Fitness Boxing Tops One Million Units Shipped - SalesWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 04 December 2020 / 1,746 Views
Publisher Imagineer announced the exercise rhythm game, Fitness Boxing, has shipped one million units worldwide. The figure includes digital sales.
Fitness Boxing released for the Nintendo Switch in Japan in December 2018 and the rest of the world in January 2019.
Here is an overview of the game:
Get off the couch and get moving with fun, boxing-based rhythmic exercises set to the instrumental beats of songs by popular artists, including Lady Gaga, Pitbull and Kesha. You can personalize your workouts by selecting from different fitness goals. Train your way, whether you’re on your own, with a friend, at home, or on the go! Now you can work out anytime, anywhere on the Nintendo Switch system!
Get down your boxing basics while getting down to instrumental versions of 20 unlockable hit songs, including “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO, “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepson, and “Sugar” by Maroon 5. Punch and squat while gripping the Joy-Con controllers to get your whole body moving—no additional gym equipment required!
Daily training ranges from 10 to 40 minutes and offers both Normal and Fast mode. The game software estimates your approximate BMI and daily calories burned so you can track your progress. Choose from a diverse group of trainers and customize their look with unlockable trainer outfits. As you progress, you can earn more songs and more challenging training circuits. If you prefer to work out with a buddy, you can use two sets of Joy-Con controllers or share a pair to enjoy working out cooperatively or test your skills by facing off against each other in a virtual ring!
- Work up a sweat with boxing-based motion-controlled moves set to rhythm-based workouts.
- Bop along to the instrumental versions of popular songs.
- Personalize workouts by selecting your fitness goals.
- Choose from short to long workouts to fit a variety of lifestyles.
- Play cooperatively with or competitively against friends and family in two-player local play with two sets of Joy-Con controllers or by sharing a pair.
- Play at home on the TV or on-the-go in Tabletop mode.
- Tracks your progress by estimating BMI and calories burned to help encourage healthy habits.
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