Audition Online Game

Do you love to dance? How about playing Online Games? Well, if you do, please carry on reading this article.

This is a guide to start off with Audition Online Gaming, a very fun and interactive game which I strongly recommend for you.


After you click on a server, you’ll be in a place we term “Lobby”.

  1. ROOMS

In the lobby, you’ll see rooms in which some are playing (on progress) while others are not. In order to play, just double click on any room. You cannot join rooms which are:

On progress – This means you have to wait for the players inside to finish the song they’re playing Password protected – If you see a lock before the room name, simply means it has a password that you must type in correctly in order for you to get inside.

Each room can handle a max of 6 players and 10 watchers. If you will join a room which already has 6 players on the dance floor, you’ll see that your character will just be at the back –meaning, you are just part of the audience and all you can do is observe. Once there is an sbobet available slot infront, just click on “join” if you want to participate on the game.


The master of the room is the one who holds the DJ. He has the authority to send invitations to people in the lobby to join the game, force people out of the room, close slots, pick songs, choose the stage, and determine the mode of each game. For you to be a DJ, you must make your own room, by ticking on “Create Room” in the lobby. While you are inside, you may pass the DJ/authority to someone else by clicking “watch”. The dj will automatically be transferred to the next person who enters after you.


Room titles have color codings. Each color will tell you what type of room it is. The type of room affects how you would play the game. You can select the type of room from the dropdown box, after clicking “create room”. White – means normal mode Orange – Club dance Pink/Purple – Ballroom Yellow – Beat Up Green – Beat rush Violet – 1,2 party Blue – Battle Party

  1. SONGS

The songs can be listed alphabetically by song title or by artist. It may also be listed according to the BPM (beats per minute). The BPM affects the speed of the song. The higher the BPM, the faster the song, therefore the harder it is to play. For newbies, it is great to practice with the slowest song which is often around 80-90 BPM.