Floor Kids is a rhythm breakdancing game, featuring freestyle competitions, unlockable characters, and head-to-head multiplayer.
Pro Great, immersive soundtrack
Dancing along to professionally produced musical tracks that you would hear in real breakdancing showdowns really ups the immersion factor. All of the tracks feature a frantic, fast-paced beat that are easy to get into, which helps make putting your dance routine together a really great experience. All the music in the game was written and produced by Kid Koala, a popular DJ who is best known for the musical groups Deltron 3030 and Gorillaz.
Pro Satisfying freedom in your dancing
During songs, you can perform any dance moves you want, giving you a lot of freedom in how you express yourself. Staying in time with the beat and being able to hold moves such as headstands, freezes, and spins for as long as possible will increase your score, but which ones you decide to perform and string together is completely up to you. Putting together your own dance routines and interpreting the music in your own way, as opposed to being locked into predetermined patterns, is a very satisfying approach to the rhythm genre.
Pro Lots of fun dance moves to play around with
There are several different dancing styles with each style having their own library of individual dance moves. Having a wide variety of moves to pick and choose from means you'll always have a way to please the crowd, pull off the moves you personally find enjoyable, and work towards becoming the breakdance champ. Additionally, there are eight unique characters, and all them have their own stylized movesets, combos, and strengths. This sheer variety of moves available means you'll always find something cool to dance to the beat with.
Pro Fun multiplayer mode
Floor Kids features a fun two-player mode in which you can go head to head against a friend on any song you've unlocked. During the songs, you'll take turns breakdancing during verses trying to get your scores as high as possible. When the chorus hits, you'll both be playing at the same time, attempting to outmatch your opponent on the frantic beat in realtime. It can be quite fun watching your friend breakdancing and giving it their all, only to turn around and attempt to outdance him with own your own cool combos and moves on your next turn.