Tap Troupe (タップスター Tap Star) is the 31st minigame in Rhythm Heaven Fever. It's about a Tall Tapper (you), performing with the Tap Troupe, a tap dancing group. Getting a perfect on this game earns the gift "At the Auditions" to read.
In this game, the player controls the fourth Tall Tapper in line (far right), with their face being visible near the bottom-left of the screen. When the game starts, the members of the troupe will start stepping at a steady beat. The player needs to step along with them. At certain parts of the game, a voice will say "Rea-dy!", and the tappers get on their toes and continue tapping. When this happens, the speed of tapping increases to a triplet. After a while, a voice will say "Tap, tap, tap!", requiring the player to tap on those beats, then go back to the original beat.
Hit: The Tall Tappers continue their routine. After the female voice's complex tap cues, the Tall Tappers will gleefully yell out "Okay!". Additionally, halfway through the game the Tall Tapper on the left of the group will bring out a confetti popper which launches confetti. During the last few moments of the rhythm game, the Tall Tappers will wave their arms up with their hands in an OK sign.
Barely*: A small 'tick' sound is heard when tapping off beat. The other Tall Tappers will glare at the player's Tall Tapper, annoyed. During practice, the Tall Tappers will glance over at the player. A barely counts as a miss in this game.
Miss*: The other Tall Tappers will blow a raspberry and make a embarrased face at the player's Tall Tapper. During practice, the Tall Tappers will glance over at the player.
A version of the game can be unlocked in the two player mode. It is the seventh game in it, and requires the completion on the original game and the previous two-player game, Launch Party.
The game has the first player on the far right, wearing blue shoes, and the second player on the left, wearing orange shoes. Both players have to tap along with the other two tappers. There is no main differences from the main game's pattern, other that spotlights at certain times to obscure view.