"Hungarian Dance No. 5" composed by Johannes Brahms (performed by The Just Dance Classical Orchestra) is featured on Just Dance 3 (as an unlockable track), Just Dance Now, Just Dance Unlimited, and 舞力全开：活力派.
Appearance of the Dancers
P1 is a woman with purple curly hair. She is wearing a headband, a yellow short sleeved shirt with a dark purple leotard, a hot pink belt around the leotard, green sneakers, and black and teal wristbands.
P2 is a man wearing a traditional Russian costume. He has a beard, he is wearing a Papacha, a Russian cap. He also has dark green jacket with a red scarf, violet pants, and black boots.
The background is divided into 3 parts: the first part is the set for Body Movin, the second part is the main setting, which seems to be a hallway covered in post it notes; and the third part is the set for Rasputin. Before the routine begins, the two dancers can be seen ending their routine before a "CUT!" is heard. The same "CUT!" also concludes the routine, as if they were making a movie. The lighting constantly dims, then returns, throughout the routine. The spotlights from the Rasputin set can also be seen shining in rhythm.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
All Gold Moves: Punch the floor with both of your hands.
Apperances in Playlists
Hungarian Dance No. 5 is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance Now
- All Songs F-J
- Composed in 1869, this is the third oldest song in the entire main series, after William Tell Overture, which was composed 55 years prior to this. It also beats Mugsy Baloney by 44 years, making it the longest song date gap in the series as well.
- In the entire series, it's the third oldest after Jingle Bells (which is from 1857).
- This is the first song to have returning dancers. It is followed by This is Halloween, Y.M.C.A., Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae), and Sugar.
- The Rasputin dancer returned in Y.M.C.A. and Sugar making that song in second place, with three appearances (tied with the animals who returned in Watch Me Whip (Whip/Nae Nae)), to The Panda, who first appeared in C'mon, and then returned in Timber, I Gotta Feeling, the Alternate of Don’t Stop Me Now, The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody) and Water Me.
- This is the final unlockable routine on Just Dance 3.
- However, this case is only for the Wii and PS3. On Xbox 360, The final unlockable routine is I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’’s Mashup.
- Brahms is credited differently in all the games that feature Hungarian Dance No. 5:
- On the Wii and PS3 versions of Just Dance 3, and on Just Dance 2017, 2018, and 2019, he is credited as "Brahms By Just Dance Classical Orchestra".
- On the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3, as well as Just Dance 2016, however, he is regularly credited as "Johannes Brahms".
- On 舞力全开：活力派, instead, he is simply credited as "勃拉姆斯" ("Brahms").
- It is noticeable that the thick, green outline from the dancers in the Just Dance 3 version has been removed so that it appears thin in the remake.
- On the Xbox 360, a pictogram slides slower than all the others.
- In the remake, the coaches’ feet seem to slide while they are walking towards each other. However, their feet do not slide in the original version.
- Hungarian Dance No. 5, along with Crazy Christmas, Irish Meadow Dance and William Tell Overture was made free from December 23 to December 31, 2016 on 舞力全开：活力派 to celebrate Christmas.
- In the Xbox 360 version of Just Dance 3, when P2 snaps his fingers, there is no sound effect but, on the Wii/PS3 version and in the remake, there is one.
- In a fankit that contains game elements from Just Dance 2016, a different avatar for P1 can be found: its hair is less curly and its outline is purple instead of green.
- A shotened and edited version of the instrumental was later used in Valiant Hearts, another game by Ubisoft.
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