Just Dance: Disney Party is a dance game developed by Land Ho! and published by Ubisoft for the Wii and Xbox 360. The game was released in October 2012 in North America. The game is similar to Just Dance Kids, as it shares the concept of live action dancers, the game modes (Team High Scores, Freeze & Shake, Balloon Pop), and the animated score icons. However, Just Dance: Disney Party includes Duet routines, which were never seen before in the Kids series. In addition, all the songs are featured in their original form (as opposed to most songs in the Kids series, which are covered in-game).
The gameplay is identical to the other games in Ubisoft’s franchise, Just Dance. Players are required to perform specific dance moves in time with the music, following a routine indicated on-screen and performed by live dancers. If the player performs well, their score will increase and a rating out of 5 stars is obtained upon completion of the track.
The track list includes a total of 25 songs:
A # indicates that the song can be played in different languages.
Rating Summary: This is a rhythm-and-dance simulation game in which players perform choreographed routines to songs from classic Disney movies and Disney Channel TV shows. Players must accurately move their bodies in time with the music and floating indicators to follow the movements of on-screen characters. One song mentions wine in the lyrics (e.g., “Wine's been poured and thank the Lord”).
In spite of the game showing the Spain flag, if the song’s language is set to Spanish, the version for Latin America will be played.
This is because Disney only started to release European Spanish versions of movie soundtracks in 1991, with the result that songs from movies released prior to that year are only available in Latin American Spanish.