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October 26, 2005

Bargain of the Day: Dance Dance Jesus

by Feòrag

Tired of getting your exercise by hopping along to incomprehensible J-Pop? Well Digital Praise has the answer!

Digital Praise takes the [Dance Dance Revolution] concept to Christian families with Dance Praise, which combines contemporary Christian dance music like Audio Adrenaline, DJ Maj, Steven Curtis Chapman, ZOEGirl and others — more than 50 songs, all together — with four gaming modes.

It's available for both Macs and PCs. Be warned, though—Digital Praise's web site is such a Flash abomination, that I suspect that it's all a Satanic plot or something.

Christian-themed DDR-style game releasedMacworld News, 26th October 2005.

Posted in Religious Tat at 17:16. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: Red Wolf | October 28, 2005 3:08 AM

It must be a fine marketing line to walk when you're trying to sell crap to a religious audience; quite a few of whom have a hate on for both video games and dancing.

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