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Mojo was first introduced in Just Dance 3, and has been featured in every game since then.

Just Dance 3

In the debut appearance, players unlock content depending on the number of stars earned. Unlockable content included Mashups, alternate routines or new songs. On the Wii and PlayStation 3, the first unlockable is Simon Says Mode and the final unlockable is Hungarian Dance No. 5. On the Xbox 360, the first unlockable is Jamaican Dance (Mashup) and the last unlockable routine is I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ (Mashup).

Just Dance 4

Mojo worked in the same way as Just Dance 3, but with more alternate routines. Players could track their Mojo through the new Mojo bar, a horizontal yellow bar in the bottom right corner of the screen. Mojo can be earned by accomplishing Dance Quests. Mojo can also be earned by completing songs; 100 Mojo points were awarded per star, with 200 Mojo points awarded per star on each of the three 2x Mojo songs, which are randomly chosen and alternated. Filling the bar allows players to "level up" with the reward of spinning the Wheel of Gifts to unlock alternate routines or avatars.

Just Dance 2014

The Mojo system was redone to include in-game currency known as Mojocoins that can be used to unlock content in the game. Players earn Mojocoins through regular gameplay, with each star earned being converted to 1 Mojocoin. Songs are randomly selected to have a Mojocoin bonus, which gives 2 extra Mojocoins upon completion. Players also receive a Mojocoin bonus by placing first in World Dancefloor or by beating the other team in a themed battle. During "Happy Hour" events, players earn an additional 2 Mojocoins per song completed.

Alternate routines can be unlocked by spending Mojocoins. A Mashup or Party Master Mode usually costs 5 Mojocoins, an Sweat or On-Stage routine usually costs 10 Mojocoins, an Extreme routine usually costs 25 Mojocoins, and each of the three special routines costs 50 Mojocoins. Players have the liberty to purchase these routines at any time and in any order, as opposed to only being able to unlock them through a pre-determined sequence or through the Wheel of Gifts like in the past games. 

Mojocoins can also be used to unlock avatars. Just Dance avatars cost 5 Mojocoins each, avatars representing other Ubisoft games cost 50 Mojocoins each, while the avatar for the Disco Ball dancer costs 500 Mojocoins.

Just Dance Wii U

Mojo worked similar to Just Dance 2014 with a few changes. The coins are embossed with "JD" instead of "M", and because of the absence of alternate routines in the game, Mojocoins can only be used to purchase avatars.

Just Dance 2015

Mojo worked similarly as in Just Dance 2014. However, alternate routines were not unlocked with Mojo and instead were unlocked through regular gameplay.

Mashups and avatars can be bought for varying prices. Each Mashup costs 20 Mojocoins and the price for avatars ranged from 5 to 50 Mojocoins.

Just Dance Now

Mojo was introduced in the October 22, 2015 update and is obtained by leveling up in songs or by spending real currency. Mojo could be used to purchase songs (excluding most new releases), enabling unlimited play for those songs. Songs would cost 150 coins (100 toward the end of the old version). However, with the update to version 2.0.4, 100 Mojocoins are spent for every time a non-free song is played.

Just Dance 2016

In Just Dance 2016, the value of Mojo has been inflated. One star would now bring in 100 Mojocoins instead of just one. The price for purchasable items has increased accordingly. Each Mashup costs 1,000 Mojocoins, a normal alternate routine costs 2,000 Mojocoins, and an Extreme routine costs 10,000.

However, on seventh-generation consoles (Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii), the value of Mojo remains unchanged.

Yo-kai Watch Dance: Just Dance Special Version

Mojo can be used to purchase avatars from the Gashapon machine.

Just Dance 2017

Mojo works the same as in Just Dance 2016, with a few changes. Achieving Superstar on a song awards the player 6 and 600 Mojocoins on 7th-generation and 8th-generation consoles respectively.

Since Just Dance 2018

In Just Dance 2018, Mojo works in a similar way to Yo-kai Watch Dance: Just Dance Special Version. Mojo can be used to unlock a variety of items through a new Gift Machine. Each use of the Machine consumes 100 Mojocoins, and can be used to obtain avatars, skins, alternate routines, or even new tracks.

In Just Dance 2019, Mojo works in the same way as in Just Dance 2018. However, Extreme routines must be unlocked by achieving Superstar or higher on their corresponding song.

Just Dance 2020 added Titles to the list of unlockables that can be obtained through the Gift Machine. This mechanism has followed through to Just Dance 2021.

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