During normal gameplay, arrows scroll upwards from the bottom of the screen and pass over flashing stationary arrows referred to as the "guide arrows" or "receptors". Similar to DDR's gameplay, there are 4 flashing stationary arrows. When the scrolling arrows overlap the stationary ones, the player must step on the corresponding arrows on the dance platform. Longer arrows referred to as "holds" must be held down for their entire length for them to count.
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It was released to arcades officially on June 18, It was available as an upgrade kit and as a dedicated cabinet developed by Andamiro. There are a total of songs available in the arcade version. This includes all 72 from the original arcade game, the three new songs in the home version, and 65 brand new songs, four of which are hidden and unlockable. A lawsuit filed by Konami on May 9, , asked for an injunction against the sale of the upgrade kit version. October 23, Konami and Roxor reached an out-of-court settlement, which resulted in Konami acquiring the intellectual property rights to the In The Groove franchise and thus effectively terminating the distribution of the game in North America. In development, it was known solely as In the Groove 2. However, "Pump It Up" only appears on the marquee of the dedicated cabinets developed by Andamiro. The name also appears on the title screen of an un-updated Andamiro made cabinet. The name appears nowhere on an upgraded cabinet.