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Music Video Games

Let's dance the Zumba

When the beat kicks in, take two steps to your left, then back, two steps to your right. Throw your hands up in the air, and turn clockwise.

Wednesday, 15 August, 2012, 11:15pm

Sharks at a mall and other curios

This week's top 10 album downloads on iTunes

1 Believe (Deluxe Edition), Justin Bieber

2 Rock of Ages (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Various Artists

3 Journey: Greatest Hits, Journey

4 Welcome to the Fishbowl, Kenny Chesney

5 Oceania, Smashing Pumpkins

6 Looking 4 Myself (Deluxe Version), Usher

22 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Click up your heels

Video games are for couch potatoes, right? That notion became moot four years ago after Nintendo introduced the Wii, a system where gamers perform various body movements holding motion-sensing controllers. By 2008, the company was touting the Wii as an exercise experience through the upgraded Wii Fit Plus programs.

7 Dec 2010 - 12:00am

Lips inc

If you and your friends can't help but showboat at karaoke, then Microsoft's first entry into the music-game genre may get your party started with a bang.

Lips, created by Japanese game developer iNiS, is calling all shower singers, rush-hour traffic vocalists, wannabe rappers and pop princesses to groove to music backed by original videos, lyrics and scoring.

12 Apr 2009 - 12:00am

Boogie (Nintendo DS)

Put on your dancing shoes and play Electronic Arts' aptly-titled Boogie.

Game play is simple, dance moves happen by dragging the stylus across the touchscreen

in the eight directions of a compass. Tapping the screen is the ninth move.

9 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

Jam Sessions (Nintendo DS)

Can't afford a Gibson or Fender guitar but want to jam? If you have a Nintendo DS, you can turn it into a electric guitar with a piece of software called Jam Sessions.

The program turns your DS into a decent-sounding electric guitar that can be hooked up to a stereo system or amp via the headphone jack.

30 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Games galore

VIDEO GAMES are always a hit among youngsters. But while they may have video game platforms at home with hundreds of exciting ones to choose from, many still prefer visiting amusement arcades to play their favourites.

29 Nov 2001 - 12:00am