Monday, March 20, 2017

The History of Dance Contest

What is up CP Fans, Crzypengu here with the latest updates. We only have less than a month left to experience the desktop version of Club Penguin and throughout the Month of March I will be putting out a new piece of History about every single mini-game that is on Club Penguin and today we will be having a look at the game Dance Contest.

Dance Contest is a mini-game that was first released on January 15, 2009 and can be found in the Dance Club. The game all together is intended to be played for 1 to 4 players and is based off of the Dance Dance Revolution games, but instead of you dancing you have to use the keyboard. In this game the player will see different arrows pointing in different directions which will tell you which keys you need to press as they float upwards on the screen and will pass colored markers. You must accurately predict each time an arrow gets into the markers and press that key in order to score points and will help increase the amount of coins you will get in the game. There are possibilities of gaining big combos going over 100 and will increase the score and amount of coins you will get as long as you do not miss any keys or make any mistakes. A player is also allowed to bring in their purple puffles to play along who will also give out extra points. There are two play options where you can play Solo and play the game without anyone else or Multiplayer where you can compete against the other players but this is only accessible by members. Every player also has the option to determine what difficulty they want to do in each game which are Easy, Medium, Hard, and Expert mode which can only be played if you click on Cadence. With these difficulty modes you have a choice of six different tracks where The Generic Way, Penguin Band Boogie and Epic Win are playable for everyone and Let's Bounce, Go West and Patrick's Jig are playable for members only. Not only is this game playable on the Club Penguin Desktop, but there is a similar version that can be found on Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force game where you can use the touch screen to make the moves it asks you to do.

Thank you all so much for reading about the History of the Club Penguin mini-game Dance Contest. I have always enjoyed playing this game on my desktop as long as the game did not lag as it would mess up my combos. It is also extremely fun to play against other players and I hope to do it again on the last day of Club Penguin. Anyways please enjoy all the gameplay footage found below and until next time this is Crzypengu saying Waddle On!

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