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Not to be confused with Wii Fitness from Wii Sports, or Wii Fit U or Wii Fit Plus.

The first version of the Wii Fit box art. Notice that the game is rated T for teen. The reason for this is unknown.

Wii Fit is a fitness exercise game released on the 1st of December 2007 in Japan, the 28th of April 2008 in Europe, the 8th of May 2008 in Australia, and May the 21st 2008 in North America for the Wii.

Wii Fit is a combination of fitness, simplicity and fun. Designed for everyone, young and old. By playing Wii Fit a little every day, you, your friends, and your family can work towards personal goals of better health and fitness, and know more about body parts, or if you want to have fun, you can do so by playing with friends/colleagues.

The second version of the box art. Notice again that the rating is now on E for everyone.

Game Features

There are two main modes in Wii Fit. There is the Body Test and Training. In the body test, Wii Fit will measure your center of balance, and body mass index (BMI), then will give you two balance tests before determining your Wii Fit Age. In training mode, you can select one of 48 activities including yoga, strength training, aerobics, and balance games. In aerobics, we see the Mii Ray, who can talk.

Expansion Version

The sequel - expansion of Wii Fit, Wii Fit Plus, released in October 2009, features new activities and workouts and more.


List of Activities in Wii Fit/Wii Fit Plus

There is a total of 48 activities in Wii Fit divided into 4 categories: Yoga - Strength - Aerobics and Balance exercises. Some of these activities have different modes, such as a 2-Player version of running and more.


Wii Fit received generally favorable reviews according to Metacritic with a score of 80/100. (Citation needed)The highest critic score was from Pelit who gave it a 92/100 with the lowest coming from Game Revolution who gave it a 58/100. (Citation needed)The user scores were lower, with a score of 7.7. (Citation needed)