We're excited to give our fans a fun, interactive way to experience our music." Surely not more fun or interactive than playing a real guitar, in a real band. Right, Chad? Right
Hey, at least Nickelback hasn't let its music appear in any other music games, let alone one that uses plastic guitars. What
Nickelback Revenge (Tapulous, $4.99): App Store Link