Orthodox Jews: besides the fact that they all hate bike lanes, they're just like us! But there was always one thing culturally separating the Orthodox from everyone else: a lack of dance-oriented video games marketed to them. It was an inequality that could only be solved with a Thanksgiving miracle: a new game has been developed that is modeled after "Dance Dance Revolution," but with techno versions of Hebrew and Yiddish songs instead of the general ootz-ootz stuff.

The game, "Step It Up," was created by Faigy Grossman, and features shots of popular male Jewish music stars like Lipa Schmeltzer and Avraham Fried singing biblically inspired tune. "The game meets our standards for modesty...Many [Orthodox Jews] just won't listen to non-Jewish music. They're also offended by graphics showing women dancing in the background," Grossman said.