We proposed a multi-class tactile brain-computer interface that utilizes stimulus-induced oscillatory dynamics. It was hypothesized that somatosensory attention can modulate tactile induced oscillation changes, which can decode different sensation attention tasks. Subjects performed four tactile attention tasks, prompted by cues presented in random order and while both wrists were simultaneously stimulated: 1) selective sensation on left hand (SS-L), 2) selective sensation on right hand (SS-R), 3) bilateral selective sensation (SS-B), and 4) selective sensation suppressed or idle state (SS-S). The classification accuracy between SS-L and SS-R (79.9±8.7%) was comparable with that of a previous tactile BCI system based on selective sensation. Moreover, the accuracy could be improved to an average of 90.3±4.9% by optimal class-pair and frequency-band selection. Three-class discrimination had accuracy of 75.2±8.3%, with the best discrimination reached for the classes SS-L, SS-R and SS-S. Finally, four classes were classified with accuracy of 59.4±7.3%. These results show that the proposed system is a promising new paradigm for multi-class BCI.