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Dance Super Nova
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£2,995.00
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The Super NOVA is packed with even more special features and tracks.Designed for 2 players, available in English version. It features hits from well-known artists, with a very large selection of tracks for players to choose from to determine their dance routine. The game boasts advanced 3D graphics, allowing players to dance to real pop artists. Features include the freeze zone, where players try to keep their feet on the arrows for longer and perfect step which boosts their combos.
Let Me Dance
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£POA
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One to three players have their photos taken in several prescribed poses. Their faces are then imposed on one of three characatures as they dance and sing with superb comic effect. The games then vends a DVD so that they can watch the end product over and over again.PRICE MATCH PRICE ON APPLICATION
Percussion Master
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£POA
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Percussion Master is music simulation game requiring timing and a good sense of rythmn. Players each have three drums, one big drum in the centre and 2 smaller drums above. To add challenge to the game, different symbols fly down the screen that require more than a simple striking of the drum. Additional actions include, needing to strike the edge of the drum not the middle. Double striking the drum. Needing to strike the drum rapidly a set number of times. The player has a choice of easy, normal, hard and expert mode. The game involves hitting the correct drum at the correct time. Each correct strike raises the meter, if the player makes it over the pass line. The game can continue, if not the game is over.PRICE MATCH PRICE ON APPLICATON
Pump It Up
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£2,995.00
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Pump It Up, commonly abbreviated as PIU or shortened to just Pump, is a music video game series developed by Nexcade and published by Andamiro, a Korean arcade game producer. The game is typically played on a dance pad with five arrow panels: up-left, up-right, bottom-left, bottom-right, and a center panel. Additional gameplay modes may utilize two five-panel pads side-by-side. These panels are pressed using the player's feet, in response to arrows that appear on the screen in front of the player. The arrows are synchronized to the general rhythmor beat of a chose song, and success is dependent on the player's ability to time and position his or her steps accordingly.

The original version of the game was originally released in South Korea in August 1999. The game has also been released in other markets, such as North America and South America and inEurope.

There are 2 new versions of the game slated for release later on this year.Pump It Up Infinity, will be released on late November on American territory, and it's another spin-off game succedingPro, alongside the newest international version Pump It Up Fiesta 2, which is the direct sequel to the main series,Fiesta and Fiesta EX. Fiesta 2 will be released in November. Pump it Uphas tried to cater more to Freestyle players than "technical" players with more freestyle-friendly charts, as a result the game has more of a culture in the freestyle and breakdancing disciplines. However, the game still caters well to technical players with a vast array of high difficulty songs and stepcharts