dave_matthews_revenge screenFans of the Dave Matthews Band will be pleased to hear that Tapulous has just released Dave Matthews Band Revenge [App Store], the latest release in the highly popular Tap Tap Revenge music / rhythm game series.

The game brings the following features:

  • 10 smash hits from Dave Matthews Band, including two hot new singles off their upcoming album: Funny The Way It Is, Shake Me Like A Monkey, Tripping Billies, Everyday, Ants Marching, American Baby, Crash Into Me, What Would You Say, So Much To Say, Two Step
  • New themes, graphics and effects, inspired by Dave Matthews Band videos and discography
  • Four addictive difficulty levels, each with unlockable boss tracks
  • Superior stability, multi-player mode, a Dave Matthews Band news feed, and Facebook Connect to flaunt your scores to the World

Fans of the series may also want to have a look at Tapulous' Tap Tap Coldplay [App Store], which was released last month.  It features themes and effects inspired by Coldplay's videos, along with the following tracks: Lovers in Japan (Osaka Sun Mix), Lost, In My Place, Fix You, Life in Technicolor II, Clocks, Yellow, Shiver, Speed of Sound, Viva la Vida, Viva la Vida (Thin White Duke Remix).

App Store Links: Dave Matthews Band Revenge, $4.99, Tap Tap Coldplay, $4.99

TouchArcade Rating

  • http://www.touchmiphone.com matt

    Tap Tap+ DMB= Awesome

  • http://www.touchmiphone.com matt

    Tap Tap+ DMB= Awesome

  • pante

    this is the first "tap tap" game i will buy.

    dave matthews band thank you for your music!

  • pante

    this is the first "tap tap" game i will buy.

    dave matthews band thank you for your music!

  • JAY STATS

    ABOUT TIME,SOME GOOD MUSIC FOR THE SERIES,THANKS TO APPLE STORE & DMB,MY GOOD BUDDY COACH THANKS YOU TOO!

  • JAY STATS

    ABOUT TIME,SOME GOOD MUSIC FOR THE SERIES,THANKS TO APPLE STORE & DMB,MY GOOD BUDDY COACH THANKS YOU TOO!

  • Spindler

    I honestly can't think of a band whose music is less appealing than Dreary Matthews Band.

  • Spindler

    I honestly can't think of a band whose music is less appealing than Dreary Matthews Band.

  • mrWalrus

    If ever there was a word I associated with Dave Matthews Band it was 'Revenge'.

  • mrWalrus

    If ever there was a word I associated with Dave Matthews Band it was 'Revenge'.

  • Jaison Biagini

    thank goodness!! i'm not alone in my general dislike for dave mathews!! that music and his awful singing makes me get acid reflux. i don't actually throw up but get that vomit taste in my mouth!!

    • dmbLOL

      Exactly, all fans of DMB are pindicks.

  • Jaison Biagini

    thank goodness!! i'm not alone in my general dislike for dave mathews!! that music and his awful singing makes me get acid reflux. i don't actually throw up but get that vomit taste in my mouth!!

    • dmbLOL

      Exactly, all fans of DMB are pindicks.

  • smear

    now frat boys and other potential date rapists have a tap tap game to play!

  • smear

    now frat boys and other potential date rapists have a tap tap game to play!

  • http://www.leighlo.com Leigh!

    This is easily the most fun Tap Tap I've played yet.

  • http://www.leighlo.com Leigh!

    This is easily the most fun Tap Tap I've played yet.

  • T-Billies

    NOW NOW NOW, yes the singles are not always the best but I would not call the music dreary....unless of course you only listen to the singles and base your entire notion of the band's 20 year history on that....which is pretty week.
    A band this successful and popular would not have that status if it was a dreary band....listen to tripping billies, stay, so much to say, what would you say, ants marching, shake me like a monkey, too much, ect and try to show me dreary.
    Immediately bought tap tap and by the way I am not a frat boy or some guy who yells, "I LOVE YOU DAVE!" at his concerts....just a big fan who appreciates amazing talent as this band has....no other band can touch it!

    • dmbfan1192

      I love their music too but I have to say that it's counter productive to say that you shouldn't only base them on the singles and then name a whole bunch of singles. Anyway they have great music but don't see the point of buying when I already have the music. I'd rather pay $10 for one tap tap that I can play all of my music in (ex. phase).

    • Zarile3

      it hasn't been 20 years (18 years) but I agree with you T billies.

      DMB is not at all dreary. The majority of it is very upbeat and happy. Especially older stuff from albums like Under the table and dreaming, or Crash.

      I realize myself that a lot of people hate DMB, for whatever reason it is, it usually seems to be some sort of jealousy involved. Oh well.

      And I don't see where your getting the date rapists, or really, the frat guy thing from. The frat thing was years ago, when they first broke out. Now it's mainly solid and original fans, that have stuck with DMB since the beginning. The date rape thing, I have no answer for that one, no idea where that came from. Not sure if you had a bad date rape experience, and the guy listened to dmb or what, but I have no idea where that came from.

      • dmbLOL

        Jealousy? What a dickwad you really are, you tool.

      • T-Billies

        I said that as it was in the before comments and it has been 20 years.....they first played together in 1989!

