Happy Feet is an immersive adventure game filled with song and dance that puts the player in the "tap shoes" of Mumble, a young penguin born into a nation of singing Emperor Penguins. Unfortunately, Mumble can't sing a note...but he can tap dance something fierce! Mumble's inability to find his "Heart-Song" means that he can never truly belong, or more importantly, win the affection of his beloved Gloria, one of the most sought-after penguins in the nation. Following the general storyline of the film, the player will be able to experience life from the point of view of Mumble; in exploration, music, dance and interaction with the friends and enemies of the penguin's world. You will become Mumble from fluffy toddler to confident adult as you belly-slide, kick, break, swim and dash through the enormity of Antarctica. The playful and lively music soundtrack complements the exciting rhythm matching game play and two-player dance-off competitions. Mumble will leave the colony an outcast, but return a hero, using his unique toe-tapping talent to save the Emperor Nation!
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