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• Players must tap either the A Button or both A and B Buttons together on their Wii Remote™ controllers in time to the music to pass each challenge. The fun and challenge of the game come from feeling the rhythm and hitting the beats accurately.
• All the games are new to this edition, though people who have played the Nintendo DS™ version might recognize familiar characters.
• In different games, players might be asked to stab a rolling pea with a fork, become a samurai and slash demons or play a game of aerial badminton – all in time to the music.
• As players become more proficient they can earn a medal for their accurate performances and unlock bonus content.
• Much of the music was created by famous Japanese pop music producer TSUNKU.
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