Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl with tied up purple hair with pink streaks. She wears a sleeveless tunic with a yellow, pink, orange and white robotic face on it, orange leggings, black fluffy boots, and a pair of two fingerless gloves, one orange, and one pink. At the beginning of the routine, she appears with a chalk effect.
In the remake, the coach is much more realistic and has a darker color scheme. The chalk effect is removed when she appears, and the pixels that make up her body shake instead.
The background resembles drawings on a gray wall. It contains a blue skeleton head with yellow teeth, a yellow cassette player in the center, a mixtape, a lollipop, a bust-like drawing of Crazy in Love with blue skin and longer hair, a sketch of TiK ToK whose head is covered by the aforementioned skeleton head, an animated dog head, a few waves (recycled from Sway (Quien Sera)) with a few curved lines coming out of them, two pairs of cherries, pink stars, a few small yellow lightning bolt symbols, what appears to be a score ball, a few small white triangles, a white coffee cup with smoke coming out of it and "coffee" written in very dark brown, an hand with a fingerless glove on it (reminiscent of the one worn by Can't Get You Out of My Head’s dancer), and the words: "Just", "DANCE", and "good". The floor is reflective and dark and the drawings move around and are animated.
In the remake, the background is darker and looks smaller, as if it was seen from further away than its original version. The cassette player now glows, the dog head is no longer animated, and new drawings appear, being: a banana, the words "take", "touch", and "the girls", and light blue stars, and the word "dance" doesn't appear. The cassette player now also emits orange music notes. The drawings also move in different places.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Put your hands together pointing up while your legs are together.
D.A.N.C.E. appears in the following Mashups:
- Blame It on the Boogie
- Call Me Maybe
- Da Funk
- Flashdance ... What a Feeling
- I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’
- I Will Survive
- Mas Que Nada
- Miss Understood
- Prince Ali
- Rich Girl
- She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)
- She’s Got Me Dancing
D.A.N.C.E. appears in Puppet/Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Elbow Stomp
- Happy Dance
- Hopscotch Jump
- Hopscotch Kata
- Kick Ball Change
- Skipping Rope
- Strong Step
- Super Power
- Teenage Hops
- The song references ABC, Black Or White and Workin' Day and Night.
- The last line of lyrics ("move is a mystery...") fades off abruptly right before it is sung.
- This is fixed in the remake.
- Although "Don’t stop" is heard, it is not in the lyrics.
- All of the moves in the routine (except the jump rope move at the beginning) have been seen in the dancer's Mashup appearances.
- In all Just Dance 2014 Mashups and Party Master Modes, the Gold Move is removed.
- The remake was first seen in a video uploaded after Just Dance 2014’s launch.
- In the Just Dance Now files, there is a different pictogram for the Gold Move, which tells players to open their arms and then put them up, instead of just putting them up.
- There are also unused menu assets for the remake, in which the coach has a slightly darker color scheme and a more visible face.
- In the remake, the dog head in the background is not animated, unlike every other drawing.
- The background re-appears in Rock Lobster.
- The word "Coffee" in the background is misspelled as "Coffe" (without the last "e").
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