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Epilogue. Zootopia fanart

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First in pool
Hunting
First free drawing on the Patreon's raffle.
This was for metalpuppywolf666

He wanted his fursona playing Pump it up, because he loves playing it in real life.

If you want to participate on next raffle for a free drawing, donate on my Patreon, next one is on March 5th.
https://www.patreon.com/pandapaco

Donations on Patreon don't give you access to exclusive art or special features, everything I share on internet, I still sharing it for free. And that support me on still doing my web comic Art & Biro
Nowadays is really hard to do something just for free, but I love to share all the things and everyone could appreciate it for free. So this support me a lot for continue on this project who more than one person is loving it, everyone has my big gratitude for that.
And I still loving all of you even if you don't donate :P

Your nice comments, favorites and notes are my engine to continue working on silly and cutie drawings for all you.

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Published: 2 years, 9 months ago
Rating: General

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whitewulfe
2 years, 9 months ago
Man, I remember how fun that game was.  Pity it never seemed to catch on over where I live, since the music is absolutely amazing and the X patterened pads offer a lot more with the game over DDR and ITG's cross/plus sign four pad pattern.
pandapaco
2 years, 9 months ago
Awrrr I never played this u__u
But I remember very well to see people playing and dancing, they really looked amazing.
whitewulfe
2 years, 9 months ago
Yeah, I remember watching some of the mid-2000's world competition videos and it was difficult keeping my jaw off the floor with the routines some of the guys were performing.  Once you figure out what kind of flow the song's steps are aiming for, I always found Pump It Up to be a lot more... Invigorating.

Never did get into it as competitively as I did with DDR, and especially ITG...  Still can't believe just how quiet the room got (with something like 35 people crammed into it!!!) at one competition when the random song selector picked Vertex^2, because everyone in that room knew I had been fighting over the high score board with the person I was competing with then and there for over a month...  I lost by half a percent, but both of us were quite happy to be able to "settle" the rivalry right then and there in an actual competition (she wound up getting 2nd overall in that particular tournament, if I remember correctly).  I've never seen a room at a competition be that quiet for sooooo long, especially for such a well known (at least for the area) rivalry.   .....Even the owner of the establishment (a really nice pool hall in Calgary, AB, Canada) made some of the pool customers wait because he wanted to see how it ended!
RileyShepherd
2 years, 9 months ago
I love ddr, but I hate these diagnol arrow ones
pandapaco
2 years, 9 months ago
I don't know, I never played any.
But I'm sure those were really fun. I remember I enjoyed looking playing them
RileyShepherd
2 years, 9 months ago
Some people are crazy with their feet :3
whitewulfe
2 years, 9 months ago
DDR (and In the Groove) were just up down left and right, whereas Pump it Up went with the X pattern as it mimicks real life dancing styles more - for lack of a better word - naturally.  DDR did have two versions that had diagonal arrows as well though - Solo, and Solo 2000, which added in an up-left and an up-right arrow to the mix.

Pump It Up (aka Pump, or PIU) has a TON of K-pop in it due to being a Korean game, and arguably has more die hard fans due to the increased technical skills required to play it, and there are still yearly freestyle competitions done on the various Pump machines.

The Diagonal arrows do throw you for a loop, and take a while to be able to pick up though - I could do Heavy 9's on DDR (Max2 and Extreme Arcade) and even Heavy 8's on double but I usually would struggle with Medium 7's on pump due to the sheer changes in footwork you needed on Pump.  I only ever did try out Exceed though, since machines just weren't that popular where I lived.
PrinceEden
2 years, 9 months ago
I Just Imagine Him Dancing Him To "Stamp On The Ground* by ItaloBrothers~
klonoakun
2 years, 9 months ago
i remember when i started with the NX version and when a had a DDR game too, in that time i was a beginner XD
and now im more skilled in that two games, each one have amazing songs, graphics and little details, but with the same objetive of have fun :D

PD: i have a DDR X and a Pump It Up Exceed on my PS2
VJCoon
2 years, 9 months ago
Looks awesome I love the style of the image
rosebuster
2 years, 9 months ago
Awesome! This stuff is fun to play. :)
TayFox1510
1 year, 9 months ago
Jeje, seguido lo juego, es muy entretenido, sano y divertido... y algo adictivo :'3 es de mis favoritos ~
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