Battle friends in multiplayer action. From first opening the box, this game was ready to play within 5 minutes. We have two young boys and the skill level works for the whole family. I love that it lets the participant set the pace. The faster you alternate, the faster you go. Holds there attention, would recommend all to buy this Wii game.
I can easily play this game for an hour or so every day without getting bored. I have a 3 year old nephew that loves and can understand the game. They even had some friends over to play, and the whole group of them reall y got into it. This is a great game for kids and families. Furthermore, you exercise and game at the same time with your friends, since it supports head-to-head and cooperative multiplayer modes. Takes a lot of energy to do most of the activities and makes them tired so that is great to me.
Kids hold the Wii remote in their hands and place their feet on the mat to play 16 high-energy games. If you like Wii Fit, this is similar but you do a lot of jumping in this one. My sons took it out of the box, and had it up and running, by themselves, in minutes. Although this game is not on the same level as a , it could be used as part of an exercise routine as it makes you work out but in a fun way. Hang onto your box because the mat fold pretty easily for storage. Now he can play the Wii! One girl even thought she'd be sly and text her mom to come pick her up two hours later than we'd agreed upon.
Through a combination of the game mat and your Wii remote, you experience a variety of outdoor fitness adventures. It's meant for active, family gamers! For simple yet sweat-inducing exercise, this game also contains preset routines for endurance, reflexes, and general body strength. Additionally, players can create their own courses. I highly recommend this game, and the other two Wii titles I just mentioned to anyone looking to stay in shape and have fun doing it. Your heart will pump with this. There are areas on the screen that if you skate over them, you accelerate or slow down-depending on which color area you pass over-basically avoid the red areas.
The next mode is Exercise Training, which lets you pick an exercise routine, with themes ranging from jumping to running. My children range in age 15 to 2 and they all have been enjoying this. The first similarity to Wii Fit that players will encounter is Mii integration. This info is taken from the instruction booklet that comes with it-with bits of my own info thrown in. While a majority of these multiplayer activities simply involve running in place as fast as you can, the ones that differ from this design are the ones that truly shine. Some use just the mat controller, whereas others add in use of the Wii remote.
Like another comment, it's difficult to keep the mat centered, but that is a minor nit. Alas, I found myself in search of active, indoor pursuits that wouldn't involve sitting, trance-like, in front of an electronic device. The final mode is Free Play, a mod that lets you pick and play any event you desire. When I typed it, there were spaces and empty lines in between paragraphs. What a great way to spend Christmas morning together. I'm really not a gamer, so I can't comment on the gaming side of things, but I can report that my 9 and 6 year old sons are having a blast with this. Active Life can be played by anyone - young or old, from sedentary overweight folks to athletes.
You can use this course for interval training; for instance, run for 10 seconds and walk for 20 seconds or the other way around! You stand on the mat and shift your weight by lifting up which ever foot is necessary to steer the cart around corners. I have a competitive nature, and this just fills the bill. Everyone was able to do all of the games. But overall, this is an awesome first entry for what I hope will be a long and successful series! The screen will then show which area of the mat to press to perform the trick and gain points. I think it is part of the charm of the Wii games. Free Play mode enables you to access any unlocked mini-game on its own. Play alone or with a friend in both competitive and cooperative challenges.
I highly recommend this game for all ages. I purchased this for family game night and it's been a favorite for over a year now. It would be nice to advance This is a hit my grandson of 4 my daugter 20 and her friends love it my wife and all our friends think its great. But it's with the cooperative games that things get even more interesting. All and all not major problems that should discourage somebody from getting th is game.