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Box artwork for Boogie.
Box artwork for Boogie.
Boogie
Developer(s)EA Montreal
Publisher(s)Electronic Arts
Year released2007
System(s)Wii, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2
Followed byBoogie Superstar
Genre(s)Music
ModesSingle player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)ESRB Everyone 10+
LinksBoogie ChannelSearchSearch

Boogie is a two-player interactive game in which players take control of their very own 'Boog' and through the use of the Wii controller, earn gold medals by dancing their way to stardom. This game also comes with a microphone to allow players to sing along with the characters in a karaoke subgame. The game also includes a video editor so that you can combine the dance moves and karaoke into a music video.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

The majority of the dance moves are performed by swinging the Wii controller back and forth or up and down. When B button is held down, a combo move is displayed that, if performed correctly, will cause your Boog to perform a special move. The Neutral nunchuk on the nunchuk controller or Neutral dpad on the Wii remote is used to move your Boog across the stage. While pressing Z button, the Neutral nunchuk can be used to 'strike a pose' and the C button button can be used to make the Boog's mouth open and close.

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