Dance Dance Revolution S (found resurfaced mobile app; 2009)

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DanceDanceRevolution S app icon that's used in the App Store and Google Play store.

Status: Found

Date found: 4 Apr 2016

Found by: solariszero

Dance Dance Revolution S (ダンスダンスレボリューションS Dansu Dansu Reboryūshon Esu), more commonly known as DDR S, was a rhythm game created by Konami on February 27th, 2009 for Japanese iOS, March 5th, 2009 for the United States and May 14th, 2009 for the European market. It was eventually ported over to Windows Mobile on December 17th, 2009 and Android on March 25th, 2011. It was the first DDR mobile game to use Shake Mode that implemented the usage of the phone's accelerometers for play, albeit the only song for that was Lesson by DJ. Shake Mode was unavailable for Windows Mobile and Android, it only being provided for iOS.

The game included 25 songs and with fourteen characters, ten and three available at the start, respectively. The player could unlock the rest of the songs as well as the characters through playing the game. The game was notable for not having any CHALLENGE charts to play with, even if the songs had them originally on the arcade and console versions. Also to note was that getting a MARVELOUS or PERFECT is worth the same amount of score.

A free version was put out called DanceDanceRevolution S Lite that only had one song on it, that being -Flowers-.

On September 10th, 2015, KONAMI officially discontinued DDR S. However; it still can be found on the Google Play store if you have a compatible device in which to play it. If not, the game can be found on .apk sites, such as QooApp in its' entirety.



DDR S on RemyWiki - Retrieved 4, April 2016.

Dance Dance Revolution S on Wikipedia - Retrieved 4, April 2016.