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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*''[[What Makes You Beautiful]]'' and ''[[Born This Way]]''s{{'}} Puppet/Party Master Modes are the only one that use their Alternate coach as the main dancer.
 
*''[[What Makes You Beautiful]]'' and ''[[Born This Way]]''s{{'}} Puppet/Party Master Modes are the only one that use their Alternate coach as the main dancer.
*Captions sometimes change during production and in later games.
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*Captions will sometimes change during production and in later games.
 
*The "Strike A Pose" icon features a silhouette of P1 from ''[[Hot Stuff]]''.
 
*The "Strike A Pose" icon features a silhouette of P1 from ''[[Hot Stuff]]''.
 
*The following graphical differences can be seen between the early version of Puppet Master Mode and the final one.<ref name="betapuppetmaster">https://youtu.be/Tivk79woPX0?t=56</ref>
 
*The following graphical differences can be seen between the early version of Puppet Master Mode and the final one.<ref name="betapuppetmaster">https://youtu.be/Tivk79woPX0?t=56</ref>
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*In all Puppet Master Modes of {{G2|4}}, the original coach, all four choices, all four previews of the next coaches, and all their masks are rendered into one large video in the game files and each coach is cropped accordingly to a square aspect ratio. Because of this, coaches who move from side to side of the screen are edited in order to make them forcefully stay in the middle. Subsequent games have each coach as their own video.
 
*In all Puppet Master Modes of {{G2|4}}, the original coach, all four choices, all four previews of the next coaches, and all their masks are rendered into one large video in the game files and each coach is cropped accordingly to a square aspect ratio. Because of this, coaches who move from side to side of the screen are edited in order to make them forcefully stay in the middle. Subsequent games have each coach as their own video.
 
*In {{G2|4}}, the outline of every coach is already rendered in-game, resulting in their masks to be simple white outlines. The only exception is ''[[Mr. Saxobeat]]'', where the glows lack their typical faded effect.
 
*In {{G2|4}}, the outline of every coach is already rendered in-game, resulting in their masks to be simple white outlines. The only exception is ''[[Mr. Saxobeat]]'', where the glows lack their typical faded effect.
*In {{G2|4}}, it is possible to get a score that exceeds the maximum of 13333.
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*In {{G2|4}}, you can exceed the maximum score (13333 points).
 
*Starting with {{G2|2014}}, most Party Master Modes repeat the same caption choices for verses and choruses. The only ones that do not repeat any sets of captions are ''[[Birthday]]'' and ''[[Maps]]''.
 
*Starting with {{G2|2014}}, most Party Master Modes repeat the same caption choices for verses and choruses. The only ones that do not repeat any sets of captions are ''[[Birthday]]'' and ''[[Maps]]''.
 
*Party Masters Mode in {{G|2014}} only use the following coaches:
 
*Party Masters Mode in {{G|2014}} only use the following coaches:

Latest revision as of 00:00, November 17, 2019

"Party Master Mode" (originally Puppet Master Mode) is a feature on Just Dance 4 (as Puppet Master Mode), Just Dance 2014, Just Dance 2015, and Just Dance 2016. In Just Dance 2014, the feature is available for Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One (it only works with the Xbox consoles with the use of the Xbox Smartglass App on iOS and Android), but in Just Dance 2015 and Just Dance 2016, it appears exclusively for the Wii U.

The Xbox 360 Smartglass App was discontinued on May 18, 2018, removing the ability to play this mode on the Xbox 360.[1]

How it works Edit

Puppet Master Mode: There is a person that holds the gamepad in their hand while the others dance. On the gamepad screen, there are four dance moves, one for every Just Dance game (from Just Dance to Just Dance 4), and everyone with a name and the gamepad holder has to choose one in a little amount of time. Sometimes, there is an icon that says "Strike The Pose", and, if the holder touches it, a photo of a dancer appears on the screen; if the Puppet Master thinks the dancer did the pose correctly they can award them 1000 extra points. Like in Mashups, Gold Moves are removed.

Party Master Mode: The rules are the same, but now the captions are not one for each Just Dance game, and the dancers are not listed in order of appearance from their respective game. It is also possible to switch songs at certain times. Contrary to Just Dance 4, Gold Moves are featured.

Puppet/Party Master Modes Edit

Just Dance 4 Edit

There are 17 songs with Puppet Master Modes on Just Dance 4.

Just Dance 2014 Edit

There are 10 songs with Party Master Modes on Just Dance 2014.

Just Dance 2015 Edit

There are 5 songs with Party Master Modes on Just Dance 2015.

Just Dance 2016 Edit

There are 5 songs with Party Master Modes on Just Dance 2016.

Unreleased Puppet/Party Master Modes Edit

These are the songs that were planned to have a Puppet/Party Master Mode but got removed for unknown reasons.

TriviaEdit

  • What Makes You Beautiful and Born This Ways’ Puppet/Party Master Modes are the only one that use their Alternate coach as the main dancer.
  • Captions will sometimes change during production and in later games.
  • The "Strike A Pose" icon features a silhouette of P1 from Hot Stuff.
  • The following graphical differences can be seen between the early version of Puppet Master Mode and the final one.[2]
    • Coaches were not reflected in the background.
    • The element that warned players about the next move consisted of a fuchsia rectangle with a curve on the left side, where "Next move" appeared while zooming in before displaying the caption. "Next move" and the caption appeared alternatively (first the former, then the latter, then the former again and so on).
    • When no captions were selected more than once, the animation used for selected coaches was applied to the original one.
    • "Strike The Pose" coaches appeared in front of a black rectangle with a white outline, round corners, a pulsing star and a golden glow, while "STRIKE THE POSE" was shown on the bottom left on a yellow star with ten points. No additional sound effects played to cover the music up, and the screen did not darken.
    • When a pose from "Strike The Pose" was performed correctly, the triggered animation was in shades of yellow and read "BEST POSE (player’s name)" instead of "GREAT POSE (player’s name)".
  • In all Puppet Master Modes of Just Dance 4, the original coach, all four choices, all four previews of the next coaches, and all their masks are rendered into one large video in the game files and each coach is cropped accordingly to a square aspect ratio. Because of this, coaches who move from side to side of the screen are edited in order to make them forcefully stay in the middle. Subsequent games have each coach as their own video.
  • In Just Dance 4, the outline of every coach is already rendered in-game, resulting in their masks to be simple white outlines. The only exception is Mr. Saxobeat, where the glows lack their typical faded effect.
  • In Just Dance 4, you can exceed the maximum score (13333 points).
  • Starting with Just Dance 2014, most Party Master Modes repeat the same caption choices for verses and choruses. The only ones that do not repeat any sets of captions are Birthday and Maps.
  • Party Masters Mode in Just Dance 2014 only use the following coaches:
  • In Just Dance 2014 on Xbox 360, a patch is required to be downloaded to use Party Master Mode.
  • Although Party Master Mode is not available on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of Just Dance 2015, files for the mode are still on the disc for the songs.[3]
    • This means that Party Master Mode was maybe going to return also on the Xbox consoles.
  • In Born This Way (Party Master Mode), choosing All About That Bass for the song switch may cause the game to remove all characters and stay idle. The only way to fix this would be to press pause and restart the song.
  • Tutorial pictures for the Just Dance 2016 version of Party Master Mode can be found in the Just Dance 2019 tutorial files, in spite of that game not featuring this game mode.[4]

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