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JumpStart Get Moving Family Fitness Sports Edition

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Good but not great collection of active mini-games.

Game Nintendo Wii 2010
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Among the growing number of active-gaming mini-game collections, JumpStart Get Moving Family Fitness Sports Edition falls pretty squarely in the middle. It's got some cute avatars and whimsical fantasy settings (Atlantis, a volcano, a castle, etc.) that give the whole experience an extra layer of fun. There's also something very comical in seeing a realistically depicted Brooke Burke interact with round-headed, big-eyed cartoon avatars. The games are a mixed bag -- some humorous and enjoyable, other less interesting and somewhat repetitive. But on the whole, this is a mostly fun game with an admirable mission.

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