Who dances best? It's boys versus girls in the party game Audition

Munich, Germany, August 30, 2012.

The battle of the sexes continues with the extended Boys & Girls mode in the free-to-play dancing and party game Audition. The current update also adds new songs and a number of items.

The Boys & Girls mode has boys and girls competing against each other with new rules. Teams are made up of two or three dancers each who compete in a turn-based knockout competition. Before every round, a card is drawn randomly which grants the winners valuable bonuses such as additional experience points or the in-game currency DEN. The winning team also gets to decide which of the three randomly selected "punishments" awaits the losers. The losing team may have to bark like a dog or perform other amusing tasks, for example.

Moreover, this update adds five new tracks to the song list. Apart from two Audition-exclusives, players also receive three known titles courtesy of our cooperation with Embassy of Music: "Sonic Empire 2007" by Backside Artists vs. Geen Plank, "Ibiza" by Francesco Diaz & Y.R. feat. Tamara, and "Give Me A Sign" by Remady feat. Manu.

More than 111 new items such as summer dresses complete the patch and bring on ideal atmosphere to go with the summery weather.

For more information about Audition please visit www.prosiebengames.de/audition  

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