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Smurfs Dance Party

Ubisoft has released another “kid friendly” dancing game. Smurfs Dance Party is a new dancing video game, based on the best-selling Wii games, Just Dance & Just Dance 2. Kids and parents can dance along to popular songs in this high-energy game with their favorite Smurfs characters. It has easy to follow dance moves choreographed by real experts in different styles of music and fun multi-player modes for kids and parents!

The tracks available on The Smurfs Dance Party are:

  • A Year Without Rain
  • Barbra Streisand
  • Blame It On The Boogie
  • Boom-Shak-A-Lak
  • Everybody Up
  • Gargamel
  • Go Go Go Get It
  • Higher
  • I Wanna Dance With Somebody
  • Just the Way You Are
  • Lala Song
  • Like Whoa
  • More Than A Name
  • Mr. Smurftastic
  • One Of The Boys
  • Smurfberry-licious
  • The Noisy Smurf
  • Very Blue Moon
  • Walk This Way
  • We Have Us
  • We Like To Smurf It
  • Welcome To NY
  • Who Let The Smurfs Out?

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© 2013. NMSU Board of Regents. All rights reserved. This project was supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture through the National Research Initiative (Grant #2008-55215-18837).

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The Exergames Unlocked project includes a multi-state team of accomplished media education researchers, exercise physiologists, medical professionals and doctoral students. Contributing members are researchers in their fields and have helped launch the use of exergames as tools to combat obesity in their communities and beyond. New Mexico State University researchers and their partners have been funded to research the impact of exergames, develop specific recommendations for exergame use, and implement exergaming programs. As part of that project, this website provides access to resources based on research, sample projects, and input from the exergaming community. For more information, contact the project director: Dr. Barbara Chamberlin, Professor, New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service
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