In Roblox Mad City, emotes can be obtained through redeeming promotional codes or from season rewards. Emotes are such special animations either dances or actions. You can get an emote to use in the game with redemption of code. So, make sure to look for the working codes for Mad City Emote.
Do you wonder what the valid code for Mad City emotes is right now? If you really want to get emote through redeeming the promo code, thankfully, this post will show you a valid code for Mad City emote. Let’s see our post below!
Working Code for Mad City Emote
There’s currently only one code that will give you a Mad City emote. The latest and active code for Mad City emote is ‘ILLYBOUNCE’. This code will grant a Billy Bounce emote that you can use in the game. Aside from promotional codes, you can also get it from either the Emote Pack 1 or Emote Pack 2 game passes.
If you really want to get this Billy Bounce remote in Mad City, you certainly need to redeem one of the codes as soon as possible, due to it will expire immediately. Make sure to enter the code exactly as each code is case-sensitive. However, you may copy and paste the code to prevent typos or errors.
How to Use the Emote in Roblox Mad City?
When you already have an emote in this game, you can use it for fun. You should open your Phone and click on the ‘Emotes’ section and then choose the emote you would like to use from a scrollable list.
Here’s a List of All Emotes in Mad City!
- Wave: shows a waving motion.
- Point: shows a pointing motion with the right arm.
- Laugh: shows a laughing motion.
- Cheer: shows a motion where the players flail arms recklessly.
- Dance 1: shows a dance where the player takes steps and raises their arms.
- Dance 2: shows a dance where the player rotates their arms 90 degrees and looks at the arm they are rotating.
To note: all of the free emotes are also default Roblox emotes.
Game Pass Emotes
Emote Pack 1
- Dab: shows a motion where the player puts their face in their arm and then swings the other arm out.
- Orange Justice: shows a dance consisting of various complex moves which originate from the popular video game Fortnite.
- Pump It: shows a complex dance which originates from the song ‘Pump it’ by the Black Eyed Peas.
- Floss: shows a dance where the player rapidly moves their arms in front of and behind their torso.
- Wiggle: shows a simple dance where the players wiggles their body.
- Hype: shows a dance where the player has their foot off the ground while swinging their arm on that side and looking towards it.
- Take the L: shows a dance where the player puts their right hand over their head with their right thumb and index finger forming an ‘L’ while kicking their feet.
- Best Mates: shows a simple dance which involves the player stretching their elbows and taking steps.
Emote Pack 2
- Electro Shuffle: shows a more complex version of the shuffle dance, involving more movement.
- Sprinkler: shows a dance emote which involves putting one hand on the head and the other arm at a right angle facing away from the player while dancing.
- Infinite Dab: shows a version of the Dab which repeats forever.
- Pop Lock: shows a very complex dance that involves the player swinging their arms and torso around.
- Slitherin: shows an emote which involves putting each arm, facing away from each other and then slithering them vertically.
- Robot: shows a dance which involves doing a sequence of tight, robot-like movements.
- Squat Lick: shows a dance emote which involves jumping up and down while swinging and kicking the feet in many complex ways.
- Dance Moves: shows a dance emote which originated from TV show Scrubs, in which a character does a dance to the song ‘Poison’. This dance involves clapping while making some simple foot movements.
To note, Infinite Dab used to have a bass-boosted audio which was on loop forever when said emote was used.
Season Rewards Emotes
Season 2 Emotes
- Pony: shows a dance where the feet are kept comfortably together, while various arm and hand motions are possible. Movement around the dance floor may occur, but there’s no line-of-dance.
- Breakdown: shows a dance which features some hip-hop dance moves.
Season 3 Emotes
- Headbanger: shows a dance introduced in 1969 by Led Zeppelin. This dance consists of a short sequence of headbanging with rock music playing.
- Twist: shows a dance which consists of a sequence of twisting the arms and legs in opposing directions while the player leans forward or backwards.
- Eagle: shows a dance where a character is flapping their hands and bending forward and back in a rapid succession.
Season 4 Emotes
- Jaywalk: shows a dance with a walking style which has been around since 1970. This dance makes the player stand straight and begin to move their legs close by to left and right. This emote and Pony emote are the only Mad City emotes which allow movement without cancelling the emote.
- Boneless: shows a dance where a character swings their arms around, as if they had no bones. This emote can be obtained after reaching Rank 90 in Season 4.
Season 5 Emotes
- Hotline Bling: has the player squat and swing their arms. This emote can be unlocked by reaching Rank 45 in Season 5.
- Fresh: involves swinging one’s arms from side to side and clapping. This dance can be unlocked by reaching Rank 90 on Season 5.
Season 7 Emotes
- Distraction Dance: can be obtained after reaching Rank 45 in Season 7. This dance is named and animated after the Distract Fail in Fleeing the Complex from the Henry Stickmin series.
- Say So: shows a dance which involves simple arm movements. This emote can be obtained after reaching Rank 90 in Season 7.
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