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Bop It for iPad Review

/ May 3rd, 2012 No Comments

Bop It for iPad Review

Bop It for iPad Review

Bop It for iPad Review

Remember back in the day when Bop It came out and every kid in the world just had to have one? The game was silly, funny, and a ton for the whole family to play. It actually might have been the last big battery powered hand held game (remember Simon, anyone?) ever made. But fast forwarding to 2012 let’s just enjoy games from our personal electronic devices, such as the Apple iPad and iPhone. Fortunately the folks at EA have brought Bop It back to us, this time on iOS devices.

The original Hasbro game is back in this iOS edition and is available for a normal fee in the App Store. In the game you’ll listen for commands and have to react quick to survive. You will be bopping, pulling, squeezing, flicking and much more as you make your way through the game. Much like playing with the handheld game, actions for Bop It are extremely intuitive. You will utilize finger movements, device movements and even your own voice to complete each required action.

There are many different modes for. The iOS edition of Bop It. There is the classic mode where you will just start off with some basic commands, which get more complicated as you go further and further. There is also Extreme Mode where you will have to manage up to six objects simultaneously. There is also the Blitz mode which figures out how adept you are to pull off 20 moves. Bop It for iPad and iPhone supports cooperative play as well as a head to head mode where you will play against a single friend.

Bop It Review

Bop It Review

With the cost of the game at $0.99 (VERIFY) the game is ridiculously affordable given the addictive fun you’ll be having. The game is perfect for gamers of just about all ages as young gamers around 5 should have no problem picking it up. Even grandmothers watching those five year olds, such was the case in my household, also have fun with the game. It’s one of the most easily playable games you can pick up that everyone can enjoy immediately. This really is the best trait of Bop It, since you will be able to put it in just about anyone’s hands and they will instantly be able to have some fun with the game.

Given how inexpensive Bop It is and how much fun it is to play on both the iPad and iPhone, it’s one of the more highly recommended titles we could suggest for your iPad. I you remember how much fun the original was to play then you I’ll pick up right where you left off from years ago.

Overall Ratings – Bop It for iPad











Sean W. Gibson

Sean W. Gibson

Founder, Featured Contributor at Gaming Illustrated
Sean Gibson has been the owner and Executive Editor of Gaming Illustrated for over eleven years. His roles include acting as CEO and President of Gaming Illustrated, LLC and also includes being a reviewer, previewer and interviewer. Sean's opinions on this site do not reflect those of his full-time employer.
Sean W. Gibson
Sean W. Gibson

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