Harder Level For Nonstop
At the screen were you choose the nonstop mixes press right and you will get a harder level to play at.
There is a remix of 20, November that you can hear/dance to in Lesson Mode and How To Play tutorial.
Mastering "Machine Gun Steps"
The term "Machine Gun Steps" is used to described
steps that are repeated in a 1/8 or 1/16 step
pattern. For example: up, up or left, left, left,
left. Basically these steps can be done with
ease if you remember not to lift your feet too
high. Keeping your feet low and close to the
pad/platform will help you in pressing the same
button more than once faster. Another more
effective way of mastering these is to use
the "heel & toe" method, where you press the
arrow with your heel and press it again with your
toe. If the step pattern repeats the arrow more
than two time, continue to alternate the heel and
the toe. You can also try running in place but
this will result in slowing you down after the
repeating step pattern has ended.
Mastering The 1/8ths And 1/16ths Steps
1/8 and 1/16 steps may throw you off because it
suddenly causes you to dance faster. Here are
some tips. Remember that just because you may
have to step on the right arrow, that does not
mean you have to use your right foot. Also look
ahead (towards the bottom of the screen) so you
know what is coming, and so you can face away
from the screen for a brief moment.
An example combining all the mentioned tips is as
follows. Take a LEFT, DOWN, RIGHT pattern. An
easier way to master this type of pattern is to
alternate feet. Use your left foot to press
left, right foot to press down, and swing your
left foot and turn your body to use your left
foot to press right. May sound confusing but
when you break it apart and try it, all should be
easier. Same is as follows for other patterns
that are similar.