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The player gets the unique chance to show her dance skills at a talent show. The dance performances are staged at venues around the world, including a barn in Dallas, an übercool London nightclub, a Chandigarh film studio or even a ballroom in St. Petersburg. At each performance, players have to convince the panel that they’re star material. But to reach the top flight of performance dancing players not only have to prove they can do the standard dance steps. Additional mini games test their advanced skills to come up with special moves to dazzle the panel with their abilities. Players use the Touchpen to tap the right move combination or scream into the microphone to make their virtual dancer do special jump moves. For each performance at the required standard, points and money are awarded, which can then be invested in new dance outfits such as a belly dancer costume or Goth-style clothing.
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