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4/5/11 10:05 A

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Well, we didn't find it on the weekend, Future Shop said they had it in stock but it wasn't there. My daughter then saw a zhu zhu pet game and had to have it! It is less expensive than Nick Fit, but doesn't actually have any movement in it.
Oh well. We'll keep our eyes open for it, and maybe just order it online for her birthday.

On the positive side I did finally fine wii fit plus! Seems like a lot of fun and a decent work out as well!

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3/31/11 8:02 A

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it just went on sale at Amazon.com for 35.54 plus free shipping.

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3/30/11 8:18 P

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Hi, we bought the Nick Fit for our three boys 5,4,and almost two. They enjoy playing though I find the balance board can cause some difficulty for the middle boy (he's a bit of a fidget) the option is always there to use just the remote. Either way they get really involved and a great workout/exercise. We did rent the game before buying from the local Rogers/blockbuster maybe you could try that to be sure it's what you're looking for.

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3/30/11 10:04 A

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Great feedback. Toys r'us in Canada has the Nick Fit game $5 off this week so I may now seriously consider it!

I wish our local movie store has some of these games to rent that would make te decisions so much easier. I am quite intrigued by the walk it out game now, must investigate that!

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3/30/11 6:42 A

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It looks interesting, I'm thinking I might get it for when my nieces are over. They love the Nickelodeon characters, especially Dora.



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3/29/11 11:55 P

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yes, I saw the just dance for kids at Walmart and it seemed like it would be a good game, maybe better for me than the others too, cause I don't like some of the songs in the adult games. LOL

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3/29/11 7:54 P

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My friend has this for her 6 yo and 3 yo. really much better for the 3 yo. The balance board resets numerous times during the game and the phrasing for waiting to step on and waiting for it to calibrate is almost the same. My 6 yo enjoyed the nickelodeon fit, but I am not planning on investing in it.

The Just Dance for Kids the same friend has and my 2yo LOVES it!!! That is one that I am more likely to invest in,

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3/29/11 2:51 P

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my six year old grandson does like walk it out if I walk with him. I'm responsible for clicking the things he wants to "buy" with the points. teehee. He has his own persona so we walk on HIS game when he wants me to walk with HIM, and if he tries to join when I've already started and haven't gotten all my rainbow yet we walk in MY town. LOL

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3/29/11 12:10 P

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Thanks for the tip!

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3/29/11 11:45 A

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we keep thinking about the nick game for the kids (4 yrs. girl, 17 mo. boy, yeah, he's not quite playing yet.), but we have yet to get it either.

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3/29/11 11:38 A

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Walk It Out has mini games, but I've honestly never even looked at them, lol. It is primarily walking, but it's hugely popular on this team.

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3/29/11 10:56 A

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Thanks,

I have also looked briefly at Just Dance will take another look. Haven't looked at all at walk it out, does it have games? Sounds like it would just be walking. I'll investigate!

Amazin is where I found the Nick one, and they do really love it there, I might have to just do it and hope the kid likes it!

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3/29/11 10:53 A

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for kids...I'd recommend walk it out and just dance for kids

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3/29/11 10:42 A

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I've never played it (don't have kids), but Amazon reviewers seem to love it! Here's a link:
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3/29/11 10:33 A

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Has anyone seen the Nickelodean Fit game? My daughter (5) loves some of the wii fit games but they are a bit too tough for her - I looked at the reviews for the Nickelodean one and it looks good but it's pretty pricey so I was wondering if anyone has used it and has some opinions for me.

Thanks for any input you have. I am mostly a lurker here, we just got a wii last month, but am learning a lot from you all.

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