Yes, we have a lovely touch pad to make use of, but such minimalist titles have no place on systems that cost multiple hundreds of coin to secure - never mind the qualifiers of actual game quality and price.
Speaking of which, Nintendo's "Switch tax" (where anything on their system is always priced higher than the competition because reasons) is in full force, selling Rudymical for three times the cost of its listing on your mobile phone.
Add gameplay gets real repetitive really fast, and once you've changed the context from "cool thing I can play for 5 minutes on the train" to "I thought this was based on a 2D pixel platform actioner? OH... it's a swipe-heavy rhythm game?!", that disappointment sets in REAL fast.