Memorise the colors on the dance floor and repeat them in the correct squares!
Get Your Groove On
Dance is an ancient art form. While no one was crunking or twerking back then, even before the earliest human civilizations, archaeologists have found 30,000-year-old rock shelters and tombs decorated with paintings of dancing figures. In prehistoric times, it's clear that dance was used in ceremony, celebration, and entertainment. Dance is still used in those ways today, and in this collection of dance games, the focus is on entertaining kids and adults.
If you want to bust a move without busting a hip, why not play Simone Dancer. Watch Simone's dance moves and click the correct move button on the right. Take a cue from ABBA, those gods of disco, and play Dancing Queen: press the correct keyboard keys and see this little dancing queen boogie! Want the disco without the dancing queen? Try Disco Balls and roll your balls over the lights on the dance floor to change them to the correct color.
Even tens of thousands of years ago, at those first dance parties, there were probably wallflowers. If you don't have rhythm, but still want to cha cha cha, these games are for you. In Panda Dancing, a panda has to learn to ride life's spinning wheels to reach the top. In the abstract Sepctrum Dancer, keep two steps ahead and change each square's color to avoid getting touched by different-colored figures.
For children not keen on stepping onto the dance floor, there are dance games for kids that don't involve all that much dance. In Dance Trends 3D, choose an R&B, gothic or rock outfit, hairstyle, and make-up for your character Mandy. Dream Dancer Dress Up and Belly Dancer Girl Perfect Dress Up also put the player in charge of these dancers' fabulous costume closets.
There is something for everyone here, so it's time to play these toe-tapping dance games now!