How to play:
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How to play Tap What I Tap!
Any number of people can play, but keeping the group to no larger than six is best.
Set your phones to Do-Not-Disturb and, if you're all in the same room, place your phones face up on a table so everyone can see every other player's screen.
Decide who goes first (let's refer to this person as Player One).
To start, Player One taps ONLY one tile on their screen to flip it over. It doesn't matter which tile, but it can only be one tile, and everyone should be able to see the tile that was flipped by Player One.
Player two must tap the same exact tile on their screen. And so must Player's three, four, fIve, and six.
Only after all six (for this example) players have the same tile flipped over can Player One tap their second tile to try to make a match with the first tile on their board. At this point, one of two things will happen: either both tiles will be a match and remain face up, or they will not match and flip back over to hide their contents.
Regardless of what happens, once everyone sees Player One's results, they can each take their turn to─ once again─ tap the same exact second tile on their own boards, as the one tapped by Player one.
If anyone's tiles match, great!
The game continues in this way and can go as fast or as slow as the players want. The winner is the first person to flip all their tiles to match.
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