Ultimate Chicken Horse is not a dancing game, but it did make me dance. I am not alone in this. At the end of each preposterous challenge your character - be it a chicken, horse, raccoon, lamb or gecko - will get jiggy with it, should they reach their goal. This doesn't happen very often, so it's worth celebrating. The papercraft aesthetic may resemble a cutesy South Park at a glance, but it's so expressive that each animal avatar has their own unique version of waving their hooves/paws/talons in the air like they just don't care. I've yet to play a match of Ultimate Chicken Horse where somebody doesn't emulate their avatar's gloating behaviour.