ya that game could get dangerous....i heard a nursing home in Flordia somewheres was
using it after a young janitor brought it in one day...all the elderly residents love to play bowling
on it and are using it for their exercise time....I think they said the oldest resident using it was
like 95 or something!
It is good exercise that is for sure. It is also a ton of fun and I am very glad to see a "video game" that gets kids up off the floor and couch to work something besides the thumbs
The bowling and boxing will make you work up a sweat The wrist band is a must....we had a little 6 year old friend almost toss his remote towards the tv but the band saved it and that was on the bowling game....
The not sure part is just in case if a member for example wanted to post something about Zelda II: The Adventures of Link and also Finances in the same post and he or she or they where not sure where to post such discussions, he or she or they can post in this thread instead of many times in...
While my grandparents were alive, their house was our family's reunion place. But since their death it's hard to get all the members in one place. Have you organized a family reunion in a non-familial location? How did it go?