      • Zarile3

        Actually, Dave worked with Mat hoffman in 1990, matt told Dave to contact Carter beauford about recording a demo. Dave also contacted Leroi Moore and they began recording there first demo in 1991. The three hadn't played before then. In fact, Dave only knew Carter because Carter was in a jazz band that played at the bar that dave bartended at. The first ep was released in 1993, and it was a live release.

        Also, loldmb, I didn't mean the majority of people that bash dmb are jealous of the fans, but jealous of the sheer talent that the members of the band possess. If you can't at least admit that each of them is very talented at what they do, then please go back to listening to britney spears or something, as you obviously can't appreciate talent for what it is, whether you like them or not.

  • T-Billies

    NOW NOW NOW, yes the singles are not always the best but I would not call the music dreary....unless of course you only listen to the singles and base your entire notion of the band's 20 year history on that....which is pretty week.
    A band this successful and popular would not have that status if it was a dreary band....listen to tripping billies, stay, so much to say, what would you say, ants marching, shake me like a monkey, too much, ect and try to show me dreary.
    Immediately bought tap tap and by the way I am not a frat boy or some guy who yells, "I LOVE YOU DAVE!" at his concerts....just a big fan who appreciates amazing talent as this band has....no other band can touch it!

    • dmbfan1192

      I love their music too but I have to say that it's counter productive to say that you shouldn't only base them on the singles and then name a whole bunch of singles. Anyway they have great music but don't see the point of buying when I already have the music. I'd rather pay $10 for one tap tap that I can play all of my music in (ex. phase).

    • Zarile3

      it hasn't been 20 years (18 years) but I agree with you T billies.

      DMB is not at all dreary. The majority of it is very upbeat and happy. Especially older stuff from albums like Under the table and dreaming, or Crash.

      I realize myself that a lot of people hate DMB, for whatever reason it is, it usually seems to be some sort of jealousy involved. Oh well.

      And I don't see where your getting the date rapists, or really, the frat guy thing from. The frat thing was years ago, when they first broke out. Now it's mainly solid and original fans, that have stuck with DMB since the beginning. The date rape thing, I have no answer for that one, no idea where that came from. Not sure if you had a bad date rape experience, and the guy listened to dmb or what, but I have no idea where that came from.

      • dmbLOL

        Jealousy? What a dickwad you really are, you tool.

      • T-Billies

        I said that as it was in the before comments and it has been 20 years.....they first played together in 1989!

      • Zarile3

        Actually, Dave worked with Mat hoffman in 1990, matt told Dave to contact Carter beauford about recording a demo. Dave also contacted Leroi Moore and they began recording there first demo in 1991. The three hadn't played before then. In fact, Dave only knew Carter because Carter was in a jazz band that played at the bar that dave bartended at. The first ep was released in 1993, and it was a live release.

        Also, loldmb, I didn't mean the majority of people that bash dmb are jealous of the fans, but jealous of the sheer talent that the members of the band possess. If you can't at least admit that each of them is very talented at what they do, then please go back to listening to britney spears or something, as you obviously can't appreciate talent for what it is, whether you like them or not.

  • Alan
    • dmbLOL

      It's the whitest band ever, which is saying something considering 3 of the members are black, and Dave Matthews is literally an African American (born in South Africa). His music can be heard in Whole Foods stores, Live Earth concerts, or blasting from the speakers of open-topped Jeeps parked on curbs everywhere. The typical fan is either some dude wearing khaki cargo shorts replete with dangling rock climbing hooks, even though he doesn't hike because he can't afford to drive his gas-guzzling Jeep, or some chick with huge boobs, buck teeth, and an ankle-length floral skirt that she twirls around like an idiot because she thinks her awesome boobs give her enough social capital to make up for the buck teeth and hairy toes (they don't).

  • Alan
    • dmbLOL

      It's the whitest band ever, which is saying something considering 3 of the members are black, and Dave Matthews is literally an African American (born in South Africa). His music can be heard in Whole Foods stores, Live Earth concerts, or blasting from the speakers of open-topped Jeeps parked on curbs everywhere. The typical fan is either some dude wearing khaki cargo shorts replete with dangling rock climbing hooks, even though he doesn't hike because he can't afford to drive his gas-guzzling Jeep, or some chick with huge boobs, buck teeth, and an ankle-length floral skirt that she twirls around like an idiot because she thinks her awesome boobs give her enough social capital to make up for the buck teeth and hairy toes (they don't).

  • AJ E.

    Why do you all judge music by type of people that may happen to listen to it?

    I think DMB has genuine talent, and uniqueness. I don't care who may enjoy listening to it.

    • Zarile3

      agreed. It's funny that if you dress a certain way, you are seen as a specific type of person, and your only allowed to listen to a certain type of music.

      Also, I am not saying DMB needs to seen for there talent just because I am a fan. I don't like Christina Aguilera, but I can certainly admit that the women has a fantastic voice, and is very talented.

  • AJ E.

    Why do you all judge music by type of people that may happen to listen to it?

    I think DMB has genuine talent, and uniqueness. I don't care who may enjoy listening to it.

    • Zarile3

      agreed. It's funny that if you dress a certain way, you are seen as a specific type of person, and your only allowed to listen to a certain type of music.

      Also, I am not saying DMB needs to seen for there talent just because I am a fan. I don't like Christina Aguilera, but I can certainly admit that the women has a fantastic voice, and is very talented.