System Requirements
Windows VISTA/XP/2000
* 1 GHz Pentium 3
* 300 MB available hard disk space
* 512 MB RAM
* Supported T&L capable video card with at least 32 MB of video RAM
* 8X CD-ROM drive
* Direct sound 9.0 compatible sound card
* Speakers or headphones
* USB compatible dance pad (included)
Mac OS:
Mac OS X v10.2 or later
* 1 GHz G3
* 300 MB available hard disk space
* 512 MB RAM
* 8X CD-ROM drive
* 32 MB Video RAM
* Speakers or headphones
* USB compatible dance pad (not included)
Thanks to Digital Praise for giving us this game to review!
Top Hits is the second expansion pack designed for the Dance Praise 2 engine. It offers 35 new songs and a new arcade game. It’s nice that the original Dance Praise can play the new tracks from this expansion, though you’ll miss out on the Rock ‘n Block game.

How to play

As the music plays, arrows trickle down the screen. As they line up with the arrow grid on the bottom, you have to press the corresponding arrow on the dance pad. As you play on harder difficulty levels, the number of arrows and complexity increases. The arrow grid on the bottom shrinks as well, requiring you to be more accurate.

There’s a new game mode called Rock ‘n Block, in this game you have to use the dance pad to activate shields surrounding your base. You have to protect your base from asteroids. There is some protection but a direct hit to the base will end your game.

What new songs are there?

Everylasting God - Lincoln Brewster
Let It Roll - Group 1 Crew
In Christ - Big Daddy Weave
These Pages - Mainstay
Neverending - David Crowder Band
Live For You - Rachel Lampa
Hold On - Stellar Kart
No Plan B - Group 1 Crew
Rescue Me - Inhabited
One World - TobyMac
Open My Eyes - Inhabited
Carry Me Down - Demon Hunter
Never Let Me Go - Family Force 5
Numb - Family Force 5
Clap Ya Hands - Group 1 Crew
Mirror - Barlow Girl
The Show - Hawk Nelson
Welcome Home - Brian Littrell
We Win - Israel and New Breed
I Am - Ginny Owens
Steal My Joy - Mandisa
What It Means - Jeremy Camp
Your Love Is Better - Newsboys
Everylasting God - Lincoln Brewster
I Need You - Relient K
These Pages - Mainstay
Glorify Him - Darwin Hobbs
I Need You To Love Me - Barlow Girl
Sunrise - Nicole Nordeman
Black Box - This Beautiful Republic
Great & Mighty - Smokie Norful
Let\'s Go Back - Everyday Sunday
Love Addict - Family Force 5


The expansion pack does not enhance or change the graphics of the Dance Praise 2 engine. The max resolution this game supports is still 1024x768; it looks decent being stretched by my wide screen monitor.


The music selection is great; there’s a wide variety of music styles. The sound quality is good and the announcer isn’t annoying, so that’s a plus. Rock n’ Block didn’t have earth shattering sound effects, it just played music from the game in the background.


I have not run into any problems or glitches playing this game. If you want to play Dance Praise 1 songs/expansions it will prompt you for the CD which is a bit annoying.


This is a game that has God honoring songs; I find no fault here. It’s a great game for families, churches and youth groups.

Final Thoughts

This expansion adds over thirty songs to your collection. The song selection is great and there are many good artists here. There’s a wide variety of music genres and there’s something to please everyone. The asking price of $24.99 is fair. The Rock ‘n Block game is probably my least favorite of the arcade add-ins. The dance steps weren’t super challenging so hardcore DDR players may be disappointed. This is a good addition for the casual player who owns either Dance Praise 1 or 2.

Final Score
Gameplay: 14/20
Graphics: 8/10
Sound: 8/10
Stability: 5/5
Interface: 3/5
Appropriateness: 50/50
Overall: 88%

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