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In all of these modes a certain number of people are allowed to gamble in-game credits for chance to beat a certain number of NPCs. If the players beat the NPCs they end up with much more money than they gambled, if they lose everyone loses their gambled credits.

"Need" refers to the amount of Den/Beats required to play with the NPC. It is considered spent when you start the Battle Party. "Plus" refers to the amount of Den/Beats you will win if you beat the NPC.

Battle Party[edit]

Keys Used Uses
4 Directional Arrows Arrows
Spacebar Hit
Delete Chance Mode On/Off
Pre-Requisite Level 6 & above
Chance Available
Key Mode 4-Key/8-Key

A team of five players takes on a single AI-controlled NPC, wagering a varied amount of Den/Beats, depending on the level of the NPC difficulty. If their total score beats the increased score of the NPC, they win Den/Beats; if not, they don't get anything. In Korean Audition, American Audition, and SEA, AuditionPH there is the option to take on three NPCs in a row; if you beat all of them without losing a match, the reward is much higher. However, the matches get exponentially harder in comparison with single NPCs. The first two rounds are against Choreography NPCs, and the last round is against an Expert Choreography NPC. You must be level 6 to enter Battle Parties. Be careful because the NPCs can be very hard. And you may lose Den/Beats. Also if you haven't already beaten an npc, they give you 9x reward what the "need" is.

The game modes used at Battle Party are: Choreography, Expert Choreography, Sync-8, Crazy-4 and Crazy-8.

Couples Battle Party[edit]

Keys Used Uses
4 Directional Arrows Arrows
Spacebar Hit
Delete Chance Mode On/Off
Pre-Requisite Level 6 & above
Chance Available
Key Mode 4-Key

This mode allows two teams of 'couples' to face off against a pair of NPC Couple. Same rules as Battle Party, except that you "push" the perfect bar at the top not just by hitting perfects, but through gaining hearts through synchro perfects on a couple. All Couple NPCs are accessible when you reach Amateur level rank.

There are 3 modes here: Couple-4, Expert Couple and Couple-8.

Beat Up Battle Party[edit]

Keys Used Uses
Home, , End, PgUp, , PgDn or
num pad 7, 9, 4, 6, 1, 3
Arrows (NW, NE, W, E, SW and SE)
Space, num pad 5,
Ins or num pad 0
Action
Delete or num pad . Chance Mode On/Off
(near the end of the song)
num pad Enter Crazy Mode
Pre-Requisite Level 6 & above
Chance Available
Key Mode 4-Key and 6-key

In Korean Audition as of June 27th, 2007; In American Audition as of June 4, 2008
Beat Up Battle Party is just what the name says, you play beat up with 4 other people against an NPC. If you're playing a 6-direction round, there is a Chance mode which makes the arrow hit spot wider which gives you less time to hit the keys. The amount this mode adds depends on the levels (ex. 1.3x score for level 1 songs, 1.5x score for level 2 songs, etc.) You can activate it by hitting Enter on the numpad. There is also the regular chance mode (decimal on the numpad or delete) which you can activate when it asks you to before the finish move.

Union Battle Party[edit]

Pre-Requisite Level 6 & above

In Korean Audition as of September 19th, 2007; In American Audition as of July 1, 2008
Union Battle Party is a battle party of which a team of 3 people attempt to win against a team of 3 NPCs. All the modes are in team. Team Choreography, Sync-4, Sync-8, Dynamic-4, Dynamic-8, Night 4 Direction, Night 8 Direction, Special B-Boy 4-key, Special B-Boy 8-key, Dance Battle 4-key and Dance Battle 8-key. You may only play the mode Team Choreography, Sync-4, Sync-8 and Dynamic-4; all other modes are enabled after reaching amateur rank.

Footnotes[edit]

The Advanced Interface does not let you earn a higher score. But the expert mode in Beat-Up does.