The first game in the series. Players mimic the movements of onscreen dancers with the Wii Remote. It was released on 17 November 2009 in North America, 26 November 2009 in Australia, and 27 November 2009 in Europe.
The Japanese version of Just Dance published and edited by Nintendo but developed by Ubisoft Paris, featuring 16 J-Pop songs and 12 songs from previous Just Dance titles. Just Dance Wii features hits from Exile, Kara, and AKB48.
The third Japanese Just Dance game. It was revealed on 14 February 2014 at Japanese Nintendo Direct and it was released on 3 April 2014. It include songs by SKE48, AKB48, Big Bang, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, as well as other songs from Just Dance 4 and Just Dance 2014.
"Just Dance: Best Of" (also known in North America as "Just Dance: Greatest Hits") was released in Europe and in Australia in March 2012. It includes Ubisoft's favorite songs from previous titles: "Just Dance", "Just Dance 2", "Just Dance: Summer Party", and "Just Dance 3". It includes two exclusive songs: Airplanes by B.o.B feat. Hayley Williams, and Only Girl (In the World) by Rihanna.
"Just Dance: Disney Party" is a special "Just Dance" game that's based on Just Dance Kids and was released on October 2012 in North America. It includes songs from classic Disney movies, and current pop tracks from The Disney Channel.
"Just Dance Now" is an app that lets players play Just Dance anywhere after syncing up a device with the website on a television screen or a computer. It does not require a console to be played and the device used to sync the game will be used as a controller in similar way to the Wiimote.