DancePad is a new finger-dancing game for the iPad that challenges players to move their hands to the beat.
Although the app is easy to learn, it is hard to master as users will have to skillfully jump, slide and jive around the dance floor following dance moves with their fingers.
The better gamers get, the more levels they will unlock.
Moonshark, a mobile entertainment start-up, co-founded by Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and Qualcomm, announced Thursday a partnership with international superstar Jennifer Lopez for the release of DancePad.
With 100 levels of choreographed finger-dancing set to music from top artists, DancePad promises an energetic gaming experience. It is available now on the App Store and at www.itunes.com/appstore.
“DancePad combines great music and cool dance steps to create an amazing experience, so there is no one better to partner with on this app than Jennifer Lopez,” said Matt Kozlov, CEO of Moonshark. “When we first showed the game to her, she was hooked, and now she’s got everyone from her backup singers and dancers to her own kids playing DancePad.”
DancePad was originally conceived by Bounce House Games as an undergraduate project at the University of Southern California (USC), and further developed by Triangle Studios.