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Dance Dance Revolution Mobile

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Title Screen

Dance Dance Revolution Mobile

Also known as: Dance Dance Revolution Mobile 3D
Developers: Konami Digital Entertainment, Tec Toy (BR)
Publishers: Konami (US), Tec Toy (BR)
Platform: J2ME
Released in US: 2006
Released in BR: 2006

AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.

Very little is known about Dance Dance Revolution Mobile. Aside from the info at right, it had a shy showcase during E3 2006.

Not to be confused with the J2ME game simply called Dance Dance Revolution, which itself was based on Konami's i-Mode DDR games.

Unused Charts

Within the game's data are two unused .ssqm files, which are used to store the songs' charts.

The first, godm_all.ssqm, contains early chart data for GO! Mahalo Mix, a song from Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 4. However, this data is incomplete; only its Single charts, as well as Double Beginner (located in the Maniac chart slot), can be found. Differences can be found in the Single Expert chart, which has different patterns and rhythms.

The second file, test.ssqm, contains a very barebones testing chart which consists of only four left arrows in a single measure.

Below is a download of both of these charts, as well as conversions to a more readable format (.sm, which is used by programs such as Stepmania and ArrowVortex):

Download.png Download DDR Mobile Unused Charts
File: DDRmobile-charts.zip (24,7 KB) (info)

(Source: tikal.)