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40 all-new dances led by real kids!
For the first time ever, Just Dance Kids 2 is on Kinect™ for Xbox 360®!
Just Dance Kids 2 on Kinect™ features 40 fun and crazy dance routines designed especially for kids, with songs they love! Includes covers of today's hottest hits for older kids, like "Love Me," "Whip My Hair," and "Just The Way You Are." Also included are popular songs from kids' favorite TV shows and movies, such as "Despicable Me," and "The Robot Song" from Yo Gabba Gabba. Plus, Just Dance Kids 2 includes mixes of classic kids songs like "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" and "The Hokey Pokey" for younger kids to enjoy.
With Just Dance Kids 2 on Kinect, kids can take the spotlight and be a dancing star on TV! Only on Kinect, kids can record their own music videos and then compete to their own unique dances with family and friends with the CREATE feature.
With variety of different kid-friendly modes and no controller needed, Just Dance Kids 2 on the Kinect keeps kids dancing all day long, and keeps Moms happy by engaging kids in active play and exercise (in disguise!). Just Dance Kids 2 gets kids of all ages up and dancing with colorful graphics, super-fun dance moves, and kid-friendly gameplay for 1-2 players!
© 2011 Ubisoft Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. Just Dance, Ubisoft, Ubi.com, and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the U.S. and/or other countries. Xbox 360 and the Kinect is a trademark of the Microsoft group of companies and is used under license from Microsoft.
Platform: Xbox 360
|Length: 4:47 Mins|
What better way to exercise with your kids than to dance to pop music? They don't see it as exercise and I burn a few calories too. Win win....Published 1 month ago by Ms.Candylope
Mt two nieces love this game not to complicated for a 5 yr old she plays it all the time!Published 3 months ago by Corey
The technology is so outdated (with no way to update it) that it is extremely frustrating to use. The children (more often than not) are keenly disappointed when attempting it's... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wanda Bowring