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Appearance of the Dancer
Just Dance 2
The dancer is a woman with green ponytailed hair. She wears a light green one-shoulder top, dark green leggings, pink stiletto heels, a single green bracelet, and a shiny pink fanny pack.
In her remake, she has turned mostly blue. Her hair is now in a shade of dark blue, and her shirt is now cyan with dark blue stripes. Her pants are also dark blue with a single pink stripe, and her bracelet is also in a shade of blue.
Just Dance 2
The stage has a dark steel background with phone cords all around it and stage lights on the floor.
In the remake, the background is pink and the cords are light blue and black; there are also some lights on the floor. Whenever the Gold Move occurs, the background gets darker, and it turns blue in the bridge.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine, all of which are the same:
All Gold Moves: Shake both of your arms.
Call Me appears in Puppet Master Modes in Just Dance 4. Here are the captions attributed to her dance moves:
- Flying Down
- Smack 'N' Throw
- Touch Me
- Whip 'N' Throw
- Call Me is the second song by Blondie in the series.
- Call Me has an avatar on Just Dance 2014, which can be obtained by reaching level 800 on the World Dance Floor.
- It also has an avatar on Just Dance 2015, where it can be unlocked at level 5 on the same feature.
- The avatar also appears on the Just Dance 2016 avatar bar (along with all avatars from the previous games and some from 2016) when unlocking a new avatar, even though it can only be obtained by buying it with Mojo coins.
- There are two lines that are not in English; the first is "Amore chiamami" (Italian) and the second is "Appelle moi mon chéri" (French) (note the accent is missing on the "é"); they both mean "Call me my dear". Because of this, it is the first song in the series to feature three different languages.
- The remake was meant to have a background closer to the original one and blue lipstick and make-up on the dancer’s face; the make-up was removed later on and the background was made purple.
- The dancer is featured on the front of the NTSC boxart but with a different color scheme (she has a purple outfit instead of a green one).
- In Call Me’s Just Dance Now pictogram sprite, there is a Beta pictogram that also appears on a screenshot of a Beta gameplay.
- Call Me samples I Was Made For Lovin’ You.
- The guitar on this pictogram (as in the Just Dance 2 version) does not appear in the preview.