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About the product
- Kids tested approval by children and moms for age-appropriateness, fun factor and quality
- Over 30 games with your favorite Nick Jr. characters, including biking with Dora, river rafting with Diego, running with Kai-lan and jump rope with the Backyardigans
- Developed in collaboration with physical education and exercise science expert Dr. Jackie Goodway, Ph.D., game emphasizes heart health, cardio, strength building, balance, endurance and coordination
- Works with both the Balance Board and Wii Remote
- Ability for parents to program various exercise routines for their child and track their progress
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Nickelodeon Fit is the first fitness video game designed specifically for children for the Wii. It's a game so big it has all your Nick Jr. favorites: Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and the Backyardigans. They're getting together to promote exercise fun, achievement tracking and parent and child collaboration.
Nickelodeon Fit is a children's fitness game for Wii featuring Nickelodeon's favorite characters Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and The Backyardigans in one game. Packed with 30 scientifically developed and designed exercises that target a variety of fitness areas important for healthy physical development in children, Nickelodeon Fit is the perfect way for parents to ensure that their young children remain active as they are entertained by their favorite cartoon characters. Additional features include: Wii Remote and Wii Balance Board input options and play monitoring and customization functionality for parents to observe their children's progress and plan their exercise routine.
Keep Your Child Active with Nickelodeon Fit
Nickelodeon Fit is an exciting new way for parents to ensure that their kids are given every opportunity to stay physically active as they exercise and engage with their favorite characters Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and The Backyardigans in a fitness game designed for children.
A Wii exclusive that takes advantage of the console's overwhelming popularity with children, as well as its motion sensing technology, Nickelodeon Fit features 30 exercises woven into interactive gameplay, with each designed and developed in collaboration with exercise science expert Dr. Jackie Goodway. Exercises are continually demonstrated on-screen and are focused on a variety of areas important for the development of healthy young body, including: cardiovascular activity, core muscles, upper and lower body strength, balance, motor skill development and foot and hand coordination. Input for exercises is provided via the Wii Remote, as well as the Wii Balance Board (both sold separately), and the game also features functionality that allows parents to customize workouts to target specific areas that they feel need improvement and monitor their child's progress. Regardless of how it is played Nickelodeon Fit is a game that your children will love and that is good for them.
Key Game Features
- The first fitness game for children featuring Nickelodeon's favorite characters Dora, Diego, Kai-lan and The Backyardigans in one game
- 30 exercise games targeting cardiovascular activity, core muscles, upper and lower body strength, balance, motor skill development and coordination
- Jump rope with The Backyardigans, go river rafting with Diego, leap over hurdles with Kai-lan, pogo stick with Dora and much more including an all character relay race
- Works with either the Wii Balance Board or the Wii Remote
- Developed in collaboration with physical education and exercise science expert Dr. Jackie Goodway, Ph.D.
- Game tested by children for age appropriateness and exercise fun
- Parents can monitor the progress of their children and customize workout routines to focus on designated areas of improvement
30 fun, interactive exercises.
Balance Board support included.
Favorite Nick characters.
Progress tracking functionality.
Top customer reviews
My biggest complaint is that you have to hold the remote sideways and press the 2 button. My kids are used to the standard Nintendo brand games that utilize pointing at options and pressing A. Even though they can't read, they look for the prompts to play again, exit, etc. These Nickelodeon games are frustrating for that reason, but not the end of the world.
I played through the game in order to learn it to try to teach it to my daughter, who is a slow learner. I found that although the activities were dull, they were also rather challenging for me. I am no Olympic athlete, to say the least, but I can keep up with such games as Walk It Out for the Wii. This put me to the test. I think a young child trying it would be frustrated, although the many good reviews here mean I could be wrong.
I also felt like the game was unnecessarily slow, in terms of the time between activities. EVERY SINGLE ACTIVITY required a test of the balance board, and at least half the time, for some reason, it didn't register me standing on the board, and I had to start over. The activities were quite short, about a minute each, and if kids were getting their heart rates up and getting exercise, the slowdowns between games would cut the good effects of that a good deal.
I imagine this game does have an audience---it seems to. If you have a patient child who loves The Backyardigans or Dora or Diego, and who is fairly fit already, and who doesn't mind poor graphics, this might be fun. Otherwise, I don't think it would be.
The only draw back to it (an the reason for 4 stars) is it would be much better if it had more options for multiple players. The only options it gives for multi players is a running relay race and a set of mini exercises. It would be great if the mini games could be multi player as well. For the time being though we just play with one remote and have the kids take turns playing the mini games.
As far as the games themselves go, this is also just so-so. My three year old gets into them and can figure them out on his own. The six year old gets bored pretty quickly and ends up just playing the original Wii Fit game. Overall, I think we'll get some use out of this game, but it's not as great as we were hoping.