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In We Dance people can dance to 40 smash-hit songs, including classic floor-fillers and modern hits like Love Shack by the B-52s, Boys and Girls by Pixie Lott, Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit by Fedde Le Grande, Rhythm is a Dancer by Snap!, Spice Up Your Life by Spice Girls, Hey Ya! by Outkast and Car Wash by Rose Royce.

The songs span four decades of music ensuring there is something to suit all tastes, and thanks to clearly labelled Star Ratings, there’s something for all abilities. Furthermore, all dance steps have been carefully choreographed by a team of professional dancers for a realistic and accurate game experience.

Key features of We Dance include three different styles of play – using the Wii Remote™, using the dance mat accessory, such as Nordic Games’ “Star Mat”, or a combination of both – making it the most challenging and rewarding dancing game on the market.

Supporting up to four players dancing simultaneously, the game also features Warm-Up sessions, Party Games, Dance TV jukebox mode, Dance School tutorials and performance statistics.
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