List/Grid Tag Archives: gross motor coordination

neos

Neos 360 Accessible

Review Excerpt: This is a newer (2013) adaptation of the Neos 360 System from playground equipment manufacturer Playworld Systems. There are four models of NEOS systems: 360 Original ...
mazement

Mazement

Review Excerpt: This is a ball rolling maze game where you tilt your iPad in order to move from one level to the next. Along the way, you avoid holes and pick up items to score points. ...
sesametv

Kinect Sesame Street TV

Review Excerpt: We’ve all grown used to the notion of watching TV. Now it can watch you back, providing you have one of two Kinect titles — Kinect Sesame Street TV, or Kinect ...
nickdance

Nickelodeon Dance

Review Excerpt: This two-player movement program includes 30 songs that feature Dora, Diego, and the Backyardigans as models. It is easy for a second player to jump into the dance, ...
rush

Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure

Review excerpt: This Pixar-themed collection of movement games contains five multi-level games; each game is based on a different set of movie characters. You start by entering a Pixar ...
twister

Twister Mania

Review excerpt: After you log in using the innovative interface (you see yourself rendered inside the menu, and touch what you want), you choose which of up to eight players will play ...
dora

Nickelodeon Dance

Review excerpt: Content of this two player game for Kinect and Wii includes 30 songs that feature Dora, Diego, and the Backyardigans as models. It is easy for a second player to jump ...
cheer

Let’s Cheer

Review excerpt: To make the program, 2K Play told me that they used motion capture on professional cheerleaders, which adds a sense of realism to the models that you follow. If you ...
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Kinect Disneyland Adventures

Review excerpt: Created by Frontier (the same studio that made Kinectimals) Kinect Disneyland Adventures lets you move around a realistic 3D version of Disneyland. To walk, you point ...
dance

DanceDanceRevolution II

Review excerpt: After you plug in one or two mats into your Wii (for one or two players, or one player with two mats), you can choose from 80 music tracks that include classics and ...
puss

Puss in Boots: The Video Game

Review excerpt: We tried the Kinect version of Puss in Boots: The Video Game, and quickly became exhausted — in a good way — as we kicked, waved our arms, balanced, strummed ...
vacation

Go Vacation

Review excerpt: This collection of resort games takes place on a trip to Kawawii island, a virtual family resort. The game features co-operative and competitive events, and you can ...
panda

Kung Fu Panda 2

Review excerpt: In this game, you play as Po (a panda) and try to become a Kung Fu master by taking on enemies that vary in ability. This requires carefully timed punches and kicks ...
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Smurfs Dance Party, The

Review excerpt: This Wii-only, follow-along dancing program is based on the movie, The Smurfs. Content includes 20 dances, each with different sets of moves illustrated by a small squad ...
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Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do

Review excerpt: In this set of 20 carnival inspired games, you will leap into the air on a Rocket to Mars, catch coins on a roller coaster, twist your body in Crash Test Dummy, avoid ...
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Sonic Free Riders

Review excerpt: The first Sonic to have hands free controls, Sonic Free Riders lets you and another player (optional) go head-to-head on 30 tracks. As you score points, you can unlock ...
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Nickelodeon Fit

Review excerpt: Exercise games are plentiful these days, especially with the launch of the Sony Move and Microsoft’s Kinect. So what’s special about Nickelodeon Fit for ...
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Kinect Joy Ride

Review excerpt: Designed for 1 to 4 racers (in split screen mode, if necessary), Kinect Joy Ride is a classic driving simulation where you “drive” by holding an invisible ...
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Kinect Adventures

Review excerpt: This is the collection of 20 fast paced Kinect activities that comes bundled with the Kinect Sensor ($150). After you sign in and choose your profile, you pick an activity ...
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Fighters Uncaged

Review excerpt: This one-player game for Microsoft Kinect (required)features fights inspired by illegal free fighting tournaments to compete against opponents who are trained in different ...
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Deca Sports Freedom

Review excerpt: Ten fun, typical sports games come to Kinect, but are buried behind a frustrating setup menu. The sports include boxing, skating, skiing, tennis, snow boarding, volleyball, ...
masters

Dance Masters

Review excerpt: See yourself on the stage, as you try to keep up with a cast of experienced dancers in this dancing program. Content includes 30 tracks of music, each with a dance, ...
dance

Dance Central

Review excerpt: After you log in, choose a song and a difficulty level, you see yourself represented on the screen by a male or female dancer. Your goal is to follow along, copy-cat ...
disneyddr

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves

Review Excerpt: This $70 DDR bundle includes two vinyl dance mats that plug into your Wii. The mats work with two sets of Wii controllers (Nunchuks are required) so you can move your ...
BoomBlox

Boom Blox Bash Party

Review Excerpt: Building on the addicting nature of tossing pebbles at piles of blocks, this second edition of Boom Blox has twice as much content as last year’s game with some ...
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