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- U-Dance is the latest innovation in dance gaming. Become your own game controller with this incredible, motion-sensing dance system
- Bust a move to some of today's most popular hit songs, performing real dance moves, like steps, slides and jumps
- As you dance virtual footprints appear on your TV screen, mirroring your every step
- Dance on your own or challenge a friend to a dynamic dance-off! Need to take a break?
- 12 popular dance songs are included
- Simply plug the console into your television (not included), attach the wireless foot tags to your feet and groove to your
- Rock out without the confines of a dance mat or game controller. You are the controller. There's no mat to step on and nothing to hold
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Tiger Electronics' U-Dance interactive video game encourages your child to get off the couch and practice real dance moves like sweeps, jumps, slides, and crossovers without the need for a mat or any other game controller. Instead, the U-Dance uses lightweight Motion Tags that slip over your child's shoes. The reflective surface on the Motion Tags is read by the Motion Tower placed next to your television and follows the movements of your child's feet.
Set-up is easy. Simply use a Philips screwdriver to insert 4 AA batteries into the battery compartment located on one of the three tower pieces, snap the three tower pieces together, and place it in front of your television. Next, connect the provided AV cables to any regular television set and slide the On/Off switch on the back of the Motion Tower to "on." Finally, slip the elastic bands of the Motion Tags over your child's shoes so that they are positioned on top of each foot. Be sure to keep pant cuffs out of the way and avoid wearing shoes with reflective detailing as this might cause interference between the Motion Tower and the Motion Tags. Now you're child is ready to get down!
Get Into The Groove
The U-Dance provides three modes of dance-oriented game play for one or two players. In the beginning, your child may find the foot-eye coordination a little difficult to get used to. So, to warm up and get familiar with the game, your child may want to start with one of two mini-game modes.
In the Lounge mode your child can practice moving with the Motion Tags by kicking lounge lizards out of the spotlight indicated on the screen. In the Workout mode they must step on diamonds while avoiding hazards on a moving treadmill. While both of the mini-game modes are entertaining, neither is as fun and exciting as the main game mode, the Dance Floor.
In this mode, your child may choose to warm up with a basic tutorial provided at the beginning of the game. Once your child has completed the tutorial they will be sent back to the main Dance Floor menu where they can choose from three difficulty levels and several upbeat songs before heading to the dance floor. On the dance floor the goal is to match foot movements with the target feet on the screen. As the song progresses, your child's progress is scored for accuracy and timing by the Dance Meter. If they successfully dance their way through a song, they will have their overall performance scored by the judges. If not, they may choose to repeat the same song or choose another from the main menu. As your child makes their way through the various songs and different levels of difficulty their performance can be saved so they can review their progress.
What's in the Box
Motion Tower, Motion Tags, and AV cables.
Top Customer Reviews
Plastic structure: It's basic hard plastic in 3 pieces that you click together. Once put together, it's VERY hard to pull apart w/the plastic tabs (manual says not to), luckily it's very small considering. It take 4 AA batteries & the lid has a small screw, not a tab closure. There is no DC plug out. The included a/v plugs are sealed into the unit w/place for it to wind around for storage. They are composite yellow for video & white for MONO sound which plugs directly to the TV. You cannot use any other cable for better a/v. The unit has a simple on/off slider switch on the back. The sensors are simple, stretchy soft fabric straps even for bare feet w/simple grey colored semi-reflective octagon top. I'm surprised it's that simple & it works great/perfect.
Video/Audio - Very simple graphics, but great choices considering all the memory/programing is somewhere small in the plastic housing. The background dancers on are a loop, but they are good choices & you don't notice while you're concentrating on the feet graphics. Knowing which is your feet & the ones you are suppose to step on is very easy to see. The background colors are bright & positive w/o being so colorful you can't see where you are suppose to go or where you are at the time. The menu is very simple & you step & hold on the "buttons" on screen to make your selection. It can do up to 12 profiles using 3 initials & it has 2 player option (take turns).Read more ›
Also, I saw Chris Brown advertise this on The Ellen Degeneres show and I immediately fell in love because I haven't the money for a Wii yet. So thanks to Chris Brown too! His 'Run It' song is on there as well as Rihanna's 'Please Don't Stop the Music'. Balls of fun people!!
The music is up to date, a bit, but then there's some old school MC Hammer "Can't Touch This' and Jackson 5 'ABC' on there, I'm 21 by the way and I can recall all the music on there. I recommend this, simply because it's fun, my friends and I were hanging out and having fun, plus all 3 of us worked up a sweat!!! lol It was great.
If I'm wrong someone tell me I'm wrong...but I know I'm right...this game rocks my socks!! lol BUY IT!! What's a little splurge in life...lol
Udance is great for creativity; I love the idea of no dancemat, and the tracking is quite good, since they censors are on your shoes, and you can do more steps (such as sidestep, slide, etc).
There are several original songs, and the celebrity endorsement by Chris Brown can vouch for those original hits and the game's quality.
It's easy to set up.
The sales are doing very well, vouching for this game's success.
While there are some original songs, others are not.
There is a total of twelve songs on this game. (For comparison, DDR has around 60-75 songs a game.)
Good or Bad:
Since this game is it's own system; you will have to have this device taking up lots of space for only one game (as far as we know at the moment), but you also don't need another system to play it.
Three levels of play; no more, no less.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You'll feel like you're playing a Dance Dance Revolution knock-off on technology that lands somewhere between an original NES and a Super Nintendo. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. Perry
I loved it when I bought it several years ago, it was amazing for the price and generally amazing game, played it for so long! Read morePublished on March 5, 2014 by Eliran
Man you get a fun workout with this, kids love it too! good bonding time. worked awesome, and easy to doPublished on June 29, 2013 by Theresa
My daughter is a HUGE fan of Chris Brown and is an athlete so this is a great combination of both. She can love his music and get an amazing work out at the same time!!Published on December 29, 2011 by dirobrey
Bought the U-DANCE for my 7 year old b'day grandkid and had it shipped to them in Texas.
Feedback is that she wanted this and loves my present. Read more
I bought this game because Nintendo Wiis are really expensive, and it's annoying to have to buy games for it. I have to say that this is a great alternative. Read morePublished on August 4, 2011 by Rei
For the price, this was a good little toy - and our kids liked it for a couple weeks. But now that we have a Wii it was really just superfluous and we've given it away. Read morePublished on January 31, 2011 by rolfdenver
Reviewers age 10-13 and 40+
- Helps keep you fit and active
- Better than the "mat" dance games because there is more... Read more