GameMill Entertainment will release 'Country Dance,' a country music video game featuring a who's who in Nashville, for Nintendo Wii in April. The game, showcasing more than 25 country hits, will be the first of its kind and is sure to be a hit with two-stepping music fans.

Mark Meadows, Vice President at GameMill Entertainment, expresses the company's excitement for the music featured in the upcoming release: "We are thrilled to have such great representation from Nashville's A-listers on this project. The caliber of this roster is incredible and we are confident that this is what country music fans have been waiting for."

Players will use their Wii remotes to mimic dance moves shown on screen, with the best imitation earning the most points. The game also has a karaoke feature, where the music fan can sing along to the best of Zac Brown Band, Miranda Lambert and Sugarland. 'Country Dance' can accommodate up to four players at a time.

The company's president, Gary Miller, also expresses his anticipation for 'Country Dance.' "With the popularity of country music and the dance genre, it seemed fitting to come out with a dance game featuring some of country's most popular artists and songs," he says, adding, "Between the top-notch choreography and chart-topping hits, this game is sure to get the entire country dancing!"

'Country Dance' for Wii is set for release on April 5, and it features some of the biggest names in the industry, including:

Carrie Underwood, 'Cowboy Casanova'
Brad Paisley, 'Water'
Sugarland, 'Stuck Like Glue'
Trace Adkins, 'Honky Tonk Badonkadonk'
Tim McGraw, 'Just to See You Smile'
Zac Brown Band, 'Chicken Fried'
Rascal Flatts, 'Life is a Highway'
Blake Shelton, 'All About Tonight'
Miranda Lambert, 'White Liar'
Johnny Cash, 'Ring of Fire'