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This is about the series called Just Dance. For other listings of Just Dance, visit Just Dance (disambiguation).

The Just Dance series is a series of videogames having players follow the dance moves the dancer(s) on the screen are doing. It's first release has had major critcism. Despite this, it has become a big franchise and has became popular with all types of demographics. 

GamesEdit

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Main SeriesEdit

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Just Dance Kids seriesEdit

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Just Dance Kids is also referred to as Dance Juniors outside of NTSC, while Just Dance Kids 2 is also referred to as Just Dance Kids outside of NTSC.

Just Dance Wii seriesEdit

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Other GamesEdit

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AppsEdit

GamesEdit

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OtherEdit

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ModesEdit

These are the most prominent modes to appear in the series.

Just SweatEdit

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The Just Sweat mode is where the players get tracked down on how much they're working out. The mode has changed throughout the games, but its overall goal stays the same.

MedleyEdit

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A Medley is a mode that has a dance mix featuring 5 dances all put into 1. There have been 3 types of Medleys shown in its course: the regular one with Solo dances, a Duet Medley, and a Dance Crew Medley.

Simon SaysEdit

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Simon Says is a mode where the player(s) follow what their "gauge" tells them to. They earn or lose points depending on how well they followed the command. Other modes appear in some games that are similarly done like Simon Says, but differently named.

Non-Stop ShuffleEdit

The Non-Stop Shuffle mode is a mode where the players can dance to songs non-stop without any interruptions. This works for all the songs in that game except for DLC if any is in the player's game. A modified version of the mode called Speed Shuffle appeared in Just Dance 3 where the same concept happened, but the songs were shortened.

Puppet Master/Party MasterEdit

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The Puppet Master mode is a mode where 1 player takes control of what dance move to appear next in the song. The player can also choose if they want the others to Strike A Pose and give points on who did the best at that pose. Starting in Just Dance 2014, the mode was updated and renamed as the Party Master, which allowed the controller to switch songs during the the mode.

World Dance FloorEdit

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The World Dance Floor mode is able to let people play online with each other, having themed teams and up to 8 players playing together online at the same time

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