Summary: Its okay but a bit boring - lack of variety, compared to Fit Plus. Also the music can be monotonous. Instructions in German. If you're choosing a keep fit game, get Fit Plus instead. if you're getting this for a game, then get something with a lot more variety.
Summary: I bought this game as part of rehab/physio exercise for a 6 year old after surgery, I needed something that involved a lot of stepping so this sounded perfect. Even though the title suggests you 'step' to the beat you actually lift your heels up and put them back down again.. it's not a stepping motion at all.
Excerpt: "...to keen on. For every step you do you gets point you are walking around an island as a mii. The points you collect enable you to unlock a number of things on the island including street lamps, trees as well as more music tracks and bridges to other parts of the rainbows, you can also collect rainbow parts for free though not really sure what these achieve and thats the game. When you have had enough you exit and are then told your step count for the ...
Pros: Gets you moving
Cons: Soon lost interest, controls are tricky to master
Summary: I purchased this game with a "Competition Pro dance mat" after reading the review about using the balance board by just lifting your heels, I thought it would be better if I could lift my foot, so I went for the mat, the software worked with the hand controls and the balance board OK but the mat was greyed out, checked it on another Wii with the same result.
Summary: A different way of making exercise fun.Walking away the pounds while building up the island.The steps walked is marked then you can use them to build objects - These marked by capsules that tell you how many steps it takes to make them.Or you can save three capsules to build up when you want to.Good to add to a routine
Summary: "Paso al ritmo" esta es la traducción del juego de Wii del que os voy a hablar. Es un juego para la Nintendo Wii, para lo cual se utiliza el mando Wiimote, además de Nunchak, o la tabla de equilibrio o la alfombra. El juego está ambientado en una isla, donde aparecen algunos elementos, mientras que otros todavía tienen que ser desbloqueados. El objetivo del juego es precisamente eso. A cada objeto se le asigna un número de fichas requeridas.