TheRomMistress · Jul 5, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Move Your Fingers With Neverending Dance of Happiness

Since the introduction of Dance Dance Revolution in 1998, variations of the popular dance game have made their way across several contries. From large platforms found only in video arcades, to the smallest of platforms, maneuvered with only your fingers.  XDA member TheOneBD has released his rendition of the game, an Android version called Neverending Dance of Happiness.

This free addictive-but-simple game meshes music, dance and making new friends to create something simply funky – and totally fun! Players will have to prove they’ve got rhythm to whisk their on-screen dancer through nine levels of increasingly tough dance moves, getting down to six genres of music – from spicy Salsa to banging Electro, fist-pumping Rock and Metal to funky Disco and Hip-Hop, to become the greatest dancer of summer!

If you are a fan of the original DDR series, then you should enjoy this simulated version of the game. To get started moving your fingers, visit the original thread to download Neverending Dance of Happiness.


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