Fame for the iPhone and iPod Touch lets players dance their way to the top and see if they have what it takes to be famous.
Konami is publishing Dance Dance Revolution on mobile phones.
The blockbuster rhythm game comes to your mobile device.
Join British dance group Sugababes on your mobile phone. In Sugababes: Dance Fever, you'll must dance well to save the nightclubs from ruin.
Taiko Drum Master might be best rented for parties and suchlike given its bundled-with-a-peripheral price tag and somewhat limited single-player appeal.
In Ministry of Sound Beat Down you play as a DJ who must play music and beat up competition with punches and kicks.
Despite its cool online options, Groove Fever struggles to fit the dance game premise onto a cell phone.
It's best played with a group of friends that alternates listening intently with competitively screaming out the name of each song as it is identified.
Not only is Name That Tune! fun, it's a really good idea, too.
If you want a good rhythm game, look elsewhere. And if you want American Idol, just go watch the show.
Boogie Woogie is a skill-based rhythm game for the mobile platform.
All in all, Ministry of Sound has brought us a super-ultralight edition of Space Channel 5.
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