3DDX

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Dance Station 3DDX aka D-Tech(name for 2nd Mix of 3DDX)
Dance Station 3DDX Title.jpg
Developer(s) NGG Entertainment
Platform(s) Arcade
Genre(s) Music, Exercise
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Cabinet Upright

Dance Station 3DDX, usually abbreviated to 3DDX, is a rhythm video game developed by NGG (Next Generation Games) Entertainment, a Korean game producer company established in May 2000. Players of this game use their feet to step on arrows as well as their hands, arms or legs to activate infrared sensors around the stage. This title has only been released in arcade so far.

Gameplay[edit]

Two players dance to a song. The goal is to step on the corresponding arrow on the dance pad as the colored arrows reach the top of the screen.

The 3DDX dance machine is composed by a two side pad connected to the computer hardware and a screen above the main cabinet. Each side of the dance pad has 4 buttons on the corners of the pad and 4 sensors, located to the left, right, front, and back sides of each pad. In contrast with other dancing rhythm games for arcade such as Dance Dance Revolution and Pump It Up, the 3DDX arcade doesn't have support bars to allow more movement in freestyle dancing. On the screen of the machine, arrows corresponding to each one of the buttons and sensors scroll upwards on the background until they reach a stationary set of arrows (often called "receptors") on top of the screen, which indicate the moment when the player must step on the corresponding arrow and/or activate the corresponding sensor.

There are 3 main screens in the game: The song selection screen where the player selects the song to be played and applies the modifiers, the dance screen where the player must hit the buttons and activate the sensors corresponding to the arrows on the screen, and the grading screen where the player receives a grade depending on their performance.

Grading[edit]

The grading system in 3DDX is similar to the one of Pump It Up. A judgment of "Perfect", "Great", "Good", "Bad" or "Miss" will be given for each one of the arrows depending on how accurately the player pressed the arrow or activated the sensor. At the end of the song, the game will grade the performance according to the amount of arrows hit.

Songs[edit]

The song list of the game features mostly music by popular Korean artists in the [90s] and a few international songs. The list of songs in the game is:

(songs in the game are listed in their original Korean titles)

  • Tashannie (타샤니) - Caution (경고)
  • Roo'ra (룰라) - 날개잃은 천사
  • Ynot? - 단심가
  • Ynot? - Time
  • BoA - ID;Peace B
  • O-24 - 몰라몰라
  • Sechskies (잭스키스) - 무모한 사랑
  • Baby V.O.X. (베이비복스) - 배신
  • CLON (클론) - Bing Bing Bing (빙빙빙)
  • CLON (클론) - First Love
  • Park Ji-yoon (박지윤) - 성인식
  • Park Ji-yoon (박지윤) - Steal Away
  • Attack the Gas Station! (주유소습격사건) - 작은사랑
  • S#arp - 잘됐어
  • Cool (쿨) - Man and Woman (해석남녀)
  • 1TYM - 1tym
  • CB Mass - Whistle
  • Peek-A-Boo - Bang Bang Baby (international song)
  • H.O.T - Candy
  • Space A - Cool Love
  • Everybody On The Groove..
  • Nara (나라) - First Revolution
  • g.o.d - Friday Night
  • Kyria - Gennie In A Bottle
  • Duke (듀크) - Good Night
  • Chakra (샤크라) - Hey U
  • Park Jin-young (박진영) - Honey
  • Fool's Garden - Lemon Tree (international song)
  • Lou Bega - Mambo No. 5 (international song)
  • DJ Doc - Run To You
  • The Archies - Sugar Sugar (international song)
  • Baltimora - Tarzan Boy (international song)
  • Duke-Party Tonight

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