Watanabe Studios Recently Launched a Fun Filled Game Called ZIG ZAG TAP TAP TAXI

For immediate Release: ZIG ZAG TAP TAP TAXI is a super exciting and an endless level based game released by the Watanabe Studios. In this game, you can find more than 100 levels. This is basically a car game, where the player needs to touch and hold the screen to build the road. Afterwards, it is important to release the touch to place the road and if the road is too long or too short, the car will fall. So, basically, to win this game you need to build the road by touching what is proper. So for you try to move through all the platforms to reach the end of the level, also you can collect coins to unlock new themes, skins, and platform types. New skins for your taxi or car would be more exciting for you.

ZIG ZAG TAP TAP TAXI has so many exciting features which users would love to experience. First of all, it is has very addictive one-touch gameplay, so you can play without getting bored. The user can smoothly control the game with their fingers and the graphics are super amazing and eye-catching with blocky style. The user can unlock 6 types of platforms which are ready to unlock. Also, it has so many exciting levels. You can earn a reward every ninth day for better retention, also you can watch advertisements to earn more coins. Around fifteen skins are ready to unlock. Which the user can unlock by using their coins and you can share this game on Facebook or Twitter to add friends and they can also play.

The zig-zag tap tap taxi is available on the Google Play Store worldwide for free:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.PPP.ZigZagTapTapTaxi

Contact:

Name: Watanabe Studios

Email: pressplaypepper@gmail.com

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