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Oct 2011

Just Dance 3 Wii

Mar 2011

Activity Log Health and Fitness 3DS
Nickelodeon Fit Wii

Jan 2011

EA Sports Active 2.0 Wii

Dec 2010

Michael Jackson: The Experience Wii

Nov 2010

Vacation Isle Beach Party Wii
Family Party: Fitness Fun Wii

Oct 2010

My Fitness Coach: Dance Workout Wii
Dance on Broadway Wii

Jul 2010

Water Sports Wii
All Star Cheerleader 2 Wii

Jun 2010

Simultrainer PC
Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010 Wii
Fitness on PS3 Move and 360 Kinect
All Star Karate Wii MotionPlus
Everlast Weights and Platform Wii

Apr 2010

My Fitness Instructor iPhone
Cyberbike Wii
Gamercize Family Fit 360

Feb 2010

We Cheer Wii
Your Shape Wii

Jan 2010

EA Sports Active More Workouts Wii
101-in-1 Party Megamix Wii
Fritz Chess Wii

Dec 2009

The Biggest Loser Wii

Nov 2009

Wii-Fit Plus Wii
Buying Best Fitness Game

Oct 2009

Wii-Sports Resort Wii MotionPlus
My Fitness Coach: Cardio Workout Wii

Jun 2009

Wii-Fitness Round Up
EA Sports Active Wii

May 2009

Don King Boxing Wii

Apr 2009

My Fitness Coach Wii
jOG Wii

Mar 2009

Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party Wii

Jan 2009

Future of Exergaming
Cheaper than the Gym

Nov 2008

All Star Cheerleader Wii
Tetris Party Wii-Ware

Sep 2008

East meets West Fitness
Top 5 Wii-Fit Fallacies

Aug 2008

Are You Fit Enough to Lose Weight?

Sep 2007

Top 5 Wii-Fit Tips
Dance Dance Revolution Wii
Wii-Sports Tips
Fitness vs. Gaming Divide
Stealth Exercise
Exercsie For Fun?

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