While many consider the 'secret handshake' as a modern day phenomenon that is often associated with the 'cooler' sporting teams, it originates from a time way before the days of the Harlem Globetrotters. The Freemasons Society have been reported as having twelve different secret greetings but there are references that go back to biblical times. The modern day equivalent is the hand 'slap' and Slap It Up is a new, entertaining and unique memory game for iOS that encourages you to create custom 'slaps.' Challenge your friends to match your efforts and share your unique 'slaps' with your favorite social network or by email.
There's no doubt that social game is on the up and up and here is a social game that will bring out the 'cool' in the best of us. Whether you create them on your own or with a group of friends, Slap It Up lets you make up your own custom 'slaps' and share them via iPhone, SMS Text, E-mail, Facebook and Twitter. You might want to put some 'slaps' together with a group of friends, your sports or frat team, your company or anyone else and it doesn't matter if they are in the house next door or on the other side of the world. Network and interact with others users and rate and share their 'slaps' or take on the challenge mode and analyze and copying of the most elaborate of "slap" sequences. Finally, score points for your great memory as you recreate tricky 'slap' sequences but, if you are playing against some of the experts here, you are going to be pushed to the limit. Slap It Up is an addictive and good looking game that you can play with friends and family as well as all the 'bro's' out there.
There are two versions of Slap It Up - a free version and a platinum version - of this unusual game for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The basic idea Is to create custom hand 'slaps' and share them with your friends on social networks but it's the challenge mode that makes it far more interesting. Here is where you watch and try to memorize a video and then recreate the often complex 'slap' sequences in the correct order on your device. And you'd better get good at it because you don't get much time and the opposition is good...but then again, I'm just a poor white boy with no rhythm.