Dance Dance Revolution Machine Hire
Daily Hire Price£595.00 Exl VAT
Everyone loves to dance and there is no better way to get everyone on their feet than with the original DDR dance arcade machine hire! This is a classic that everybody remembers and now is your opportunity to hire this authentic retro machine for events and parties across the country. It’s time to bring the beat!
|Manchester / North West||£150.00 each way|
|Birmingham / Midlands||£250.00 each way|
|London /South||£350.00 each way|
Make it a Package
|Dimensions||216 × 178 × 225 cm|
Measurements are approximates and may vary between products.
The History of Dance Dance Revolution (DDR)
The DDR dance arcade machine was first released in 1998 and ever since then it has been a hit with music lovers. They were often found in bowling arcades, family fun centers and theme parks – any place that had large areas of open space.
It was launched in Japan in 1998 as part of the Bemani series, before arriving in Europe, and the USA in 1999.
In 2001 Nintendo released their version called Dance Dance Revolution Mario Mix. This was not a true DDR machine but had 4 dance pads with 4 different games to play on your GameCube. In 2002 Konami released the DDRMAX2 PlayStation 2 game which included all previous songs from
Now you can have your very own DDR machine at your party!
How to play
The game is played by stepping on arrows which correspond to the music being played, the player must follow the beat in time by pressing their feet on panels called dance mats.
Gameplay has three basic components, tapping in time to arrows with your feet, using directional controls when they are available and stepping on specific panels in order to receive in-game rewards.
The original game offers four modes: Solo, Versus, Double and Training.
- Solo mode allows the player to practice each song on a specific difficulty level.
- Versus would be used at arcades or parties where two players can play simultaneously, competitively or co-operatively, finishing songs for ‘the best score’.
- Double is also used in arcades and parties, it requires another set of pads to be connected.
- Training mode is used to learn moves in order to begin playing songs.