"Party Master Mode" (originally Puppet Master Mode) is a feature on Just Dance 4 (as Puppet Master Mode) ,Just Dance 2014, Just Dance 2015, and Just Dance 2016. In Just Dance 2014, the feature is available for Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One (it only works with the Xbox consoles with the use of the Xbox Smartglass App on iOS and Android), but in Just Dance 2015 and Just Dance 2016, it appears exclusively for the Wii U.
How it works
Puppet Master Mode: There is a person that holds the gamepad in his/her hand while the others dance. On the gamepad screen, there are four dance moves, one for every JD game (JD1/2/3/4), and everyone with a name and the gamepad holder has to choose one in a little amount of time. Sometimes, there is an icon that says "Strike The Pose", and, if the holder touches it, a photo of a dancer appears on the screen; if the puppet master thinks the dancer did the pose correctly they can award them 1000 extra points.
Party Master Mode: The rules are the same, but now the captions are not one for each Just Dance game, the dancers are not listed in order (JD/JD2/JD3/JD4/JD2014/JD2015/JD2016) and it's possible to switch songs at certain times. They also have Gold Moves.
Puppet/Party Master Modes
These are the 17 songs with Puppet Master Modes on Just Dance 4.
- Ain't No Other Man
- Beauty and a Beat
- Call Me Maybe
- Good Feeling
- Love You Like A Love Song
- Mas Que Nada
- Moves Like Jagger
- Mr. Saxobeat
- Never Gonna Give You Up
- Oh No!
- Rock n' Roll (Will Take You To The Mountain)
- So What
- Super Bass
- We No Speak Americano
- What Makes You Beautiful
These are the 10 songs with Party Master Modes on Just Dance 2014.
- Flashdance... What A Feeling
- Follow The Leader
- I Will Survive
- Just Dance
- Love Boat
- She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)
- Where Have You Been
These are the 5 songs with Party Master Modes in Just Dance 2015.
These are the 5 songs with Party Master Modes in Just Dance 2016.
Unreleased Puppet/Party Master Modes
These are the songs that were planned to have a Puppet/Party Master but got removed for unknown reasons.
- What Makes You Beautiful and Born This Way are the only songs with a Puppet Master Mode that has an alternate version on its icon.
- The "Strike A Pose" icon features a silhouette of P1 from Hot Stuff.
- Captions for the dancer change during production and in later games.
- The Beta version of Just Dance 4 Puppet Master lacked the star bars; they were added later.
- Also, the "Next Move" hint was different.
- Although Party Master Mode is not on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of Just Dance 2015, files for the mode are still on the disc for the songs.
- This means that Party Master Mode was maybe going to return also on the Xbox consoles.
- In all Puppet Master Modes of Just Dance 4, the original coach, all four choices, all four previews of the next coaches, and all their masks are all rendered into one large video in the game files and each coach is cropped accordingly to a square aspect ratio. Because of this, coaches who move from side to side of the screen are edited in order to make them forcefully stay in the middle. Subsequent games have each coach as their own video.
- Starting with Just Dance 2014, most Party Master Modes repeat the same caption choices for verses and choruses. The only ones that do not repeat any sets of captions are Birthday and Maps.
- In Just Dance 4, it is possible to get a score that exceeds the maximum of 13333.
- In Just Dance 2014 on Xbox 360, a patch is required to be downloaded to use Party Master Mode.
- In Born This Way (Party Master Mode), choosing All About That Bass for the song switch may cause the game to remove all characters and stay idle. The only way to fix this would be to press pause and restart the song.
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