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Jakks Pacific Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports Motion Controller Video Game

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  • Use your wirless motion controller to swing, roll and throw your way through five exciting sports and video games
  • Features bowling, golf, tennis, baseball and football
  • Get in the game with add-on accessories and now you are really part of the action onscreen
  • Plug n play technology hence no console or additional software needed
  • Great for kids and adults
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 13.6 x 17 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001535JG6
  • Item model number: 61052
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #158,395 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
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Product Description


Play your favorite sports like a pro with the Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports video game. This fun and entertaining interactive video game will have your five- to 10-year-old child hitting home runs like a champ, tossing a football like a quarterback, and acing their opponents on the tennis court in no time flat.

The game controllers look like real sports equipment. View larger.
What We Think

Fun Factor:


(what this means)

The Good: Allows you to control the sports action with your own movements

The Bad: Requires a lot of space for play

In a Nutshell: Gives young kids the chance to practice their favorite sports moves
At a Glance

Ages: 5 and up
Requires: Two AAA batteries, four AA batteries and a television
Let The Games Begin!
With the Swing Zone Sports video game, your child can get right in the middle of the action. The set-up is simple, and with five different sports challenges to choose from, the fun will last for hours . To get started, simply insert two AAA batteries into the game controller, four AA batteries into the game console, and hook it up to your television with the AV cable provided. Give your child plenty of room to perform all of their favorite sports action and watch as they shine like a sports star.

Your child can choose from one of six sports competitors and games: tossing footballs like a quarterback at moving targets; throwing strikes as they bowl 10 frames in the bowling challenge; serving and returning smash hits on the tennis court; teeing up for a round of golf or hitting home runs for points on the baseball diamond; and more.

Each sports challenge comes with the option of one or two players, with high scores recorded so your little athlete can keep track of their progress. Adding to the fun are the lightweight, plastic game controller accessory handles, individually designed to look like real sports equipment.

Get Off The Couch And Into The Action!
Once you have connected the Swing Zone Sports game console to your television, take a moment to sync it to the hand-held game controller. This may take a few tries of pushing the right buttons, but once the status indicator on the game controller begins flashing, your child is ready to go. Be sure to give them plenty of room to play (at least eight feet of space) so they can safely mimic real sports motions like tossing and swinging. And remember to keep the adjustable wrist strap securely wrapped around each player's wrist during play as forgetting to do so might result in them loosing their grip during the exciting action.

A fun and entertaining way to learn basic athletic moves, the Swing Zone Sports video game engages your younger child with bright graphics and simple but fun sports challenges. The variety of activities combined with the entertaining choices of sports characters and the durable plastic accessory handles makes this video game fun and engaging for young players.

What's in the Box
Game console with a/v cable, game controller, and five controller accessory handles.

Product Description

Swing, roll, putt, serve and pass your way through five all-star sports challenges.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This game is a great alternative to the Wii.
Anthony Branham
It has bowling, tennis, golf, baseball and football.
This game is a lot of fun for the whole family.
Victoria A. Westhoff

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Tennille Infante on December 9, 2008
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I bought this item for my in-laws. They love to play the wii bowling when they are over our house. They originally wanted to buy a wii but not worth the money to them because they only like the bowling game. We bought this as an alternative for them. I just got it today and decided to test it out with my husband before we give it to them as a christmas gift. Set up was easy, add batteries, plug and play!!! No problems with the remote sync. We tested all the games and they were fun. I think my father-in-law will like the bowling game alot. I did press the sync button on the console by mistake thinking it was the power button and needed to re-sync the remote. I followed the instructions on the back of the console and had no problems. Overall, very easy, great for kids and adults. I would purchase again.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Gregory J. Snyder on December 22, 2008
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This is actually a fun toy. I've played with it for a few days now, and I'm actually pretty pleased with it given the price. No, it's not a Wii. It's a toy that costs about 1/10th of a Wii. So no direct comparisons should be made. And with that said, this game unit still has some really fun game play. It's meant to be a toy, not a serious gaming platform.

I've read a few complaints about syncing the remote with the base unit. It's quite easy, and I've not had a single problem. The complainers either were using old batteries or so technologically inept that the touch-tone phone is still a new concept for them. Turn the base unit "on"; Press "A" on the remote. Done!

All the (5) sporting games are fun, and they're all quite unique from each other. (1) Golf: The course is a bit boring--but the wind strength and direction make it interesting. (2) Bowling. (What can I say? It's bowling! But there is "bumper bowling" for the wee-ones.) (3) Tennis. (One player.) Probably my least favorite, because I stink at it (4) Home-Run Derby. (5) Football: (A game of accuracy, as you throw a football through moving targets.)

Set-up was easy. My "gripes" (word used loosely) is that the sound is only mono (not stereo), and there's only one remote (so there's no head-to-head game play). But with that said--these guys had to cut costs somewhere, so I see these offenses as passable. Buy a "Y" RCA splitter, and tell the kids to share. (Some games have 2-player mode, others do not.)

For the money (approximately 1/10th of a Wii), this is a great little purchase. It's great for occasional use, and for non-serious gamers. And considering how many other parents I know who have Wii's on shelves (unused) collecting dust--this is a great niche product that's perfect for a lot of people.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D. Mosier on February 6, 2009
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I bought this for my 63 year old father to play with his 9 and 12 yr old grandkids. For that purpose, it is great. Most games had a short learning curve, you could pick it up quickly. I visited this past weekend and my arm is still sore from how much we played it (note, you do not have to go wild with a product like this, you can simply flick your wrist and you will get as good or even better results than swinging away...but what fun is that?!?) Keep in mind this is not a Wii, and shouldn't be compared to it. Review of the games:

Bowling. 1-2 players. Regular or with bumpers. 10 frames. Little learning curve. I list this first because it was, by a wide margin, the most played in our household. The bowling game offers a good level playing field. No matter your real world talent, anyone can win a game of Jakks bowling, which makes it perfect to play with younger kids or your wife =) Lots of fun.

Golf. 1-2 players. 9 holes at a time. Medium learning curve. Golf was fun, nothing overly impressive, but about what I would have expected. Sand and water traps, par 3-5. Pretty fun, and even the kids can pull off 300+ yard drives.

Baseball. 1-2 players. Low to medium learning curve. Home run derby only, 10 pitches per player per game. This game is all about timing. There isn't much to it, but it manages to stay fun. Pitcher throws the ball, you swing. 10 times. Player with the most total home run footage wins. This is the game that gave me a sore shoulder for 2 days.

Football. 1-2 players. Target practice only, think of the QB challenge. Higher learning curve. You throw footballs at moving targets and get points depending on how far away the target is and how close the the bulls eye you get.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Mom on December 16, 2008
We have a Wii and our parents love to play when they are over. We thought of getting them a Wii but it seemed so much money should be applied to more practical things for them. When I came across this, I thought "What a great alternative--if it works" With the awesome price on Amazon, it seemed worth a try. This past weekend, we gave it as a gift to one set of parents and tried it out. WE LOVE IT!!!! Granted--there are a few differences. The biggest difference in function of course is that you can not add other games. Not a problem for us since they mainly like the Wii Sport games anyway and this comes with all those. Another difference is that you do not create a Mii for each player rather you choose from the player icons available. This seems a very minor difference especially given the huge difference in price!! One advantage is that it comes with sport remote holders that must be purchased seperately with Wii. This is an excellent choice for grandparents not interested in adding other games or for families mainly interested in Sport games!!! Awesome alternative!!!!!!!
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