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Create new music through play. Utilizing songs from the major recording artists, players mix and remix songs through 8 different instrument types.
The first DJ simulator game
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Britney''s Dance Beat can be submitted to this category.

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Britney's Dance Beat is a music/dancing game for the Sony PlayStation 2 and PC released in 2002. It is produced by Metro Graphics and published by THQ.

You take on the role of one of six dancers vying for a position on Britney's dance squad for her upcoming tour. In order to make the cut, you have to successfully outperform other dancers through ten auditions.

If your submission is related to the bubble popping games, you should be submitting to the Puzzle Bobble Series category.
"Bust A Move: Dance & Rhythm Action" and "Bust A Move 2: Dance Tengoku Mix", Japanese rhythm/dancing games created by Metro and published by Enix. The US/Canada version of Bust A Move was titled Bust A Groove, because the name Bust-A-Move was taken by the US/Canada version of Puzzle Bobble (for no discernible reason). Bust A Move was also converted into an arcade coin-op machine.
Please only submit sites that focus primarily on dance dance revolution with a particular slant for a specific locale.
A dancing game with a pressure-sensitive stage for pressing buttons with your feet. Immensely popular in Japan, and increasing in popularity in the UK and US.
Downloadable games in which gameplay typically requires keeping time with musical rhythm. Related downloads are also on-topic.
Websites dealing primarily with ElectroPlankton can be submitted to this category.

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ElectroPlankton, for the Nintendo DS.
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All sites dealing primarily with EyeToy - Groove, offering information about the game, can be submitted to this category.

EyeToy - Groove is a game developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Designed to be played with the EyeToy camera, EyeToy - Groove is a music game where players must dance in time with music by moving their body. Through the EyeToy, the players' image is projected onto the television screen, enabling them to physically interact with the on-screen environment. The game features 25 licensed songs from artists like Madonna, Jamiroquai, and Fatboy Slim. The game was launched on November 14, 2003 in Europe, on March 20, 2004 in North America, and on June 24, 2004 in Japan. A package including the EyeToy was also available.
This category covers fan sites for multiple music and dance games. Sites for a specific game should be submitted to the category for that game.
Contains sites made by fans for fans. Usually unprofessional in look, and contain things such as character shrines, chatrooms, forums, image galleries, fan fiction, and cheats.
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Frequency utilizies songs from major artists, players mix and remix songs through each of eight different instrument types.
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Gitaroo-Man can be submitted to this category.

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Gitaroo-ManII is a Music game for the Sony PlayStation 2 released in 2002. It is produced by Koei. An entirely new type of music/rhythm game, where your instrument is your weapon to fight against evil. Unlike traditional music games which simply featured pressing buttons in rhythm with on screen actions, Gitaroo-Man requires players to use both the analog stick and the controller buttons at the same time, controlling the on-screen character with jumps, ducks and attacks.
All sites dealing primarily with the Idol games can be submitted to this category.

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The American Idol and Pop Idol video games are based on the talent TV series. The aim of the games is to impress Simon Cowell and the other judges through singing and dancing to some of the game's 40 top ten songs.
Contains sites whose main focus are to provide information, news, reviews, previews, articles, and fora about music and dance games.
A series of rhythm games with a distinctive animation style of paper-thin 3D animated characters. The series includes "PaRappa the Rapper" and its sequel "Um Jammer Lammy".
Samba de Amigo, a game featuring a Spanish monkey with maracas, notable for its maraca controller.
Websites dealing primarily with SingStar can be submitted to this category.

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Players sing along to licensed music tracks with USB microphones in SingStar. The game rates the quality of singing, and works with the EyeToy camera.
"Space Channel 5", a rhythm game by Sega for the Sega Dreamcast.
"Vib Ribbon", a 1.5-D vector-graphic rhythm game by Nana On-Sha for the Sony PlayStation.
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