Thursday, July 15, 2010

Wii Game Giveaway!

The lovely folks at Jumpstart did it again! They asked me to review another Wii game for kiddos! I love these games! This one is called Get Moving: Family Fitness. It rocks!



You follow along with fitness expert and mom of 4, Brooke Burke. There are more than 15 sports challenges in 11 exotic arenas. Get Moving is the fun, new way to keep your family active!!!

JumpStart says: "Some key features in our new Wii game make it all the more exciting! You can design your own character to race and play, build customized routines for an extra challenge, compete head to head or play solo, play underwater, on a farm, in Egypt or in 8 other exotic locations, and access expert tips for more ways to stay healthy!"



It took me a while to get it hooked up (the kids lost the wii controller!) but once we did, the kids played literally for hours and yes, I did too. It is awesome. We had so much fun! It's a little easier to follow than some of the adult oriented games, which makes it fun for those of us who are incredibly out of shape and can't keep up with the Wii Fit game! (me!) Hope absolutely loved it. With her mild CP, it's sometimes a challenge to find something like this that she can enjoy, but she really liked the basketball game and moved on to some skating and liked that too.




I am giving away one of these wonderful games, so if you would like to try to win one, please leave a comment with your name, email address (must have a way to get a hold of you!) and tell me, out of the following, what is your favorite sport? Basketball, Volleyball, Football, Baseball, SpeedSkating, Boxing, or my favorite, Dodgeball. :-) Winner will be chosen at random on July 24th.... edited to change the drawing date to July 31st!



"Disclosure: I was provided with a copy of JumpStart Get Moving: Family Fitness at no cost by Knowledge Adventure in order to test the products' abilities and give my own personal opinions on it. The opinions I have given are mine and may differ from others but were not influenced by the company or the free product provided."
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