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Country Dance

Artists and songs announced for darn tootin' game.

The list of country artists who will have families dancing this Spring includes:

·         Carrie Underwood, “Cowboy Casanova”

·         Brad Paisley, “Water”

·         Sugarland, “Stuck Like Glue”

·         Trace Adkins, “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk”

·         Tim McGraw, “Just to See You Smile”

·         Zac Brown Band, “Chicken Fried”

·         Rascal Flatts, “Life is A Highway”

·         Blake Shelton, “All About Tonight”

·         Miranda Lambert, “White Liar”

·         Johnny Cash, “Ring of Fire”

“We are thrilled to have such great representation from Nashville’s A-listers on this project,” said Mark Meadows, Vice President of Marketing at GameMill Entertainment. “The caliber of this roster is incredible and we are confident that this is what country music fans have been waiting for. Our music agent DeeDee Drays delivered a list that is unmatched in the music genre and truly sets this game apart from any other dance game available.”

Country Dance is the first game of its kind for country music fans featuring more than 25 smash hits from some of country music’s biggest stars.  Players utilize the Wii Remote™ as they mimic on-screen dance moves to their favorite country tunes and earn points depending on how well the moves are replicated.

“With the popularity of country music and the dance genre, it seemed fitting to come out with a dance game featuring some of country’s most popular artists and songs,” said Gary Miller, President at GameMill Entertainment. “Between the top-notch choreography and chart-topping hits, this game is sure to get the entire country dancing!”

Country Dance supports up to four players, so players can challenge or get in step with their family and friends in the competitive or cooperation modes.  Song lyrics are displayed on screen as well so players can belt the high notes to their favorite tunes.   Users can customize their character and unlock new songs and rewards as they progress through the game.

Country Dance, developed by High Voltage Software, is rated E 10+ by the ESRB. For more information about Country Dance, please visit www.game-mill.com.

About GameMill Entertainment

GameMill Entertainment is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. GameMill is a third party publisher of various Children's and Casual games for the PC, Nintendo DS, and Wii from Nintendo.  With development across the globe, GameMill is a source of entertaining and fun games for all ages. www.game-mill.com.

About D3 Entertainment

D3 Entertainment  is a music licensing company and entertainment law practice located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  DeeDee Drays, President of D3, has executive produced many platinum and gold record compilations, consulted companies on a wide variety of music based projects, and secured rights to Grammy and CMA award winning music for use in the television, advertising, music compilation, and video game industries.  Contact dddrays@me.com .

About High Voltage Software, Inc.

High Voltage Software (HVS) is an award-winning independent game development company located at Illinois' Hoffman Estates. Established in 1993, HVS has successfully produced a wide variety of license-based video game titles that include early childhood development, professional sports, motion picture adaptations, and original intellectual properties. Red Eye Studios, a motion capture facility, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of HVS. More information can be found at www.high-voltage.com. 

©2011 GameMill Entertainment. GameMill is a registered trademark of Educational Initiatives, Inc. Wii is a trademark of Nintendo. © 2006 Nintendo. All other trademarks and trade names are the properties of their respective owners. All rights reserved.


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