An impressive timekiller, which ensures that the gamer is immersed in a dynamic and exciting gameplay. We exterminate the appearing monsters, we get for it a well-deserved reward, and we also strive to improve the parameters of the protagonist as quickly as possible. The Tap Tap Devil project is not able to offer a clear story, a mission system and impracticable conditions. The user only has to tap on the monsters that appear in the field of view, thus killing them and replenishing their account with virtual gold. Sounds, of course, quite boring and fresh, but in reality the application is able to give a lot of emotions, no worse than popular action games. Well, it's time to go to the exciting and dangerous game universe! Speaking frankly, the authors of the Tap Tap Devil project did not bother to create something completely new, but simply borrowed the mechanics of the standard "clicker", making the main bet on fights with numerous enemies. By the way, the opponents are quite diverse and in the process of pumping the protagonist they also undergo some changes, becoming stronger and bigger. Without bosses, of course, the same in the game did not happen. Helping the protagonist in his liberation movement will be assistants, automatically attacking the enemies. But in order to acquire such assistants will have to spend a fairly impressive amount of money, fortunately virtual, and not real.
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Allows the app to configure the local Bluetooth device, and to discover and pair with remote devices.
Allows the app to connect to and disconnect from Wi-Fi access points and to make changes to device configuration for Wi-Fi networks.
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