A new dancing queen has boogied her way into the latest edition of the Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer's Edition.

The global authority on all things record-breaking has recognised Elizabeth 'Kitty McScratch' Bolinger (USA) as the 'Most Prolific Dancing Game High Scorer' with more than 85 number one high scores on the Just Dance and Dance Central franchises.

Elizabeth's love of gaming stems from using videogames as a way to challenge herself to new heights of achievement.

The 24-year-old was first introduced to video games in the early 90's by her father, who was immersed in the world of casual PC gaming.

Having first earned a place in the 2011 Gamer's Edition with the high score for 'Dare' on Just Dance (11,661 points on Aug 8, 2010), Liz caught the record bug and has since racked up more than 85 high scores on the Twin Galaxies leader board.

Her highest score is for the Dance Central track "C'mon Ride It (The Train)", with a staggering 432,793 points.

A true dancing game enthusiast, Liz pushes the limits of her ability by achieving top scores blindfolded and sometimes backwards.

Her favourite songs to dance to include "Hot and Cold" by Katy Perry where she's scored over 16,000 points blindfolded and "Bullet Proof" by La Roux.

A long-time fan of the Guinness World Records books as a child, Liz says: "You really can make dreams happen, it's just a matter of putting in the hard work and dedication."

She is an active member of the International Video Game Hall of Fame and Museum in her hometown Ottumwa, Iowa and is dedicated to preserving the history of videogames.

Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer's Edition is out now in the US and Australia, and available in the UK on January 19th. Click here to find out more.

For more information on gaming record breaking, please visit www.guinnessworldrecords.com/gamers