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Winx Club Dance Dance Revolution..?


Winx Club Dance Dance Revolution

Come join the fun…dancing! DancingStage Winx Club for Nintendo Wii combines the movement-based gameplay of Konami’s DDR Hottest Party with characters, settings and songs from the Winx Club universe — that includes Bloom, Stella, Flora, Tecna, Musa, and Layla! Players use a special dance mat that acts as your controller.  You then have to match a series of arrows on the screen with your foot movements.  Additionally, you use the motion sensitivity of the Wii controllers to match arm movements. Winx characters will appear on screen, dancing with you.  Awesome!


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