The Smurfs™ are back in an all-new dance video game based on the best-selling Wii™ games Just Dance® and Just Dance® 2. Kids and parents will dance with their favorite Smurfs characters to popular, top-of-the-chart songs in this fun, high-energy game.
- Chart-topping singles: Dance with friends to top-of-the-chart tracks from popular artists like Katy Perry, Selena Gomez, and Aly & AJ.
- Legendary characters and heroes: Dance alongside you favorite Smurfs, including Papa Smurf, Smurfette, and Clumsy Smurf!
- Real moves: Perform easy-to-follow dance moves choreographed by real experts from various styles of music!
- All new modes and songs: Party to hours of fun multiplayer modes for kids and parents!
This is probably one of the best dance Wii games I have ever seen for kids. My daughter that's 5 can even play it all by herself. She doesn't always get the exact moves down, but honestly I don't think she cares. She is just so excited to be "toe tapping" with Smurfette! The other great part is the songs, there's such a wide variety of songs to choose from. Chat hits, and even Smurftastic songs! It's so much fun listening to the songs I've known for years and watching the kids dance along with the smurfs. A few of the Smurftastic songs I really liked were Mr. Smurftastic and We Like to Smurf It. So cute, and so much fun. I just can't say it enough, this game was FUN. The actual Smurfs on the game are animated characters, but their movements were perfectly displayed and so easy to follow. My daughter's favorite song was Who Let the Smurfs Out. She shouted that one out as loud as she could! The game set-up is so easy even she was able to navigate through the screens to pick out what game she wanted to play without any help. Definitely a big hit in this house. Great exercise and loads of fun all wrapped up in one package.
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