P1 wears blue tights with green with triangles, a lime green tee shirt and a pair of red shoes. Her green hair is tied in a ponytail.
P2 wears a pair red pants and teal open denim vest. His hair is red, and he wears green gloves and booties. He is also the dancer for the With A Katana routine, where he holds with him a blue encased katana.
P2 Katana Version
The background appears to be a pinball game with lighted buffers and a pair of red pinball flaps which consistently flap towards and away from the coaches. The pinball game also lights up in bright colours. When the machine dims down, a blue-orange snake and a gorilla can be seen. Occasionally, giant pinballs can be seen rolling in the game.
There are a total of 6 Gold Moves for each player in this routine: Gold Move 1, 2, 3 and 4: Slowly raise your arms up in the picture shown. Gold Move 5: This might be a tricky one, with your arms up, move your arms in a "360" degree angle. Gold Move 6: This is the last move of the routine, your left arm will have to be flat (P1 does this in another direction), and the right arm goes in a bent direction (Again, P1 does the same but with another arm).
Gold Moves 1, 2, 3 & 4
Gold Move 5
Gold Move 6
Gold Moves 1, 2, 3, & 4 in-game
Gold Move 5 in-game
Gold Move 6 in-game
With A Katana
There are 4 Gold Moves in the With A Katana version: Gold Moves 1 and 3: Raise both arms above your head while holding the katana. Gold Moves 2 and 4: Crouch holding both arms (and the katana) in front of you.
Tribal Dance’s With A Katana alternate appears in Party Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to his dance moves.
With A Katana
The background resembles the music video of No Limit, another 2 Unlimited song. Tribal Dance’s music video's elements are a tribe and a cavern.
When playing the With A Katana routine on the Wii, Wii U, or PlayStation 3, the Wii remote or Move remote has to be treated as the Katana for the best score. On the Xbox 360, since its Kinect camera is the one to track moves, you may have to use a long thin object (e.g. a pool cue stick or an umbrella).
This is the second song by 2 Unlimited in the series, after No Limit.
This is the second song from Just Dance 4 to get a remake (on Just Dance Now), after Die Young. In the remake, some of the extra neon of the clothes is removed.
Three scoring detection files for the Alternate are misspelled as "tribaldancealt_nunchkupose.msm" (instead of "nunchaku"), and "tribaldancealt_arakirileft" and "tribaldancealt_arakiriright" (instead of "harakiri").