Skelanimals Dance Party Now Available on iPhone

Wed, Jun 23, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

TriplePoint client Flying Penguin has announced the release of Skelanimals Dance Part on the iPhone.

As the title would suggest, Skelanimals Dance Party is a rhythm game that will see you tapping and dragging your finger around the screen in time to the music of various up-and-coming musicians. There are three gameplay modes – Normal and Expert vary in their difficulty level, and Party Mode allows you to practice your skills at the game, without the fear of losing.

The song list in the game is as follows (it will continue to expand over time, with future updates):

Keep the Party Alive – Family Force 5
Game Girl – The Secret Handshake
The Dressing Room – Breathe Carolina
Robot Lover – Ultraviolet Sound
Skeleton – Sparks The Rescue
Pop Rocks – Fight Fair
The Enemy – White Tie Affair
We All Roll Along – The Maine
Do Not Disturb (Tell Me How Bad) – Let’s Get It
Slow Dance With A Stranger – Danger Radio

In addition, as you play the game, you’ll unlock access to various characters from the Skelanimals universe, including Max, Diego, and Kit, just as examples.

Skelanimals Dance Party is now available on iTunes for $2.99. Head over there to get your hands on it. Skelanimals

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